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Notes From The Tilt-A-Whirl

Notes From The Tilt-A-Whirl

On 1/31 Dawn Nichols wrote: "Notes From the Tilt-A-Whirl" by N.D. Wilson is a celebration of language . It is written in a format that combines stream of consciousness with poetry and drama. Wilson views the world as a work of art created by God, the Artist, and he delves deeply into various subjects and topics from the point ... Reviewing "Notes From the Tilt-A-Whirl" by N.D. Wilson

Dawn's Rating:

3 Stars

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Secretly Smitten

Secretly Smitten

On 7/14 Dawn Nichols wrote: "Secretly Smitten" by Colleen Coble, Kristin Billerbeck, Denise Hunter and Diann Hunt is a series of 4 romance novellas set in the town of Smitten, Vermont. Each novella is written by a different author but the stories all intertwine beautifully and include many of the same characters. Here's a synopsis ... The Perfect Beach Read

Dawn's Rating:

4 Stars

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An Amish Kitchen

An Amish Kitchen

On 2/11 Dawn Nichols wrote: "An Amish Kitchen" is a collection of three charming novellas written by Beth Wiseman, Kelly Long, and Amy Clipston. The book also includes a reading group guide and a collection of 45 (very tasty looking) Old Order Amish recipes. Each story's main character is an Amish woman living in Paradise Pennsylvania. ... A Fun Read

Dawn's Rating:

5 Stars

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Twelve Unlikely Heroes

Twelve Unlikely Heroes

On 1/3 Dawn Nichols wrote: John MacArthur's book "Twelve Unlikely Heroes" is comprised of in-depth character studies of 12 important biblical people. From Joseph to James, MacArthur takes a look at each of these unique people in a way that makes them even more real and human to the reader. None of them were perfect, all of ... "Twelve Unlikely Heroes" Book Review

Dawn's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Truth About Forgiveness

The Truth About Forgiveness

On 8/23 Dawn Nichols wrote: Does anyone really want to forgive? Or admit that we need forgiveness? Whether we’re giving or receiving, forgiveness is hard. It seems unfair. It feels unnatural. And as best-selling author and pastor John MacArthur demonstrates, forgiveness apart from Christ is unnatural. It is only as we understand ... A Worthwhile Read

Dawn's Rating:

4 Stars

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