Monthly Archives: April 2015

Wednesday’s Words

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Monday’s Mention

Gone Fishing by Janice Thompson is novella two of the trilogy Biloxi Brides which was originally published under the title Sugar and Grits. Sassy Hatchett, widow and owner of Sassy’s Bait Shop, has an acerbic tongue, and most of the … Continue reading

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Friday’s Fiction

Melanie Dickerson’s newest novel, The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest, will keep you on the edge of your seat and turning pages until you finish the book! An enjoyable story, it is modeled after Robin Hood and Swan Lake according to … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Words

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Monday’s Memo

I am having another eye procedure done on Tuesday. Friday I will post a review and start a giveaway. The giveaway will run until the 30th of April. More details will be available on Friday!  

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Friday’s Film

Pure Flix Entertainment, the company that produced God’s Not Dead along with many other Christian themed movies, has written and produced a new movie called, Do You Believe? The movie has a long list of stars, to include Mira Sorvino, … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Words

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Tuesday’s Tale

A String of Murders,  (Christian Cozy Mystery) (A Dressed for Death Mystery Book 2) by Darlene Franklin picks up approximately six months after Gunfight at Grace Gulch (Christian Cozy Mystery) (A Dressed For Death Mystery Book 1). Cici Wilde, owner … Continue reading

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Monday’s Mention

Together With You by Victoria Bylin begins with every parent’s nightmare; their child is missing. Dr. Ryan Tremaine, an ophthalmologist and single father, has custody of all three of his children for the summer.  His oldest son, Kyle, needs equipment … Continue reading

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Friday’s Fiction

When Grace Sings: A Novel (The Zimmerman Restoration Trilogy Book 2) by Kim Vogel Sawyer begins with a discussion between reporter Briley Forrester and his boss, Len. After reading a local newspaper article about Amish-Mennonite living and the joy the … Continue reading

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