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FINDING YOUR WAY BACK

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Whiter Than Snow by Joan Deppa was a little bit of a disappointment. It was a good story just not that well written. Bonnie turner moves to Ironwood, Michigan after her best friend April tells her about a teaching job. … Continue reading

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EARLY ENGLISH LADIES

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The second book in the Tales of Ivy Hill by Julie Klassen, The Ladies of Ivy Cottage ties up some of the loose ends of the first book but leaves you anxiously awaiting the third. Ivy Cottage was the family … Continue reading

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SWEETHEARTS OF THE AMISH

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Amy Clipston’s Amish Sweethearts is a book with four of Amy’s novella’s. Each is story of two Amish young people finding their way with family issues, tradition and making the right decisions. A Home for Lindsay is about a Lindsay … Continue reading

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SECRETS REVEALED

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Chris Fabry wrote a very intriguing book in Under a Cloudless Sky. It’s a book that was both hard to put down and one that you had to step away from. I could only read a little at a time … Continue reading

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HEARING THE VOICE OF GOD

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I was so excited to see Mark Batterson’s book WHISPER: How to Hear the Voice of God as an optideeper and think. He says that we discredit the ability of God to speak when we undermine scripture’s authority, that we … Continue reading

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THE RISK OF LOVE

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Although it’s not listed as a sequel, You’re Gonna Love Me by Robin Lee Hatcher is a companion and follow up to You’ll Think of Me.  Both books are set in Idaho’s Thunder Creek and the character’s from the first … Continue reading

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FINDING BALANCE

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  Amy Clipston’s A Place At Our Table is an Amish story somewhat different than most. They live close to each other but seem to be from different communities and they rules are much more relaxed than most. James Riehl … Continue reading

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