Monthly Archives: October, 2013

Litfuse Review: Gunpowder Tea by:Margaret Brownley

 About the Book: In a case that could change her career, Miranda uncovers a love that will change her life. When Miranda Hunt sees the classified ad for an heiress to the legendary Last Chance Ranch, she knows assuming the identity of Annie Beckman is the perfect cover. As one of the finest agents for the …

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Review: His Treasure by:Sheri Rose Shepherd

About the Book:If you have ever struggled to find a way to connect your heart to your heavenly Father, “His Treasure” is the book for you. In the tradition of Sheri Rose Shepherd’s bestselling His Princess series (with over one million in print) comes this book of beautiful “love letters” from God that will remind …

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Review: God’s Great Plan by:Melissa Cutrera

About the Book:The story of Creation, Fall and Redemption is the central narrative of the Christian faith. God’s Great Plan uses simple, memorable rhymes to teach this story to young children. This valuable resource helps parents, grandparents, ministers, and teachers to share the gospel with the children in their lives. The color artwork will spark children’s imaginations and …

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Review: An Amish Family Christmas by:Murray Pura

About the Book: After tragedy strikes the family of young Naomi Miller, her friend Rebecca Bachman does all she can to help. But things get complicated when Rebecca’s brother, Micah, returns from a combat tour in Afghanistan. For one thing, he chose to serve in the military even though he served as a medic and never …

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Gunpowder Tea | Enter to win a Kindle Fire & RSVP for “Tea with Margaret” on 11/7

Margaret Brownley‘s latest release, Gunpowder Tea, is receiving high praise, and she’s celebrating with a Kindle Fire giveaway and a “Tea with Margaret” Facebook party!   One winner will receive: A Kindle Fire Gunpowder Tea by Margaret Brownley Enter today by clicking one of the icons below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on November 7th. Winner will …

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Praying for the addicted | Enter to win a Kindle Fire and learn more.

  Watching someone you love self-destruct hurts. Sharron Cosby’s Praying for Your Addicted Loved One: 90 in 90 provides ninety devotions of strength, hope, and encouragement to families coping with addiction. Realizing you’re not alone in your struggles brings comfort and confidence to face day-to-day challenges. Sharron is celebrating the release of her book with a …

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CFBA Review: Greetings From The Flipside by:Rene Gutteridge

This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingGreetings from the FlipsideB&H Books (October 15, 2013)byRene Gutteridge ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rene is the author of seventeen novels. She also has extensive experience writing comedy sketches, and worked for five years as the director of drama for a church. She has a degree specializing in Screenwriting, for which …

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Review: Martyr’s Fire by:Sigmund Brouwer

 About the Book: Will this dangerous quest lead the outcast Orphan King toward an ancient secret—or to certain destruction? Posing as a beggar, Thomas escapes Magnus after fifteen men, who are calling themselves the Priests of the Holy Grail, arrive and take control of the castle through wondrous acts and apparent miracles. With the help of …

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Review: The Christmas Quilt by:Vannetta Chapman

 About the Book:Annie’s life is deliciously full as the Christmas season approaches. She helps her husband, Samuel, attend to the community’s minor medical needs. She occasionally assists Belinda, the local midwife, and most days, she finds herself delivering the buggy to her brother Adam. Annie s sister-in-law Leah is due to deliver their first child …

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Review: The War on Christmas by:Bodie Hodge(editor)

About the Book:Filled with family get-togethers, office parties, breaks from school, decorating the tree, and more, Christmas is a time of peace and love. So why has so much controversy clouded this sacred holiday? It has become ground zero in an ongoing culture war where Nativity scenes are mixed, Merry Christmas becomes Happy Holidays, and …

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