Monthly Archives: April, 2014

Review: The Pelican Bride by:Beth White

 About the Book:It is 1704 when Genevieve Gaillain and her sister board a French ship headed for the Louisiana colony as mail-order brides. Both have promised to marry one of the rough-and-tumble Canadian men in this New World in order to escape religious persecution in the Old World. Genevieve knows life won’t be easy, but …

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CFBA Review: The Amish Groom by:Clark/Meissner

This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingThe Amish GroomHarvest House Publishers (April 1, 2014)byMindy Starns ClarkandSusan Meissner ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Mindy Starns Clark Mindy Starns Clark is the bestselling author of the inspirational Million Dollar Mysteries, the Smart Chick Mysteries, and three standalone mysteries, as well as the nonfiction books The House That Cleans Itself …

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Review: Get Your Teenager Talking by:Jonathan McKee

About the Book:Are you and your favorite teenager having too many conversations like this? “”How was school?””“”Fine.””“”Soccer practice?””“”Same as always.””“”Anything interesting happen today?””“”Nope.””“”Nice talking with you!”Let’s face it. Teenagers have a PhD in one-word answers . . . if we don’t ask the right questions. In this book, veteran youth expert Jonathan McKee shares 180 …

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Review Coobie Seamless Bras

About the Product:Coobie Seamless Bras are ultra comfortable and versatile without sacrificing style. These affordable, stylish bras are seamless, one-size (comfortably fits 32A through 36D), available in 7+ styles and 50+ fashion colors and patterns. There is also a full size version fitting up to a size 42D. They are perfect for every day wear, …

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Review: My Telephone Number Is…Single Release by:Genevieve Goings

 About the Product:Genevieve is releasing the first single “My Telephone Number Is” on April 22 from herupcoming solo album “Do you Know?” scheduled to be released June 3, 2014. Thealbum focuses on teaching pre-school FUN-damentals in her funky, cool, kid-friendlystyle. About the Artist:Genevieve Goings has spent 10 years teaching toddlers fundamental fun. From herdebut on …

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Review: Bible Revival by:Kenneth Berding

 About the Book:Bible Revival passionately explores why the Bible needs to be the single most important book in the Christian’s life–and how to make it so. Unlike most books about the Bible, Berding digs deep to uncover the motivations and distractions that keep Christians from engaging with the Bible as richly as it can. But …

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Review: Tani’s Search for the Heart by:Keith Egawa/Chenoa Egawa

 About the Book:Heartbroken over the loss of her beloved grandmother, Tani, a Native American girl of the Coast Salish people, remembers her grandmother’s parting advice to journey into the forest to search for “the heart of all things.” Not knowing if she will recognize the answers she seeks, but certain she must abide by her …

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Crossreads Book Blast for Amy von Borstel

Prayers of a Mother’s Heart: For a Chosen GenerationBy Amy von Borstel About the Book: If you knew that your prayers could change the lives and futures of your children or grandchildren, would you pray regularly? Prayers of a Mother’s Heart: For a Chosen Generation is a hope-filled resource for those desiring a life of …

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Review: Leaving A Legacy by:Garrett/Woodruff

 About the Book:A sobering statistic: For centuries 70 percent of family wealth has dissipated by the second generation, and 90 percent is lost by the third generation. It has nothing to do with taxes, economies, or cultures. It is the failure of families to transfer leadership and values to succeeding generations. About the Authors:DAN T. …

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Review:Jenny’s Choice by:Patrick E. Craig

 About the Book:In the concluding novel to the Apple Creek Dreams series, Jonathan and Jenny Hershberger are happily settled in Paradise, Pennsylvania on the farm Jenny inherited from her grandfather. But when a tragic accident takes Jonathan’s life, Jenny and her young daughter, Rachel, return home to Apple Creek, Ohio to live with her adoptive …

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