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Fierce Convictions — by Karen Swallow Prior

The Extraordinary Life of Hannah More – Poet, Reformer, Abolitionist Hannah was born in 1745 and lived to be 88 years old. We don’t hear much of her, which is very surprising, due to the vast amount of change she brought to England. Born… Continue Reading “Fierce Convictions — by Karen Swallow Prior”

Ever After

by Anya Wylde Only .99¢ HERE!! Anya Wylde has written some wonderful books. Usually they are centered around the Regency time period. They are full of the most delightful characters that make you laugh out loud. In this novella, she has written a fantasy,… Continue Reading “Ever After”

My Heart Stood Still

by Lori Copeland Once again, Lori brings us a light, fun book. Anne-Marie is a high spirited girl that has been thrown in the path of a Crow Indian and a black man during the Civil War. The story takes place in Texas, so… Continue Reading “My Heart Stood Still”

Patriots, Redcoats & Spies — by Robert J. Skead w/Robert A. Skead

Part of the American Revolutionary War Adventures Series, this young adult book focuses on twin boys needing to deliver a message to George Washington. Their father was shot and it is up to John and Ambrose to get the job done. This is a… Continue Reading “Patriots, Redcoats & Spies — by Robert J. Skead w/Robert A. Skead”

Stealing from God – (Why atheists need God to make their case)

by Frank Turek This is a book that every college student should have. Wait, let me rephrase that. This is a book that everybody should have. Frank Turek is incredibly informed and detailed when talking about the different arguments for atheism vs. theism. In… Continue Reading “Stealing from God – (Why atheists need God to make their case)”


by J. Paul Nyquist Link to buy in pic ^ “Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials…” James 1:2 “The verb used means we are to make a deliberate, conscious and careful decision to experience joy even in the midst… Continue Reading “Prepare”

The Last Heiress

by Mary Ellis This is the first book I have read by Mary Ellis and I was enraptured throughout. Amanda Dunn travels from her homeland of England to North Carolina during America’s final days of the Civil War. She is sent to procure more… Continue Reading “The Last Heiress”

Spy of Richmond

by Jocelyn Green History buffs: TAKE NOTICE! Wow. If every fictional novel had this much history in it, we wouldn’t need school! Jocelyn does an incredible job of intertwining fictional and real characters in this story about the last years of the Confederacy. Sophia… Continue Reading “Spy of Richmond”

American Sniper

by Chris Kyle w/Scott McEwen and Jim DeFelice Click on pic to get the book ^ With all the hype around the awesome movie that just came out, I wanted to read the autobiography that Chris Kyle wrote. I’m surprised I haven’t read it… Continue Reading “American Sniper”

Wicked Women: Notorious, Mischievous, and Wayward Ladies from the Old West

by Chris Enss Oh my goodness! Can I just say how much fun this book is? It’s full of stories about the wild women from the Old West! You always hear about Wild Bill, Pistol Pete, Doc Holliday and others…It’s not so often that… Continue Reading “Wicked Women: Notorious, Mischievous, and Wayward Ladies from the Old West”