Category Archives: Christian fiction

A Trilogy with a Great Ending

Finally, the third and final book in Cindy Woodsmall’s “The Amish of Summer Grove” trilogy has arrived! If you have followed her other two books in the series (Ties That Bind and Fraying at the Edge), then Gathering the Threads … Continue reading

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Beautifuly and Masterfully Written Work of Fiction

From the very first page to the very last sentence, Egypt’s Sister by Angela Hunt is nothing short of a fast paced page turner. If you enjoy historical fiction novels that are loosely based on actual events and people with … Continue reading

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Can love span the farthest shores

Being rescued from a childhood of hard knocks, Jenny Bennett had a deep-seated desired to help others; what better place for a lady with some grit, due to her past, to help others, than as an army nurse. While performing … Continue reading

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A Gripping Book from the First Page

You know you’re in for a good book when from the very first page you’re pulled in and eager to turn the page to find out what happens next! The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green does just that … Continue reading

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Romance, Suspense, and Mild Humor lay within this book

For the folks in Pine Gap, Missouri in 1885, life is pretty ordinary. They have their town mayor, postmaster, the usual outlaws, a sheriff who is partially afraid to do his duties at night, and a band of mysterious men … Continue reading

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Friendship that Span the Years and Distance

Leona always wanted a sister. Until she was in 6th grade, it was always just her parents, her brother, and herself; then a new family moves to the community and brings with them a girl Leona’s age, Gloria. From the … Continue reading

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A Fiction Novel that will Minister to You

“But the point is that we have to be willing to obey (God) and follow Him, even at a great cost to ourselves and to the things we love.” (Waves of Mercy, Lynn Austin, pg. 163) Growing up as a … Continue reading

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