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Introducing Christian Suspense Author Rachel Dylan

I’m excited to announce a new feature here at the Christians Read Blog. Each month, we will be introducing you to a different Christian author. This month, we’re happy to have Christian Suspense author Rachel Dylan with us to tell us a … Continue reading

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True Fiction by Hannah Alexander

I once was told by an editor that when a true story is written into a novel, it was called factionalization. My dictionary tells me that’s not a real word, but it fits for me. I recently read a rich … Continue reading

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When Books Become Personal — Judith Miller

As I mentioned in my last post, I truly love researching history. While writing my last series, Refined by Love, I populated the books with characters who reflected a bit of my own Scots-Irish heritage. After doing some searching, I … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Oscars by Julie Arduini

It’s been over a week since the Oscars and people are still talking about the jaw-dropping end to the show when during La La Land‘s acceptance speech they were interrupted and told they did not win. Moonlight was the real … Continue reading

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The Mountains Are Calling…

As a child, I grew up loving to go to the beach. Every vacation my family went on had to be to the beach…until one year when my husband and I visited the mountains. That was it. So long beach. … Continue reading

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BROKE… at Christmastime! by Yvonne Lehman

On December 12, I became literally broken – physically. Then I discovered the truth in 1 Corinthians 12: 12, 26 (NLT): “The human body has many parts, but the many parts make up only one body… If one part suffers, … Continue reading

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What it means to Pursue Righteousness

I’ve always wanted to play the piano. Except I’m tone deaf. And have never had lessons. I’d love to be fit and strong. Except I hate weight training. I’d love to speak French fluently. Or Russian. Or even Greek. Only I’ve … Continue reading

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14 Days to Finding Freedom Through Surrender by Julie Arduini

If you’ve read my posts for any length of time, you know my heart is to follow God’s call. It’s never a straight line, and often I’m up too late, scratching my head, asking Him, “Are you sure you want … Continue reading

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Something New: New Release by Mary Alford

This month, I have a brand new release out from White Rose Publishing called Grace And The Rancher. At the heart of the story, is the belief in second chances. From God and from each other. Sometimes, we get so … Continue reading

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A Little About Me… by Judith Miller

I am extremely excited to be a new member of the Christians Read blog and hope that I’ll soon become acquainted with many of you subscribers. For those of you who don’t know anything about me or my books, I … Continue reading

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Spoiled Children Don’t Grow by Julie Arduini

It seems like so many people I love are in a holding pattern, circling the runway to promises fulfilled. As a parent, I underestimated how shattering this would be. When the kids were little, their safety and prayer they would … Continue reading

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Lessons From Frozen…

Unless you’ve living in total isolation for the past few years, you’ve probably heard of the Disney movie Frozen and the hit song that came from the move entitled, “Let It Go”. All three of my granddaughters loved the movie, … Continue reading

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Romantic Suspense to Love

by Elizabeth Goddard As you might know, I write romantic suspense and that, because I love to read the genre. What could be more exciting than a handsome hero and a spunky heroine thrown together in a fight for survival … Continue reading

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Unmet Expectations by Julie Arduini

The last time I posted, I shared that my word for 2017 is transformation. I mentioned the different ways I thought it would play out, and already I’m seeing in some ways I was right on track, and others, not … Continue reading

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New Beginnings

New beginnings are everywhere around us. Some are small. Some aren’t. Each day is a new beginning. And just recently our country had a new beginning. We swore in a new president. Our personal life is filled with new beginnings … Continue reading

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