Healing Love by Jennifer Slattery

The latest women’s fiction release is now out by Jennifer Slattery and you are not going to want to miss this one. The title is perfect: Healing Love. Why shouldn’t you miss this one, you ask? For many reasons, but mostly, because it will touch your heart profoundly. It did mine and I still think of these characters even now, weeks after I first read it. This one really tests your compassion meter, and I doubt you can read this book without being changed.

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The Space Between Words by Michele Phoenix

The Space Between Words was not at all what I expected, it surpassed my expectations by a mile. Michele Phoenix effortlessly had me glued to the pages, devouring each word. What a masterpiece.

Watch for the release coming September 2017. In the meantime…

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As High As The Heavens by Kate Breslin

If you have never read a Kate Breslin book As High As The Heavens then STOP what you are doing right now! PSA! (You can thank me later.)

Her latest is a page turner: A British nurse in WWI German-occupied Brussels, Evelyn Marche spends her days at the hospital and her nights working at a café . . . or so it seems.

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Just Look Up by Courtney Walsh

Courtney Walsh is a novelist, artist, theater director, and playwright and she has just released her latest novel, Just Look Up. This is the first book I have read by Courtney Walsh, but I had already heard such great things about her books. Boy! Totally loved Just Look Up and days after I finished it I was still thinking about the themes and lessons reflected in this gem.

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Ascension of Larks by Rachel Linden

Rachel Linden is a new to me, author, well I guess she is new to all of us since this is her debut novel. Rachel Linden is a novelist and international aid worker whose adventures living and traveling in over fifty countries around the world provide excellent grist for her writing. She enjoys creating stories about hope and courage with a hint of romance and a touch of whimsy. Ascension of Larks was quite an unforgettable read and in my review, you’ll find out why.

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One Dominion, Celebrating Canada – Prepared for a Purpose

Today is the anniversary of Canada’s formation into a Dominion. To celebrate I am reviewing a wonderful new inspiring coffee table book chock full of colour photographs of our land and stories about men and women who made a difference, the ripple effects of which are still being felt in our multi-cultural society today. One Dominion, Celebrating Canada – Prepared for a Purpose is published by Bible League Canada.

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With You Always by Jody Hedlund

Jody Hedlund does not shy away from topics such as injustice, poverty, separation and sadness. She also has a way of weaving hope into all of this! With You Always is set in New York City in 1857, one of the many struggling immigrants, Elise Neumann has lost her home, her mother, and when her world collides with the privileged and rich Thornton Quincy, things get…complicated.

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From This Moment by Elizabeth Camden

Two reviews for the price of one Well, not really since you get them for free, but you know what I mean. Speaking of free, the Novella is free at the moment too.

Today I chat about Elizabeth Camden‘s books A Summer of Dreams and From This Moment. Guess who has been humming that Shenia Twain song all the time?

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Recruits by Thomas Locke

It’s a world they’ve seen only in their dreams—until now.

Recruits is a fast paced YA Sci-Fi story that had me wishing I could speed read. The fact that the main characters are twins intrigued me, not to mention that colourful cover. The twins, Sean and Dillon Kirrel, are young men, (which is nice for a change), and quickly their seemingly ordinary lives are turned upside-down when their get a mysterious new neighbour arrives.

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Reunion by Bruxy Cavey

(re)union is Bruxy Cavey’s latest book, and I was delighted to be offered an advance copy of this book.

“The message of Jesus changed the world…until the world changed the message.” – Bruxy Cavey, (re)union

Whether you are a seeker, saint or a sinner, this book will make you think, and not only that, it may change your life.

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