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On 10/24 Katrina Roets wrote: Ahh Christmas...and Amish fiction...and novellas... What better way is there to get yourself in the mood for the upcoming holidays? None that I can think of. With two of my favorite authors in this book, I couldn't say no to reading and reviewing it. I'm happy to report that I have zero regrets. What ... Book Review: An Amish Second Christmas
On 10/24 Faith Farrell wrote: Dust, dirt, earth, clay. We're made from it. We know the basics of this scientifically- human bodies are built with the same elements that the earth is composed of. (Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen, Calcium, Sodium, Iron....) We also know it instinctively- we talk about having "feet of ... Beloved Dust....
On 10/24 kaebostic wrote: Community. It's something we crave. Something we long for. Something that my church is so committed to, it's one of our core values. So when I was give the chance to review "Lean on Me" by Anne Marie Miller through Booklook Bloggers, I jumped on it expecting an everday guide to how to do community differently. ... Community. It's something we crave
On 10/24 Alia Newell wrote: In 1810 in England, Lady Alethea Sutherton is beyond the age of courtship; however, she has in her possession a strange violin. Since women of high society cannot play the violin in public, she hides her passion and practices alone until someone becomes interested in her violin and endangers her family. ... Prelude for a Lord