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The Four Doors

The Four Doors Richard Paul Evans’ writing is remarkable, especially so when he speaks with the intention of inspiring and encouraging the reader.  The Four Doors began as a quick talk he gave and evolved over ten years into a message that gives hope in every circumstance.  Having struggled through a childhood of undiagnosed Tourette’s…

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The Four Doors

Richard Paul Evans’ writing is remarkable, especially so when he speaks with the intention of inspiring and encouraging the reader.  The Four Doors began as a quick talk he gave and evolved over ten years into a message that gives hope in every circumstance.  Having struggled through a childhood of undiagnosed Tourette’s Syndrome, a suicidal mother and financial difficulties, Evan’s speaks firsthand about four doors to a fulfilling life.

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Fear Nothing

Fear Nothing If you are looking for a read that you will not want to put down, that leaves you wanting to keep the lights on at night, Fear Nothing fills the bill.  Follow Detective D.D. Warren through a serious injury, unable to return to work, going through pain management and meeting a therapist who…

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Fear Nothing

If you are looking for a read that you will not want to put down, that leaves you wanting to keep the lights on at night, Fear Nothing fills the bill.  Follow Detective D.D. Warren through a serious injury, unable to return to work, going through pain management and meeting a therapist who can feel no pain.  Include a serial killer, or two, and you have the makings of a story that will leave you hungry for the next chapter.  Really enjoyed this latest D.D. Warren suspense!

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Letters From Home

Letters From Home Last week we highlighted, “The Pieces We Keep” and having enjoyed it so much, I right away picked up “Letters From Home” by the same author, Kristina McMorris.  This book was sparked by letters between Kristina’s grandmother and grandfather during wartime, when she asked the question, “What if the letters had contained…

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Letters From Home

Last week we highlighted, “The Pieces We Keep” and having enjoyed it so much, I right away picked up “Letters From Home” by the same author, Kristina McMorris.  This book was sparked by letters between Kristina’s grandmother and grandfather during wartime, when she asked the question, “What if the letters had contained untruths – how would that relationship end?”  From those thoughts emerged Kristina’s first novel –  a great read!  You’ll enjoy this – now I can’t wait to read another from McMorris!

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The Pieces We Keep

The Pieces We Keep This is the first book I have read by author Kristina McMorris and I will be picking up her others. McMorris moves between past and present in an easy flow winding the stories of a young boy with night terrors and a young couple’s love during the time of World War…

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The Pieces We Keep by Kristina McMorris

The Pieces We Keep

This is the first book I have read by author Kristina McMorris and I will be picking up her others. McMorris moves between past and present in an easy flow winding the stories of a young boy with night terrors and a young couple’s love during the time of World War II.  This fabulous historical fiction romance will keep you turning pages as the story develops and will leave you wishing for more as you complete the last chapter.  http://www.kristinamcmorris.com/

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Starry Night

Starry Night With Christmas this week, there is no better time to enjoy a Debbie Macomber Christmas Novel.  You will love this delightful trip to the Alaskan wilderness, as you join columnist Carrie Slayton in her hunt for the story that will boost her career, an interview with the reclusive author, Finn Dalton.  Will Dalton…

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Starry Night

With Christmas this week, there is no better time to enjoy a Debbie Macomber Christmas Novel.  You will love this delightful trip to the Alaskan wilderness, as you join columnist Carrie Slayton in her hunt for the story that will boost her career, an interview with the reclusive author, Finn Dalton.  Will Dalton meet with her?  Will Carrie get that interview?   Why does Finn desire to stay hidden away in Alaska?   You will find all these answers and much more in the Christmas story of Starry Night.

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