Deadly Proof by Rachel Dylan #giveaway 5 winners

Disclosure: Litfuse sent me this book as part of the blog tour. Opinions shared are mine.

As a fan of Lisa Scottoline’s legal thrillers, I really enjoyed Rachel Dylan’s Deadly Proof.  Set in Atlanta, this story gives the reader a peek into the inner workings of a corrupt pharmaceutical company.  It’s all Erin Brockovich kind of stuff, with hunky Landon James as a good side character.

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I’m Not a Scaredy Cat, The Delusion, and Killman Creek mini book reviews

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My husband and I have been binge-watching The Great British Baking Show lately, so my reading time is constantly interrupted by images of sweet treats.  We really need to find a new show that burns more calories. Thankfully, the books I’ve been reading lately are fat-free.

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Rule of Law by Randy Singer

Disclosure: I received this book from Litfuse Publicity. Opinions shared are mine.

I’m thinking of having some shirts and posters made, declaring “Randy Singer for President.”   For those who love TV shows with a government setting, the political thriller Rule of Law is a gold mine of reading material!  [Read more…]

Hope Toler Dougherty’s ‘Rescued Hearts’ Blog Tour and Kindle Giveaway

Disclosure: I participated in the book tour for Rescued Hearts and received a free copy of the book. Post contains affiliate links; opinions shared are mine.

It’s always fun to find a new author, and Hope Toler Dougherty is like the pot at the end of the rainbow! In her book Rescued Hearts, she builds a strong case for the saying, “A good deed never goes unpunished.”  What started with a kitten’s rescue turns out to be a lot more sinister. [Read more…]

Many Sparrows by Lori Benton book review

Disclosure: I received this book free from Litfuse. Post contains affiliate links; opinions shared are mine.

His eye is on the sparrow…and I know he watches me.  ~Civilla D. Martin

 

For a long time, I had a pretty little blue sparrow phone case.  Whenever I saw the case, it reminded me that God doesn’t miss even a sparrow that falls.  When my life seemed to revolve around money, material things, or the future, that little sparrow reminded me that God has taken care of my needs, even before I knew of the problem.  The belief is in my heart, but sometimes my brain has trouble remembering it!  Sometimes in books, our characters have to learn that lesson, too.  It’s no surprise that Many Sparrows was in God’s hands all along, but try convincing his mother Clare of that!   [Read more…]

Home All Along by Beth Wiseman #giveaway book tour

I’m so glad I was selected to participate in the blog tour for Home All Along by Beth Wiseman. This is such a sweet story!  Though I received an advance copy of the book for free, opinions shared are mine. Post contains affiliate links – if you make a purchase, I may earn a small commission.

About a year ago, I read Love Bears All Things and was introduced to Charlotte, Daniel, Hannah, and the rest of the characters in the series.  In Home All Along, Charlotte’s story gets even deeper.  When she has the chance to reconnect with a sister she’d forgotten (Andrea), Charlotte is faced with a whole new load of troubles.  [Read more…]

My Reader Rewards Club + book #giveaway ends 10/15 US

In August I told you about the changes coming to Tyndale Rewards.  It’s now the My Reader Rewards Club and offers even more ways to earn points.  In the past few weeks, I’ve been able to redeem for 3 new books.  I’m giving one US reader the chance to use up to 75 points in the October Book of Choice giveaway (thanks to Flylef for hosting!) [Read more…]

The Memory of You by Catherine West #giveaway

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Remember when the world of chick flicks was rocked by Under the Tuscan Sun? Here’s a similar story of hope, the one that reminds us of the power we all hold within our girlish hearts.  The Memory of You by Catherine West features a smart but broken Natalie who stands at the crossroads of her privileged life.

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My Daughter’s Legacy by Mindy Starns Clark & Leslie Gould

Disclosure: I received this book for review; opinions shared are mine.

I’ve always loved the written word.  My earliest memories include sitting in our family’s huge papasan chair, snuggled in the soft cushions, reading The Poky Little Puppy with my mom.  When I learned to read, it was like windows to the world opened!  I’ve experienced some losses in the past year, with the passing of both my father and grandfather.  They each left behind a brief but precious record of their lives in journal form.  Though the journals weren’t completed, it was nice to hear just a little bit from these two men who helped me grow up.  It’s a written document that creates a legacy.

In the book My Daughter’s Legacy by Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould, the written word becomes a powerful way to access the past.   [Read more…]

A Letter from Lancaster County by Kate Lloyd book review

Disclosure: I received this book from Litfuse group. Opinions shared are mine.

Family dynamics are a tricky matter.  Everyone has “that person” in their family…unless they are “that person.”   It was something I didn’t realize until adulthood.   As a child, I was used to covering family secrets and hiding what was going on at home.  It was normal to give vague answers when someone asked about my dad or brother.  Even now, I don’t like to visit my home state of Kentucky because of the bad memories it brings.  In the book A Letter from Lancaster County, author Kate Lloyd touches on the tender relationships that sometimes haven’t healed, even after years and years.

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