Another Free Promotion of Shimmer

Shimmer: The Chronicles of Maladore

It’s time for anoth­er free pro­mo­tion of Shim­mer book 1 in The Chron­i­cles of Mal­adore series. If you are look­ing for a good clean sto­ry with strong moral char­ac­ters you need look no fur­ther. Some have enjoyed Shim­mer so much they took the time to write a review. This is what Sharon had to say…

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Book Review: Secrets Abounding

Secrets Abound­ing is the fourth install­ment in the Unfor­got­ten Past series by Bri­an­ne E. Pry­or. I was real­ly excit­ed to read this final book in the series. I was not dis­ap­point­ed. From the first few pages, it kept me turn­ing the pages want­i­ng more. It is an action packed book that is filled with twists…

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Winter Wonders!

I think that every time God sees a snowflake form­ing He must think of the chil­dren and smile. To see the delight on a child’s face when they see snow falling mys­te­ri­ous­ly from the sky is a won­der to behold. A child will stand trans­fixed by the mar­vel of it for hours beg­ging to go…

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Learning Servanthood during Hanukkah

Dur­ing Hanukkah, we light the can­dles in the Hanukki­ah and we remem­ber the mir­a­cles that God did for His peo­ple so many years ago. But what I want to talk about is how we light the can­dles and with what. We light the mid­dle can­dle first and use it to light all the rest. It…

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A Christmas Gift!

I just want­ed to say Mer­ry Christ­mas to all of my friends out there. As you cel­e­brate, remem­ber the real Christ­mas gift of the birth of our Sav­ior, Jesus. It was oh so long ago and yet it is still the most impor­tant gift you will ever receive. Jesus hum­bled Him­self, was born a wee baby,…

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Don’t Miss the Journey

Time goes so fast, don’t miss the jour­ney I always heard that kids grow up so fast but it wasn’t until some of my kids became adults that I ful­ly under­stood this. I can vivid­ly remem­ber each child when they were born. To me, it feels like yes­ter­day. But as my once young son left…

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