Author Archive: asimplelifereally

Review: The James Code by:O.S. Hawkins

About the Book:The James Code  helps believers go from knowing about God to living for God. Bestselling author of The Joshua Code and The Jesus Code, O.S. Hawkins is back with a new book that is all about putting your faith into action. The James Code is practical, personal and action-packed straight from one of …

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Review: 40 Days of Decrease by:Alicia Britt Chole

About the Book:We ache deep within to meaningfully honor Christ’s resurrection. Yet, in practice, this focal point in the liturgical calendar is often a celebration of public holiday more than it is of humanity’s hope. At day’s end, we fall asleep well-fed and perhaps even grateful, yet still somehow something short of awed. Enduring awe …

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CFBA Review: Soul’s Prisoner by:Cara Luecht

This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingSoul’s Prisoner(WhiteFire Publishing (December 15, 2015))byCara Luecht ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A Word from the Author: I never planned to be a writer. In fact, it took me a while to finish college. But I did, and here I am. And I now I can’t imagine not being a writer. By …

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Review: Risen by:Angela Hunt

About the Book:A Powerful Novelization from Bestselling Author Angela HuntEpic in scope, yet deeply personal, this novelization offers a unique perspective on the story of the resurrection. Roman Tribune Clavius is assigned by Pilate to keep the radical followers of the recently executed Yeshua from stealing the body and inciting revolution. When the body goes …

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Review: The Peaceful Wife by:April Cassidy

About the Book: medianet_width=’300′; medianet_height= ‘250’; medianet_crid=’178441427′; http://contextual.media.net/nmedianet.js?cid=8CU22YP55 In today’s world, women are often rewarded for having type A personalities. Driven, demanding women achieve higher positions, better salaries, and praise for their ambition. They learn to be confident, take-charge leaders who can handle anything on their own. Yet when it comes to their marriages, those …

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Litfuse Review: Blue Ribbon Trail Ride by:Miralee Ferrell

About the Book: medianet_width=’300′; medianet_height= ‘250’; medianet_crid=’178441427′; http://contextual.media.net/nmedianet.js?cid=8CU22YP55 Thirteen-year old Kate and her friends came up with the perfect way to raise money for her autistic younger brother and others to attend summer camp—a horse scavenger hunt! As local businesses donate money and prizes, Kate keeps the entry fees in her mom’s antique jewelry box. …

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Review: From the Pen of Pastor Paul by:Daniel R. Hyde

About the Book:We hear about it regularly: pastors resigning the ministry, people leaving their churches, churches splitting because of internal discord, and Christians fighting against one another. Paul’s letters to the Thessalonians open up his pastoral heart and theology in a way that addresses contemporary churchlife, and here Daniel Hyde presents warm exposition with careful …

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Review: Doodletopia Cartoons: Draw, Design, and Color Your Own Super-Fun Cartoon Creations by:Christopher Hart

About the Book:An interactive doodle book from a best-selling art instruction author and cartoon master that pairs illustrating insights with drawing, designing, and coloring activities for aspiring artists. Welcome to Doodletopia! Your first stop in this paradise of creativity? The world of cartoons. Your tour guide Christopher Hart is ready to introduce you to the …

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Litfuse Review: Keeper of the Stars by:Robin Lee Hatcher

About the Book:She blames him for her brother’s death. Can she let go of resentment and open her heart to love? Penny Cartwright found it difficult to understand why her younger brother would choose to join a country singer’s band rather than return to Kings Meadow after college . . . and the separation strained …

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Litfuse Review: If I Run by:Terri Blackstock

About the Book: medianet_width=’300′; medianet_height= ‘250’; medianet_crid=’178441427′; http://contextual.media.net/nmedianet.js?cid=8CU22YP55 Casey knows the truth. But it won’t set her free. Casey Cox’s DNA is all over the crime scene. There’s no use talking to police; they have failed her abysmally before. She has to flee before she’s arrested . . . or worse. The truth doesn’t matter …

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