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More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Children’s Books: The Blessings Jar: A Story About Being Thankful by Colleen Coble Alexa Grace is having a bad day, but then Grandma arrives with … Continue reading
by Cynthia Ruchti “This is driving me crazy! I’ll never get the hang of it!” Two months later: “What did I ever do without it?” We’ve seen the pattern before. From open fire to fireplace to cast iron stove to … Continue reading
by B.J. Young On my tenth birthday, my grandmother gave me a gift I still hold in my hands, fifty years later. She gave me my first book. The rose colored cover is now tattered and discolored. The title, Heidi, … Continue reading
Wishing you a blessed Christmas and wonderful New Year! Remember the reason for the season…
By Donna Schlachter There we were, hurtling down the road at about seventy-five miles an hour at ten o’clock at night, when I uttered those words my husband has come to dread: “Oh, look, a historical marker one mile ahead … Continue reading
Take a moment to honor your mother, whether here on earth or in heaven.
He is Risen, indeed! Wishing you a blessed Easter from ACFW.
Title: Wolfsbane (Discarded Heroes, Book 3) Author: Ronie Kendig Publisher: Barbour Books Date: July 2011 ISBN: 978-1602607842 Genre: Romantic Suspense Reviewed by: Patricia Woodside A secret mission gone bad leaves Corp of Engineers demolitions expert Danielle Roark captured, beaten, and … Continue reading
This week I’m excited to announce that Heidi Main is the volunteer in the spotlight. She has always been a willing volunteer at the annual conference, which is greatly appreciated. She also interviews writers for the Weekly Featured Author Spotlight … Continue reading
Title: Ransome’s Quest Author: Kaye Dacus Publisher: Harvest House Date: Aug 2011 ISBN: 978-0736927550 Genre: Historical Romance Reviewed by: Patricia Woodside Ransome’s Quest brings to an end the saga of Julia Ransome and the Witherington and Ransome families. But not … Continue reading