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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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  • August Book Release by Tara Randel
    Can you believe how fast the summer has gone by? It seems like yesterday that I was getting ready to launch this book and here it is! Can a love built on lies… …survive the truth? Serena Stanhope fears her … Continue reading →
  • Who Are Your People?
    A couple of weeks ago I heard a sermon in which the young pastor reminisced about My Space a bit. I do remember this social media platform, but I don’t remember the particular My Space feature he mentioned. He said … Continue reading →
  • Al Buchholtz
    Al Bucholtz called me this morning. At five a.m. He said he was Al Bucholtz, he was 82 and he had had a stroke. Interesting information, but I wasn’t sure why he was telling me all this. He said he … Continue reading →
  • The Straw Dilemma
    I like turtles.  I mean, who doesn’t?  But I like my straws too, and I’m struggling with the “no straw” rule that’s happening in California to “Save the Turtles.”  I mean, I recycle.  I’m earth responsible, but I want my … Continue reading →
  • The Gift of Freedom by Nancy J. Farrier
    I have a new release this month, a novella set in 1830’s California, Alta California. At the time Alta California was still Mexico. The Ranchero’s Gift, is part of my Land of Promise series, comes between Bandolero(Book 1)and The Ranchero’s Love(Book 2). Many people … Continue reading →
  • Blue Moon Rose
    As I have mentioned before, my husband has a green thumb. Last week I talked about the vegetable garden and fruit trees in our yard. But my husband also likes other trees, flowers, etc. The only thing he doesn’t like … Continue reading →
  • A Real Superwoman Sits Down by Julie Arduini
    When I was in my twenties, it was nothing for me to run around work and finish all my goals in a short time. It was fairly easy, despite severe PCOS, to manage a new home as a newlywed. I … Continue reading →
  • RESPECT! (By Hannah Alexander)
    Most of us who keep up with news might have seen a report about a nine-year-old child being butted into the air by a bison in Yellowstone recently. I saw the footage and was horrified. But I saw how close … Continue reading →
  • United We Stand by Vicki Hinze
    Let today be the day that Americans stand united for the Fallen and against violence and hatred in all its forms.   It begins with one.  One person.  One action.  One voice. Let it begin today with each of us. … Continue reading →
  • NORA’S REVIEW OF: American Omens
        American Omens By Travis Thrasher Published by: Multnomah Release Date: February 12, 2019 ISBN# 978-0735291785 352 Pages     TYPE OF BOOK:  Prophecy, Science Fiction, Mystery, Suspense, Drama, Futuristic, Christian Fiction   ABOUT THE BOOK:  This … Continue reading →
  • You Reap What You Sow
    My husband enjoys keeping a vegetable garden. Twice a year he will till up the dirt and then carefully place various seeds and plants in that dirt. Before too long, we will begin to see vegetables begin to grow. Some … Continue reading →
  • Letting Go
    Nothing good is likely to come from a conversation that starts with the other person calling me “immature, stupid, and ignorant.” Yet this was what G. alleged when he contacted me by email a little while ago. G. was responding … Continue reading →
  • Letting our babies go…
    No matter how far I get in my writing career, the hardest part is always letting your baby go.  Allowing someone to read and interact with what you’ve written.  They might tell you that your baby is ugly.  Or your … Continue reading →

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