The Curse of Misty Wayfair: an unexpected mystery

The Curse of Misty Wayfair¬†written by Jamie Jo Wright is a fictional mystery with added elements of faith; but is unlike what I typically select to read. Ghosts, insane asylums, curses… just not the themes I am usually drawn to. The cover alone is a very unique design for me to select. However, I knew […]

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Mending Fences: Amish Fiction Review and Giveaway

Even my husband noticed how quickly I completed this story. Mending Fences by Suzanne Woods Fisher had the components of traditional Amish fiction that I love so much, but with an interesting and more contemporary twist to the story of Luke Schrock. We learn quickly that addiction had ruled Luke’s life, but he has fought […]

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Made For This: Workbook Review

“She had me at hello.” If ever that phrase was pertinent it’s now, in reference to Jennie Allen’s new book¬†Made For This: 40 Days to Living Your Purpose. From the very introduction, an anecdote about Sarah, to the beautiful layout and workbook format I found this book drawing me in. This would be a wonderful […]

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Ladies of Intrigue: Fiction Review

I love historical fiction, but I am not usually drawn to short vignette or novella type stories. I also prefer a good old fashioned series that has like 100 books in it so I can really grow attached to the characters and get invested in their lives. Ladies of Intrigue by Michelle Griep does not […]

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