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We are Christians who both read and write Christian fiction. The goal for this blog is to talk about the books we read and about our spiritual journeys. So you’re just as apt to read a review or comments on a book–fiction or non-fiction–as you are to read a devotional or inspiring quote or about daily Christian life in our posts. On the weekends, we post about writing and welcome guest bloggers. It is our hope to build a community where we can interact, discuss matters of importance to us, encourage, share and lift spirits.

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  • Lessons From a Writer's Retreat by Nancy J. Farrier
    This past week I attended my first ever writer’s retreat. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but had an idea of what I hoped for. I wanted time to write, to get a decent start on a new book idea … Continue reading →
  • NORA’S REVIEW OF The Love Letter
        The Love Letter By Rachel Hauck Published by: Thomas Nelson ISBN#987-0310351009 352 Pages Clean Wholesome Romance, Hamilton, Chloe, Jesse, Revolutionary, Hollywood, Time Slip, Historical, Contemporary     NORA’S REVIEW: Outstanding! Rachel Hauck’s best novel so far. This time-slip … Continue reading →
  • Perfect Love by Bridget A. Thomas
    Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. Many people around the globe will celebrate by giving their loved ones sweets, flowers, or cards. Depending on what country you are from, it might be a day strictly for lovers, or it might also be … Continue reading →
  • How We Did It by James R. Coggins
    A little while ago, my wife and I quietly celebrated our 41st wedding anniversary. Many friends our age and many people at our church just accepted this milestone as a normal part of married life. The week we were celebrating … Continue reading →
  • Ladies Only, Please (by Hannah Alexander)
    I never thought I’d be posting this message at this stage in my life. I mean, many of us are no longer in our teens or twenties. Some of us are much older, and would never dream that we might … Continue reading →
  • Christians Read: Reader Appreciation Contest by Vicki Hinze
    At Christians Read, our authors work hard to make sure you get quality content to read in our articles. And we appreciate your reading our work very much every day. To celebrate that appreciation, we’re sponsoring a Reader Appreciation Contest. … Continue reading →
  • Replace Stress With Peace by Bridget A. Thomas
    Stress is a reality of life. We all will encounter stress from time to time. Unfortunately we often allow stress to get the best of us. But we don’t have to. We can replace stress with peace by using five … Continue reading →
  • Recalibrating by Julie Arduini
    Recently I listened to a live worship experience where the drummer was on one page and the rest of the band was on another. When I explained it to my son, a drummer, I said it was like the one … Continue reading →
  • A Day Off by Tara Randel
    Right now I’m in-between books. During a break like this, I enjoy a day off to regroup and be inspired by the world around me before diving into a new project. Last week, my daughter and I went to Epcot’s … Continue reading →
  • ROMANTIC MOMENTS by Yvonne Lehman
    ROMANTIC MOMENTS … consists of 57 stories, written by 43 authors, of those special feelings, romantic relationships and true love. The literary genre, Romance (which about 30 of my 59 novels are labeled), is often referred to as being Happily-Ever-After … Continue reading →
  • Surrender by Bridget A. Thomas
    Something I feel the Lord has been laying on my heart lately is the word “Surrender.” Full surrender to Him. As Christians we might think we have given God full control of our lives. But often this is not the … Continue reading →
  • A Darkness More Than Night by James R. Coggins
    “You don’t go into the darkness without the darkness going into you,” Michael Connelly says in his novel, A Darkness More Than Night. It is one of the very interesting and highly successful murder mysteries Connelly has written. In this … Continue reading →
  • It’s That Time Again (by Hannah Alexander)
    You know how you feel when the winter weather has let up for a few days and there are signs of warmth? I know, I know it depends on where you live. For instance, if you live in the far … Continue reading →

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