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My Ripped Pants and Your Shame by Julie Arduini

Spongebob Squarepants has played in our home for close to 20 years. Of all the crazy episodes out there, my husband and son say their favorite is the one where Spongebob rips his pants. It’s comedy gold for those two. … Continue reading

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Nora’s Review of: Far Side of the Sea by Kate Breslin

  Far Side of the Sea By Kate Breslin Published by Bethany House Release Date: March 5th ISBN: 978-0764233111 400 Pages       Genre: Historical Christian Fiction, Romance, Suspense Pigeons, WWI     About the Book: In spring 1918, Lieutenant … Continue reading

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Nora’s Review of SHE WALKS IN POWER

          She Walks in Power By MaryLu Tyndall Published by Ransom Press ISBN# 978-0—7-167139 Release Date August 30, 2016 322 Pages Genre(s):  Fantasy, Historical Christian Fiction, Romantic     NORA’S REVIEW:  I was hooked by this … Continue reading

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Healing Scars by Bridget A. Thomas

There is a Cuban food truck in my town. My husband and I go there once in a while for a delicious Cuban sandwich. There is usually a man doing the cooking and a woman who takes the orders, gets … Continue reading

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NORA’S REVIEW OF: The Delusion

      The Delusion By Laura Gallier Published by Tyndale ISBN#978-1-4964-2236-1   Amazon   Nora’s Review: Okay, Confession time. I’m chicken little when it comes to seeing scary movies and books. I would have never chosen to read a … Continue reading

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A Real Superwoman Sits Down by Julie Arduini

When I was in my twenties, it was nothing for me to run around work and finish all my goals in a short time. It was fairly easy, despite severe PCOS, to manage a new home as a newlywed. I … Continue reading

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United We Stand by Vicki Hinze

Let today be the day that Americans stand united for the Fallen and against violence and hatred in all its forms.   It begins with one.  One person.  One action.  One voice. Let it begin today with each of us. … Continue reading

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The Art of Forgiveness by Vicki Hinze

  We’ve all been wronged, and we’ve all wronged.  One would think that would make the art of forgiveness easier, and yet it is something most still resist.  We tend to remember every infraction against us, but to forget every … Continue reading

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INDEPENDENCE DAY! by Vicki Hinze

Independence Day By Vicki Hinze Independence Day is on the near horizon. On Monday, we’ll gather with family and friends and neighbors. We’ll picnic and grill. We’ll watch fireworks explode, maybe shoot off some ourselves, and celebrate the day off … Continue reading

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Never Swap Horses in Midstream…unless it’s a Good Horse by Suzanne Woods Fisher

So many American folk sayings are attributed to Benjamin Franklin or Abraham Lincoln. “Never swap a horse in mid-stream” is credited to Honest Abe, though it’s actually from an old joke that made its rounds in the 1840s. Here’s how … Continue reading

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One Incident Changed Everything by Vicki Hinze

Can one incident change everything?  Your whole life? It can, and does for many. It did for Dr. Dana Perkins, a psychologist who taught Kindergarten because that’s where she felt she could do the most good for the kids.  Dana is … Continue reading

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Breaking Down Barriers by Vicki Hinze

  As a writer, for years, I was told essentially to “color within the lines.” Make no mistake that is solid advice for those seeking to build a career.  Readers read a book by you and they expect more of the … Continue reading

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Did History Class Bore You? By Lyn Cote

History class often left out the “stuff” I find fascinating. How did events affect the people living then? History is just the story of life. I always end every historical with a Historical Note that tells the reader what was … Continue reading

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Share Your Story? by Yvonne Lehman

Ever had a mishap in the kitchen? The stories in book #10 of the Moments series are hilarious (except at the time they happened!) The articles in these books are written by accomplished authors and writers who never wrote anything … Continue reading

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What Really Matters by Vicki Hinze

  Life throws a lot at people, and it starts immediately. As we grow and learn, it’s amazing how much we soak up like sponges and grasp. We learn what to do, what not to do. What to say and … Continue reading

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