Cultivate: a book review

I am a gardener. I didn’t really know that until around 2009 just after I was married and had my own home with a small spot of land. My instincts kicked in and I wanted to make the house a home. As I walked the yard I began to picture what I wanted. I started […]

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His Guilt: an Amish fiction review and GIVEAWAY

  His Guilt by Shelley Shepard Gray Did not disappoint. When given the chance to join this book tour with Litfuse Publicity group I jumped at the chance to read an Amish Fiction book by this New York Times best selling author. But I realized quickly it was the second in a series called “The […]

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The Captains Daughter: a review

The Captains Daughter by Jenifer Delamere is an engaging and exciting start  to the “London Beginnings” series.  The Bernay sisters are a promising and dynamic trio that will lead the story in several very different directions.  As the story unfolds you read about Rosalyn Bernay and Nate Moran.  I won’t give this exciting love story […]

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Never Unfriended: a modern reality and a review

Lisa Jo Baker did a phenomenal job creating a practical book to help those who are needing to develop friendships, go deeper in existing relationships, may find themselves lonely while in current, seemingly good friendships, or who are feeling isolated. I appreciated that she addressed people in all phases and provided Scriptural examples and encouragements […]

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Devotions from the Kitchen Table: A Review

Devotions from the Kitchen Table by Stacey Edwards is one I picked up because my parents’ kitchen table changed my life. And it changed, and continues to change, the lives of so many people. I have a love for “the table” and have written about it often here on Inspiration Clothesline. After reading the book […]

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A Love So True: book review

  A Love So True is the second installment of the Teaville Morale Society series by Melissa Jagears.  And truth be told when given the opportunity to review this book and after having read the description I went and checked out the first one for my library and read it in a matter of days […]

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The Magic of Motherhood: book review

  This book, The Magic of Motherhood, by Ashlee Gadd is so perfectly titled. Magic is so elusive and uncertain, just like Motherhood. It is enthralling, can be exhausting (especially when trying to figure it out), and wholly engaging – mind, body, and spirit. The essays in this book address each of these key components […]

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