Laughter Lifts the Heart
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Category Archives: Reviews of exceptional books
Twenty-five years ago, Monica Stanton gave up her baby girl for adoption. Now the young woman wants to meet her birth-mother. In person. On nationwide television. Competing on a survival show. So the first time Monica sees her daughter, the … Continue reading
What a stunning book! Bill Myers wrote the quintessential novel involving Christian apologetics, wrapped in a compelling plot and peopled with lively characters. Travis Mackenzie has developed an amazing computer program that tests the different socio-economic philosophies on a tribe … Continue reading
One of the sweetest people I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet is fellow Texas Aggie, Kathleen Y’Barbo Turner, the most prolific author of our alma mater. We chat on Facebook occasionally, sharing “gig’ems” whenever our team is doing great, … Continue reading
Burning Sky, Lori Benton’s “Novel of the American Frontier,” is a stunning story of 18th Century, post-war New York. The British have been defeated, lives are resuming, and Burning Sky becomes Willa Obenchain again–no longer a Mohawk captive, but the daughter of … Continue reading
What a charmer! A Dozen Apologies, published by Tracy Ruckman at Write Integrity Press, is the collaborative effort of a dozen well-known and popular authors, including Betty Owens, Jennifer Hallmark, Jerusha Agen, and others. Each author provided a chapter in the … Continue reading
Donn Taylor is one of my favorite mystery writers, and he won me over again with Lightning on a Quiet Night. In the years following WWII, Lisa Kemper moves to the tiny town of Beneficent, Mississippi with her widower father, … Continue reading
Michelle Griep has single-handedly renewed my love for Regency Romance. A Heart Deceived is no bodice ripper, something I tired of long ago. It’s an intriguing tale of a young, unmarried woman who must keep her brother’s growing insanity a secret–or … Continue reading
At 18, Penny Carson married the first man to look at her as a woman. Trent Taylor was handsome, confident, bad-boy appealing, and his touch brought shivers to her soul. She left a steel-cold father for a hot-blooded, hot-tempered devil. She … Continue reading
What do you put your faith in? Allie Granderson put hers in a plastic compass. Zach Barnett put his in a cowboy hat. Marshall Granderson drowned his faith in a bottle. This coming of age story is chock full of … Continue reading