Book Review–The Chapel Car Bride, by: Judith Miller****

ISBN 9780764219054 Ms. Miller’s Christian romance begins slowly due to back story and a late introduction of the hero, but reading about Hope, the chapel car minister’s daughter and Luke, a miner who is training to become a minister was an entertaining treat. Their pre-ordained commitment to each other is complicated by Kirby, the son of […]

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BOOK REVIEW—Long Time Gone (The Cimarron Legacy Book #2), by Mary Connealy, ****

This book is a sweet romantic historical western set in 1880 Skull Gulch, New Mexico. Don’t you love the name of that town? Although I enjoyed this read immensely, I recommend reading the series chronologically. In the beginning, several characters are somewhat disassociated. But once past that barrier, I was hooked. Ms. Connealy skillfully wove […]

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Book Review: The Mark of the King, by Jocelyn Green

Book Review: The Mark of the King, by Jocelyn Green**** Bethany House (Historical Fiction) Ms. Green’s descriptions transport you from your recliner to the hot, humid, oppressive, muddy, unwelcoming terrain of Louisiana in August with ease. “The settlement was a study of brown and green: muddy trails spiked with weeds, rust-colored cypress dwellings topped with […]

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Writing Influenced My Life

“I am participating in the Writing Contest: How Writing Has Positively Influenced My Life.  Hosted by Positive Writer.” I’ve always envied those who have always known what path their lives should take.  I admired their focused determination, their unflagging belief and their progression on nothing more than blind faith.  Opinions of naysayers are only a […]

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