Monthly Archives: July, 2013

Review:Rainbow Panda and the Firecracker Fiasco

About the Book:It’s the eve of the Asian New Year and all the animals are getting ready for the big occasion. They are sweeping, cleaning, planting flowers, writing on ribbons, and preparing food. Rainbow Panda looks forward to the fireworks display but wants to create his own fireworks show. He sets a plan in motion …

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Review: The Knitting Fairy by:Jaime Marsman

About the Book:The Knitting Fairy about a dejected librarian turned novice knitter who finds herself caught in a mysterious knitting scandal. The cast of variegated characters will keep you laughing as the intricately woven chain of events unwinds. The mystery will have you hooked all the way to the end.  About the Author:Since the age …

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Review: Trouble In Store by:Carol Cox

 About the Book:Fired from her most recent governess position, Melanie Ross must embrace her last resort: the Arizona mercantile she inherited from her cousin. But Caleb Nelson is positive he inherited the mercantile, and he’s not about to let some obstinate woman with newfangled ideas mess up all he’s worked for. He’s determined to get …

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Review: Dragonwitch by:Anna Elizabeth Stengl

About the Book:Who Will Dare to Face the Dragonwitch? Submissive to her father’s will, Lady Leta of Aiven travels far to meet a prospective husband she neither knows nor loves–Lord Alistair, future king of the North Country. But within the walls of Gaheris Castle, all is not right. Vicious night terrors plague Lord Alistair to …

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Review&Giveaway:Alone Yet Not Alone by:Tracy Leininger Craven

 About the Book:  The Leininger family settled deep within America’s new frontier in the Blue Mountains of Pennsylvania. A sudden Indian raid changed their lives forever. This story retells the heroic and daring escape of Barbara Leininger, and the touching reunion with her sister, Regina, after nine years. It also gives us an endearing portrayal …

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Review:Ragged Hope by:Cynthia Ruchti

 About the Book:It is one thing to live with the consequences of your own choices, but what happens when your life is changed because of someone else’s? This insightful and uplifting guide will comfort, support and encourage you through whatever situation you must face. Cynthia Ruchti, who has walked this road herself, assures readers that …

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Not Just ANY Points Earning Club……

   I’m no stranger to the points earning sites. I have enrolled in most of them. But the Tyndale Rewards program offers so much more of an opportunity to earn points and you can redeem those points for awesome Tyndale products. Sign up is free and you can do so at this link. Read below …

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Litfuse Review: Rosemary Cottage by:Colleen Coble

About the Book:The cottage by the sea offers Amy a refuge to mourn her brother’s death and perhaps even discover a new love. But what if Ben’s death was no accident?Rosemary Cottage on the Outer Banks of North Carolina has been in Amy Lang’s family for generations and offers her a haven within its peaceful …

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Litfuse Review:Anomaly by:Krista McGee

 About the Book: Thalli has fifteen minutes and twenty-three seconds left to live. The toxic gas that will complete her annihilation is invading her bloodstream. But she is not afraid. Thalli is different than others in The State. She feels things. She asks questions. And in the State, this is not tolerated. The Ten scientists who …

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Review:The Journal by:Beth Harlow

 About the Book:A young Confederate soldier is given a journal as he departs for war in 1861. The little book soon falls into the hands of another and another and another. The journal travels all through the war, crossing battle lines several times and presenting thoughts from both sides of the war. Each soldier who …

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