The Babel Conspiracy by Sylvia Bambola Reviewed by: Pam Graber Genre: Suspense/Thriller Publisher: Heritage Publishing House Publication Date: February 16, 2016 The Babel Conspiracy was my first foray into the writing of Sylvia Bambola. Wow! What an introduction! Set in the not-very-distant future, there are way too many incidents that sounded like things we’ve seen […]
Can’t Help Falling by Kara Isaac Reviewed by: Pam Graber Genre: Contemporary Romance Publisher: Howard Books Publication Date: October 11, 2016 Oh. My. Gosh!! If you have not read either of Kara Isaac’s books, you are missing out on a real treat! I just finished book 2, Can’t Help Falling, and it was so much […]
The Aetherlight Bible Publisher: Tyndale Release date: August 1, 2016 Reviewed by: Lori Twichell “This Bible is AWESOME!” those are the words that were spoken by my son within seconds of opening this Bible and I have to say that I agree. This is not your typical Bible. You may be able to tell that […]
Thrive: A Journaling Devotional Bible for Women Publisher: Tyndale Release date: September 1, 2016 Reviewed by: Lori Twichell I received a copy of this new Bible from Tyndale to review and let me just say right away that I am going to start this review with a total rave. The Thrive Journaling Devotional Bible for […]
Inspire: The Bible for Creative Journaling Publisher: Tyndale Release date: March 22, 2016 Reviewed by: Lori Twichell Let me just start by saying this Bible is over the top gorgeous! I fell in love with it the second I opened the box. With a soft teal/Tiffany blue color hardcover, it immediately caught my attention. […]
by Lori Twichell Usually, I am completely done with Christmas shopping by this point. I’m one of those people who buys a gift in August and tucks it away in a closet. But this year has been a little overwhelming for me and I have not done the shopping I usually do. So now I’m […]
by Lori Twichell Do you have screen time struggles in your house? We do. I admit that I sort of always sat apart from the folks complaining about their kids and screen time and I was probably a tiny little bit judgmental. Okay, I always thought we had a good handle on our kids with […]
A Boy Called Christmas by Matt Haig Reviewed by: Mary Ann Bell Genre: Children’s Fiction Publisher: Random House Publication Date: November 1, 2016 Matt Haig’s A Boy Called Christmas gives us a possible story of Santa Claus’ boyhood. Eleven-year-old Nikolas’ father is a poor woodcutter. Nikolas has a hard life but he never complains. Living […]
Title: Believe Directed by: Billy Dickson Starring: Ryan O’Quinn, Issac Ryan Brown, Danielle Nicolet, Shawnee Smith Release Date: December 2, 2016 Reviewed by: Pebbles Jacobo Rating: PG Hi. My name is Pebbles and I am a sap for Christmas movies. There, I said it. Over my lifetime I have watched hundreds of Christmas movies. […]
Return to Joy by Bev DeSalvo Reviewed by: Lauren Fleeman Genre: Christian Life Publisher: NavPress Publication Date: July 1, 2016 In Return to Joy, Bev DeSalvo shares her traumatic childhood experiences as a testimony of how God can heal the broken places in our lives. As a result of her past history, she describes the […]
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