Transforming for a Life Worth Living by Sue A. Fairchild

Transforming for a Life Worth Living By Sue A. Fairchild When I chose to quit my office job back in 2014, I thought it was simply because God wanted me to be a writer and an editor, not an insurance agent. I longed to read words all day long, not ponder over legal documents and settle claims. What I didn’t expect was how God would use the next several years…

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Julie Arduini’s Favorite Book of 2014

Each year I have fun looking back at the books I’ve read and choosing a favorite. Earlier this week I shared the favorite fiction and non fiction books I read for 2014. Today I share a book I reviewed this year, but it was released in late 2013. I wasn’t sure what it was about and I thought it was a genre I probably couldn’t relate to. I still can’t…

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Book Review: Fistful of God by Therese Travis

She’s never taken a drink, but she’s recovering from alcoholism all the same. After the death of her father, teenager Aidyn Pierce spends all her time cleaning up her mother’s messes. So when Mom announces she’s getting sober, Aidyn doesn’t believe her. Mom has tried before, and Aidyn knows there will come a time—a day, a week, maybe even a month from now—when the cravings will be too much, and…

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Now Available: Forager, Dystopian Novel, by Peter R. Stone

I have a confession. For the longest time, I didn’t know what dystopian meant. But freedictionary.com defines dystopia as this: An imaginary place or state in which the condition of life is extremely bad, as from deprivation, oppression, or terror. So when Peter R. Stone contacted me to let me know his novel, Forager, is now available, I knew what kind of novel he’d written. And Dystopian is a hot…

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COTT: Edna in the Desert by Maddy Lederman

For all those who need to unplug from our high tech world, Clash of the Titles presents a novel about reconnecting with those dearest to us, about turning off the cellphone and living in reality. Although written from the perspective of a new teen, Edna in the Desert applies to all ages. About Edna in the Desert: Edna is a precocious trouble-maker wreaking havoc at her Beverly Hills school. Her…

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Book Review: Betsy St. Amant’s Addison Blakely: Confessions of a PK

Last week I said although it wouldn’t be fair to books releasing later this year, I could be ready to announce my favorite books of the year. The non fiction book I loved was I am Second. Today, I can’t wait to tell you about Betsy St. Amant’s Addison Blakely: Confessions of a PK. Sixteen-year-old Addison Blakely has tireless played the role of PK—preacher’s kid—her entire life. But after Wes…

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