You’re Already Amazing

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You’re already amazing. As women, isn’t that a concept that we really struggle with? I know I do. I’ve spent weeks and months studying to understand who God says I am. To understand my identity in Him and how to use who He created me to help others. Looking for a resource for women? @cara_putman recommends @holleygerth You’re Already Amazing…. …

CFBA Tour: Deadlock

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This week, the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance is introducing Deadlock by Diann MillsThis book had a bit of a slow start for me. The characters are richly layered and the action is pretty quick and stays well-paced. I guess it just took me a little bit to connect with the characters. The two are as opposite as can be. He likes …

CFBA Tour: The Bones will Speak

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Today’s tour is about a book I thoroughly enjoyed. It made the suspense reader in me happy. You can read my review below. ABOUT THE BOOK A killer with a penchant for torture has taken notice of forensic expert Gwen Marcey . . . and her daughter. When Gwen Marcey’s dog comes home with a human skull and then leads …

CFBA: Cold As Ice

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Cold as Ice Sydney Lane Press by M.K. Gilroy  I love books that take you inside the crime world with feisty detectives leading the charge. I’ve enjoyed each installment in MK Gilroy’s Kristen Conner series, and this one grew on mea as I kept reading. The plot is complex, with multiple characters telling the story from their viewpoint. That may …

London Tides: A Review

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This week, the  Christian Fiction Blog Alliance is introducing London TidesDavid C. Cook (June 1, 2015) by Carla LaureanoABOUT THE BOOK:  LONDON TIDES was a book that wooed me back over and over again because I had to know what happened between the characters. Grace is scarred by choices she made and things she has experienced as a war photographer, while …

The one Christmas tradition I “don’t” like

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Today my friend Melissa Tagg is posting about her most un-favorite Christmas tradition: I love lots of Christmas traditions: Classic Christmas movies. (Somebody posted a comment on Facebook the other day asking if she’s missing out by never having seen It’s a Wonderful Life. It was all I could do to stop crying and pull myself together before replying.) Christmas …

In Search of Simplicity – at Christmas?

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Today, my friend Courtney Walsh shares about finding Christmas simplicity — is that an oxymoron? Lately my seven-year-old, Sam has been asking me if Santa is real. It dawned on me today when he told me the Santa that visited his chapel at school was absolutely not real because he had black tape on his shoes (Impostor!), that he was at that …