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Comment by Lucinda Weeks on May 1, 2014 at 10:59pm

The Adulteress Volume one of the Women who met Jesus series

It is an exciting action packed historic Christian fiction novel based on the woman in the Bible who was caught in the Act of Adultery and brought before Jesus. 

This story is filled with the unexpected and is exciting to read. The book brings glory to Jesus Christ as the Messiah.

The book is available through Amazon Kindle for just $0.99

More titles in the Women who met Jesus coming soon.

Comment by Mary Collins on April 29, 2014 at 8:34pm

Ray of Hope by Vanessa Davis Griggs illustrates hope always exist when God is in the plan, even when grappling with teen issues. Seventy-five-year-old Ma Ray places God front and center as she fights for her granddaughters, Sahara and Crystal. Fiesty, no-nonsense Ma Ray determines to reverse the directions of her granddaughters’ lives, after her daughter, in exasperation over the girls’ behavior, send them to stay with her for the summer. The girls soon find out after their arrival, Ma Ray, coupled with her faith, is a force to be reckoned with.

Comment by tickmenot on April 26, 2014 at 11:15pm

I'm giving away a copy of the book, Alone Yet Not Alone, on my blog:

The giveaway starts April 26, 2014 and ends May 2, 2014.

Hope you enter, this is a great book! 

Comment by Milly Born on April 18, 2014 at 5:30am

Hello there! I'm new to Book Blogs, but I already love it. It's a window to a world I didn't know existed. I'm blessed to live in Italy, in the Umbrian countryside, with my family. However, there not many (English) bookshops around. Therefore, I am happy with my little Kindle tablet, which gives me access to many, wonderful English books. I love to read Christian fiction--and I read a lot. It's good to share, so I'm looking forward to do so with you and also to reading your reviews. 

By the way, I'm not a native speaker... born in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Comment by Mary Collins on April 17, 2014 at 12:38pm

As Christians, we know Jesus has sent us here to fulfill His plan in a bold way. We try to live good lives and do our duty. Still, there are times at the end of the day when we wonder if we are truly fulfilling our mission. Divine Towels is a modern-day parable that creates a conducive environment that allows this to occur. People who are in need of all types of healing go to Divine Towels and have their feet washed.

Comment by Lisa J. Schuster on April 14, 2014 at 10:26am

"Miss a meal if you have to, but don't miss a book."-John Rohn. Don't miss reading my book, Service Station Angel, then go have something to eat!

Comment by Chris Henderson on April 10, 2014 at 10:07pm

Here a bunny, there a bunny. There's lots of bunnies around this time of year. My latest blog interview is with Russell Whitehead where we discuss his two bunny picture books with a Christian perspective. Drop by for a fun read at TheWriteChris,

Comment by Chris Henderson on April 3, 2014 at 3:05pm

I've got a new interview up with an author, editor and publisher in TX who produces delightful board books with Christian themes. She's also looking for new submissions! Here's the link to my blog to read it...

Comment by Chris Stevenson on April 3, 2014 at 8:20am


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Or Intrigue Publishing:  Sandra Bowman at:

Intrigue is proud to announce our latest author acquisition; Chris Stevenson, author of the YA Dystopian and Science Fiction novel The Girl They Sold to the Moon. Eighteen-year-old Tilly Breedlove’s father has pawned her to a ruthless company called Family Trade and Loan, who sells her into a form of modern day slavery on Luna—the Tranquility Harbor Mining Company, 240,000 miles from home. Forced to be an exotic dancer, she performs risqué shows for the filthy and filthy rich ore miners--a far cry from her classical and modern dance training. If she isn't resisting obscene advances from bearded “Prairie Dogs”, she's fending off jealous head-liner acts who view her as a threat to their status—and when those jealous showgirls say “break a leg”, they aim to cause it. The only reprieve she finds in this shop of horrors is a few close ward friends, a sympathetic dance coach/choreographer, and Buddy Gunner Bell, who just might become the love of her life. It's just enough to stem her psychological meltdown. Find out what happens to Tilly and her friends in this fast-paced, fun ride.
Chris Stevenson , originally born and raised on the beaches of southern California, moved to Sylvania, Alabama in 2009 and settled in with his twin sister. His occupations have included newspaper reporter, front-line mechanic and federal police officer. He has been writing off and on for 36 years, having officially published books beginning in 1988.

Comment by Greg at 2 Book Lovers Reviews on April 1, 2014 at 10:30am

Come and check out my review of Davis Bunn's new book, The Turning.

Don't forget to enter the giveaway for your chance to win an iPad Air and some other great prizes!  You can enter daily up until April 15th!!!


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