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Click here to purchase your copy. About the Book Book title: A God of All Seasons Author: TH Meyer & Amy Breitmann Release date: August 28, 2017 Genre: Non-fiction “What if your spiritual life landed in the grip of a … Continue reading
ANNOUNCING OUR WINNER!!!!! PLUS ANOTHER GIVEAWAY COMING UP!! Savurbks Congratulations! You won the random drawing!! I will get in touch with you, to get your information, later today. I am doing a different giveaway next week. I will attempt … Continue reading
I will be posting a review every day this week! I apologize in advance, as I know last week was the same. I also know, I’m adding to everyone’s TBR. However, I’m on several authors’ street teams, and a lot … Continue reading
#ReadChristmasinJuly Welcome to our last Christmas in July story! Publisher’s Summary During colonial times, John and Anna settle in an Ohio village to become Moravian missionaries to the Lenape. When John is called away two days before Christmas to help … Continue reading
I received a wonderful Christmas in July present! I was nominated for One Lovely Blog Award by His Perfect Timing! Thank you so very much! I am so honored. The Rules: • Thank the person that nominated you and provide … Continue reading
Welcome to the 2017 Christmas in July Reading Challenge. Hosted by A Simply Enchanted Life. This challenge runs from July 1, 2017-July 31, 2017 How the Christmas in July Reading Challenge Works: Choose your goals for the month of July. … Continue reading
Publisher’s Summary In a small town in Idaho’s idyllic wine country where the past looms large, can two people realize their individual dreams for the future . . . together? Abandoned once too often, Brooklyn Meyers never intended to return … Continue reading
Memorial Day originally began with little fanfare after the Civil War when many areas began paying tribute to the more than 600,000 fallen soldiers. Initially, it was known as Decoration Day. Women of the South began a tradition of placing … Continue reading