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What’s So Great About Christian Romance . . . Even If You’re Not the Religious Type?

Greetings!  Lee Tobin McClain here, urging you to give inspirational romance a try, even if it’s not your usual fare. Why? Here are six reasons. Without the sex,…

Review: Michael’s Angel (Friendship Heirlooms, Book 2) by Karen Weisner

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: The angel in this story is Michael’s next door neighbour, LeeAnn Wagner. Since he was a child, he has been told that he…

Review: In the Garden of Thoughts by Dodinsky

Reviewed by Karin Illustrations by Amanda Cass. It was given to me by LRP for review. I’m not quite sure who Dodinsky is, but his Facebook page is…

Self-publishing: Have a Game Plan

Guest blog by K. Victoria Chase, author of Alejandro When I was ready to publish my fifth novel, I knew I had to do it myself. There are…

Review: Home by Karen Wiesner

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Noted for her Christian Romance titles, Karen tells the tale of Della Flynn who hates being in the same city, Chicago for so long…

Review: Accused (Pacific Coast Justice Series, Book 1) by Janice Cantore

Reviewed by Susan S. Accused is a powerhouse of suspense! Summary: Pacific Coast Justice Series-Book One As a law enforcement officer, C. Edwards, has always upheld the law…

Review: Shards of Ashley (Family Heirlooms Series, Book 5) by Karen Wiesner

By Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer No one likes to compete with anyone in their household, do they? Ashley has to, and she doesn’t like it one bit, as…

Review: Glass Angels (Family Heirloom Series, Book 4) by Karen Wiesner

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer In the fourth of her Family Heirlooms Series, Karen has brought us Samantha Samuels under a difficult set of circumstances where she has…

Review: Foolish Games (Family Heirloom Series, Book 3) by Karen Wiesner

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer For Peter Samuels life isn’t the bed of roses he thought it would be. Not when his wife had succumbed to the brain…

Review: Tout Sweet by Karen Wheeler

by Karin , guest reviewer from Savvythinker I expected Tout Sweet to be similar to Eat, Pray, Love, but it was a kind of wannabe in my book….

Get into Bed with Leanna Ellis (Author Interview)

This author interview with Leanna Ellis is conducted by Sharon S. Sharon: How much of a departure from your normal writing was Forsaken? Leanna Ellis: Hi, Sharon! Thanks…

Review: Shadow Boxing (Book 2) by Karen Wiesner

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer In an unfortunate set of circumstances, Justine had the responsibility of taking care of her fatally ill father, and as she had no…

Review: Baby, Baby (Family Heirloom Series, Book 1) by Karen Wiesner

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer Many women, if you ask them would have loved to have married their childhood sweetheart, as memories of school and having fun, being…

Review: A Bride Most Begrudging by Deeanne Gist

Tobacco brides were sent by The Virginia Company of London to the Virginia colony where men could buy the brides with 150 pounds of tobacco leaves. In the…

Review: Kit Austen’s Journey by Libby Sternberg

by Marcia, guest reviewer Kit Austen has a very big secret.  Secrets do not come naturally to her because she is normally a very honest, open person but…

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