To Best the Boys

Three weeks in a row, I’m on a roll with these book review posts! 🙂 Advertisements

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Romanov

In a unique, fantastical perspective on the history of the Romanov family, Nadine Brandes weaves a story of romance, magic, intrigue, and danger for young adult audiences.  If you love history and fantasy, this may be the novel for you!

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The Memory House

Today on the blog I’m sharing the latest book I’ve gotten from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild, Rachel Hauck’s The Memory House.

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Until the Mountains Fall

All right, I’m back today with my review of a book by an author who has quickly become one of my favorites.  Right off the bat with her debut novel in 2016, she drew me into her world of biblical fiction, a genre I had previously not generally liked.  I’ve read every book of hers […]

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More Than Words Can Say

I finally, actually, had time to read a book this week! 🙂 So I’m back with a book review of a cute, historical fiction novel releasing this June from Karen Witemeyer.

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Becoming Mrs. Lewis

This 400 page book is a beauty! I recently received it from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild and have been admiring it’s cover and black and white maps on the first and last pages of the book.  I know we’re not meant to judge a book from it’s cover, but this cover is […]

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Freedom’s Light

Freedom’s Light by Colleen Coble is one of the latest books I’ve received from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild.  I haven’t been a huge fan of Coble’s in the past, but I enjoyed this novel.  I love historical novels and have read several centered around lighthouses, so this fell within my sweet spot […]

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Searching for You

Searching for You by Jody Hedlund is the third book in Hedlund’s “Orphan Train” series.  In this series, Hedlund takes an interesting perspective on this historical phenomena, following the perspectives of three German immigrant sisters and how their lives in America were all touched by the orphan trains of the Children’s Aid Society.

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Devotional Journaling

I’ve always been one to write in a journal–my oldest journal dates back to when I was seven years old and just starting to write.  I’m a fairly organized person, so each journal sort of has a different purpose–one for writing events and hopes and how I feel in, and one for prayers and church […]

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