Book Review: The Essence of Joy by Lynn U. Watson

A Must Read! In The Essence of Joy, Lynn Watson intertwines Scripture with the uses of oils and spices mentioned in the Bible. I was left with a feeling of wonder, a new way of looking at God’s word. The book is educational, entertaining, and uplifting. There’s history, fun-facts, even recipes. The author brings devotionals to a new level, giving biblical insight to the problems modern women encounter today. The…

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Don’t Miss This: Season of Hope by Sara Jane Jacobs

  ABOUT THE AUTHOR: I began writing as a hobby while raising my two children. In 2015, I dusted off my stories and my dreams to see if I could turn my hobby into a career. My first story, Season of Hope, was inspired by summer vacations which always included a trip to Franklin, North Carolina, to visit family and explore The Smoky Mountains. When I’m not writing, I enjoy spending time with family.…

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Book Review: Connie Arnold’s A Symphony of Seasons

When I hear from author Connie Arnold, I sit up and take notice. She has the gift to not just write, but paint with her words. I can’t think of a lot of people who can do that. Connie has a new book out and it was my pleasure to review it. In addition, Connie was kind enough to allow me to pick her brain so we could all get…

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Get Some Couch Time with Jeannie Campbell, Character Therapist

Note: I double booked my blog today but promised to do this first. I will run this post for 12 hours and then after noon eastern, please come back to read about Susan May Warren’s My Foolish Heart blog tour and giveaway opportunity. I’m excited to be part of a blog tour like this. Jeannie Campbell, the Character Therapist, is promoting her new website and I wanted to let you…

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Book Review: Heather Munn/Lydia Munn Deliver with How Huge the Night

I’m a history fan and devour any book that sheds light on either the Civil War or WWII. When Litfuse had an opening for the WWII based novel How Huge the Night, I signed up right away. Heather Munn and Lydia Munn deliver a haunting look at the Nazi threat and eventual takeover through the eyes of teenagers.  Julien starts off wanting to see action and not really understanding the…

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