Tag Archives: Historical Novel

Is It Cheating?

I’ve already read this one once, and the reason I’m reading it again isn’t because I loved it–I did, it’s a great book–but because it’s in the same era and setting as my historical novel. Rereading this and some of … Continue reading

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Rightfully Mine: God’s Equal Rights Amendment

In 1986, Aggie Villanueva wrote a powerful book, and Thomas Nelson published it. Now, she has come out with the second edition. There is an era in Israeli history where anticipation is a palpable hum, where the bedouin lifestyle gives … Continue reading

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