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Radiant Lit ... We're always better than the movie.

Welcome to Radiant Lit.

We have a confession to make. We’re book geeks. We started this website because the thought of a good book makes us nearly giddy. You see we understand how the right book can take the edge off of a rough day or help us through something we’re dealing with in our lives. Reading is the perfect pastime. Most of us have books tucked in our bags, our cars and our e-readers are overflowing with them.

But let’s be honest here. Just because a book has been published, that doesn’t automatically mean it’s worth our precious reading time. There’s little that’s more annoying than spending time on a bad book. That’s why we’ve created Radiant Lit. We’re here to help you decide what should go on your reading list.

Radiant Lit isn’t just about fun and entertainment though. You see, we’re Christians. We live our faith daily and it’s important to us to edify God in all we do here. So the kinds of books you’re going to find here will be books that we think will encourage Christian women in their faith – and entertain them with Godly and Biblical values. (Note: This is a recent shift at Radiant Lit, so please, read each review carefully for content and rating.)

The only place you’ll consistently find reviews for non-Christian books will be as part of our Radiant Young Adults program. We’ve got a good reason for that and we would encourage you to visit the page and see what we’re up to and why we’re doing it.

That said, we hope and pray that you find some excellent reading here.

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29 Oct Posted by in Reviews | Comments

Review: Persuasion, Captain Wentworth, and Cracklin’ Cornbread

Review: Persuasion, Captain Wentworth, and Cracklin’ Cornbread

Persuasion, Captain Wentworth, and Cracklin’ Cornbread by Mary Jane Hathaway Reviewed by: Meagan Williford Genre: Romance Publisher: Howard Books Publication Date: November 11, 2014 “Persuasion, Captain Wentworth, and Cracklin’ Cornbread” is a modern-day, Southern retelling of Jane Austen’s novel “Persuasion.” In this novel, set in the small town of Brice’s Crossroads, Mississippi, we meet Lucy […]

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28 Oct Posted by in Reviews | Comments

Review: A.D. 30

Review: A.D. 30

A.D. 30 by Ted Dekker Reviewed by: Jill Hart Genre: Inspirational Fiction Publisher: Center Street Publication Date: October 28, 2014 I have been so excited about A.D. 30 and have been waiting to read it for months. I’m excited to say that Ted Dekker hits one out of the park with this book. It’s the […]

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27 Oct Posted by in Interviews | Comments

Interview with Debora M. Coty

Interview with Debora M. Coty

An interview with Debora M. Coty, Author of Too Loved to Be Lost In a world where a woman’s acceptance so often seems contingent on her looks, behavior or talents, does anyone love her simply for who she is? Debora M. Coty answers that question with a resounding “yes” in her new book, Too Loved […]

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24 Oct Posted by in Interviews | Comments

An interview with Beth Wiseman

An interview with Beth Wiseman

An interview with Beth Wiseman, Author of The Promise Most authors draw from life experience when writing a book. However, for bestselling author Beth Wiseman, the inspiration for The Promise (Thomas Nelson/ September 30, 2014/ISBN 978-1401685959 /$15.99) came from encounters most readers could never imagine happening in their own lives.   The Promise introduces readers […]

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23 Oct Posted by in Reviews | Comments

Review: Deceived

Review: Deceived

Deceived by Mary Irene Hannon Reviewed by: Pam Graber Genre: Romantic Suspense Publisher: Revell Publication Date: October 7, 2014 What if you were told that your son and husband were both missing and presumed dead? What if they found your husband, drowned, and your son’s life jacket, empty? What if for three years you grieved […]

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22 Oct Posted by in Reviews | Comments

Children’s Review: It Will Be Okay

Children’s Review: It Will Be Okay

It Will Be Okay by Lysa TerKeurst Reviewed by: Lori Twichell Genre: Children’s Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publication Date: October 7, 2014 The little seed does not want anything to change in his life. It’s warm, comfy and cozy in the farmer’s shed and that’s the way seed likes it. Even though the little seed sees […]

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21 Oct Posted by in Reviews | Comments

YA Review: The Princess Spy

YA Review: The Princess Spy

The Princess Spy by Melanie Dickerson Reviewed by: Rachael Wing Genre: Young Adult, Fiction, Fairy Tale, Historical, Romance Publisher: Zondervan Publication Date: November 4, 2014 “The Princess Spy” is a re-telling of the fairytale, “The Frog Prince” by Brothers Grimm. This book tells the story of Margaretha, daughter of the Duke of Wilhelm, who lives […]

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20 Oct Posted by in Reviews | Comments

Review: Rules of Murder

Review: Rules of Murder

Rules of Murder by Julianna Deering Reviewed by: Rachael Wing Genre: Fictional, Mystery, Historical, 1930’s Publisher: Bethany House Publishers Publication Date: August 2013 Drew: “Dash it all, there should be more clues. There should be just acres of suspects and something like a hollowed-out table leg or uneaten biscuit that’s the key to the whole […]

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