Norris Dam State Park by Sara L. Foust

Norris Dam State Park Sara L. Foust   Norris Dam State Park is one of the beautiful state parks I live near. We are blessed to have many here in East Tennessee, and several of them are mentioned or visited in my writings. My heroine, Kat, visits Norris Dam while searching for clues on her treasure hunt in my debut novel Callum’s Compass. This park means a lot to me.…

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Book Review: The Unexplainable Church by Erica Wiggenhorn

Finally, a Bible study that goes deep… Frustrated with the watered-down, “light” Bible studies that are all too common, Erica Wiggenhorn wanted to write a study that went deep. She wanted to take readers verse-by-verse through a whole book of the Bible, offering theological and historical comments in each lesson while remaining practical and relational. The Unexplainable Church is the result, and it offers readers two great takeaways. It will teach…

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Book Review: Lady Blues: Forget-Me-Not by Aaron Paul Lazar

Book Description: Past and present collide when an Alzheimer’s patient’s fragile memory holds the key to solving mysteries dating back to World War II—including a long lost secret love affair. Music professor Gus LeGarde is just doing a favor for a friend when he agrees to play piano for church services at a local nursing home. He doesn’t expect to be drawn into a new friendship with an elderly Alzheimer’s…

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COTT: Clash in the New Year with these New Releases

Over the following week, Clash of the Titles is featuring five, brand spanking new inspirational novels. Each of the below novels has been on book store shelves for about a month; each is a slightly different genre. Which one calls you? Take a moment to browse, then, using the voting box below, let us know which you’re most likely to read first. Happy browsing! VOTE from Now until next Wednesday…

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Titanic Reads

If you enjoy history like I do, April 14th is most likely on your radar. Its been 100 years since the Titanic sinking and bookshelves and screens will be full of stories, commentary and re-enactments. It’s tragic, and yet it is one of those events I can’t get enough of, learning the tidbits and details. Sorting fact from fiction. Learning from many mistakes—from pride and arrogance to how to treat…

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