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. Advertisements

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The Noble Guardian

I’ve read another book earlier in this series, Brentwood’s Ward, but didn’t read the second book in this series for some reason.  The Noble Guardian still worked as an (almost) stand-alone.

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Who I Am with You

Who I Am with You by Robin Lee Hatcher is the first book in the new Legacy of Faith series, and the most recent book I’ve been sent from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild.  I read it in a day.

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White as Silence, Red as Song

White as Silence, Red as Song This is another recent release that I received from Thomas Nelson and Zondervan’s Fiction Guild.  It was compared to John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars, and I could see the similarities.

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The Orphan’s Wish

Today on the blog my sister is sharing about a new release that she read! 

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honeysuckle dreams

honeysuckle dreams by Denise Hunter is the second book in the Blue Ridge Romance series, following Blue Ridge Sunrise, which you can read my review of here. 

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The Weaver’s Daughter

As promised last Wednesday, today I’m back to give you some information on the other book I received from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild last month.  This week’s book is The Weaver’s Daughter by Sarah E. Ladd.

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Together Forever

Together Forever by Jody Hedlund is the second book in the Orphan Train series, the sequel to With You Always, which you can find my review of here.  While I suppose this book could work as a stand-alone, it will make more sense if you read book 1 to get background on the characters: who they are […]

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The Lost Castle

The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron was not what I had expected when I started it, but it was wonderful.  I had not looked into what the story was about, or even read the back of the cover, so I did not realize that it was a split-time story.  Now, if you’ve followed me for […]

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