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Captive Dreams Window began as a blog primarily devoted to life. Now, I mainly do book reviews, however, on occasion, I will provide a thought-provoking post.

I am a prolific and AVID reader and love to blog/review books I’ve read. Most of these books have been graciously provided free. I generally review Christian books. Periodically I am asked to review other books.

I am a grandma who is constantly searching GOD’S will for her life with help from her family plus a constant large menagerie of pets. Ever striving and frequently failing, we want to become “buddies” with the Lord.

JEREMIAH 29:11

Love my family and Christ!

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  1. Thank you for choosing to share your time with me through following my blog. I hope it encourages you in your growing relationship with the Lord. If you find any of my posts appropriate for your blog, feel free to use them anytime. Thanks again for your support.

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  3. Hello! I found you on Goodreads. I am a Christian writer looking for people to review my novel “The Bread of Angels.”

    Here’s the back cover text:

    Meghan Martins walked into the cosmetology school and straight into the path of Becky Ellingson, her husband’s ex-girlfriend. Twenty minutes later Meghan raced out of Hair Nation with half her head highlighted and the reality that her husband was not who she thought he was. He had a son, a bank account, and jobs to provide child support which she knew nothing about.

    Meghan thought she’d find clarity by running away, but she found the truth to be far more distorted than she imagined. Everyone was hiding something. And everyone, it seemed, was struggling to maintain the notion that they were somehow better than someone else.

    It would take counseling, a good Bible study and a whole lot of tea to get Meghan Martins and her husband Ben back on the same page. Meghan would come to realize she was hiding just as much and was just as capable of creating damage as her husband.

    Tragedy, controversy and a new understanding of the human condition await Meghan in the tiny town of Oronoco, MN, but so do adventure, hope and witty friends who bring meaning back to her life.

    Please let me know if you are interested. Thank you for considering!

    Amber​

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    • Amber, thank you for contacting me! I feel honored.
      I would be willing to read and review your book. I am booked into late May, early June. I have a few spots (like today!) that are freed up due to unforeseen reasons. If you don’t mind my not being able to read it right away, or that I reserve the right to not review it (with the understanding that I will let you know why), then I’d be honored to read your book.
      I read the intro on Amazon and it sounds like an interesting story. It looks as if it is very relevant to some lives in today’s society.
      My email is robbyefaye (at) g mail (dot) com, if you would prefer to email me.
      Thank you again for contacting me!
      Blessings~

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  4. I’ve been following your blog for a while, and I wanted to ask if you’d be interested in reviewing my first book, Faith’s Journey, that was published earlier this year. I’d be happy to send you a copy if you are. I apologize for approaching you in this way, but I didn’t see a contact link on your page.

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  5. Hi Robbye: I found your blog on Goodreads in the Christian Bloggers thread. Do you enjoy biblical fiction? I’m giving you the link to the first four Sample Chapters page for Martha’s Sister Beloved Prodigal. Of course the hope is that you might like to review the book but it’s not required.

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    • Thanks for the suggestion. I have never been a sci-fi fan. However, my son got my husband and I to read Ender’s Game…so I will check it out. Right now I am fully booked with reading/reviewing until sometime into the new year, so it may be awhile before I can get to it. Thanks for the suggestion.
      I am glad you are doing well!
      Blessings~

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    • Nice meeting you, too!
      Thank you. I have more people that dislike the blog name, than those that like it, so I appreciate those kind words very much!
      Looking forward to reading more of your blogs, too!
      Blessings~💖

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  7. Hi Robbye
    Firstly, I wish to take this opportunity to thank you in person for all the sharing of my posts at EsmeSalon.
    This is a personal invitation to come and join us next week and every coming Monday through to Friday and share a post link here with us at Senior Salon. Thanks for your visit/s to my blog and looking forward to reading your posts

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  8. I am so blessed by your reviews! Praise God for using you! I am a new blogger, trying to inspire women with a small “dose” of inspiration, thank you for reading my posts. I want to write a children’s fiction Christian book and don’t have a clue of where to start, new venture for me. Can you offer information as to getting a publisher, illustrator… steps to take in getting started. Kind Regards, ritashavers@yahoo.com

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