Monthly Archives: January 2015

Friday’s Fiction

The Discovery Saga Collection: A 6-Part Series from Lancaster County (The Discovery – A Lancaster County Saga), by Wanda E. Brunstetter, was originally released as a monthly serial over the course of six months.  All six stories, 1:  Goodbye to … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Words

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Friday’s Fiction

An Amish Family Christmas: Heart of Christmas\A Plain Holiday (Love Inspired) by Marta Perry and Patricia Davids is a book with two novellas about Christmas. Heart of Christmas, the first novella is, by Marta Perry. Susannah Miller was the teacher … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Words

As it gets closer and closer to the anniversary of my Dad’s death, the closer and closer I get to losing it. I spent the last few weeks with him in the rehab center in Kansas. He had left to … Continue reading

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Misletoe Monday

Love at Mistletoe Inn: A December Wedding Story (A Year of Weddings Novella Book 1) by Cindy Kirk is, as the parenthetical section describes, book one of A Year of Weddings Novella. The story has an intriguing premise:  Hope Prentiss, … Continue reading

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Friday’s Fiction

Sheltered by an Angel’s Wing by Katherine Pasour, is an exciting book full of intrigue mystery and lots of Biblical insights. The book is divided into three spine-tingling stories following the unplanned adventures of Emily Ratliffe. Emily, a college professor, … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tale

In keeping with carrying on the Christmas/better economy(?) cheer, I am posting several reviews of Christmas stories. The first story is one I read and blogged about over 4 years ago and is still an enjoyable story! Being unfamiliar with the … Continue reading

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Saturday’s Silly

One day two good friends, a Jewish rabbi and a Catholic priest, were at a picnic.  The priest, enjoying a ham sandwich, said to his friend, “This ham sandwich is really delicious. I know you aren’t supposed to eat ham, but … Continue reading

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Prayers for France

John 16:33 (KJV)  33 These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.  I am so very sorry to … Continue reading

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Thursday’s Truth

We’re into the beginning of the second week of the New Year and as I ran across these verses in my devotions today, I thought this should be part of my New Year’s Goal-to be less judgmental. Matthew 7:1-5 (KJV) … Continue reading

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