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It's hard to believe one quarter of the year has flown by. Here are some of the books I've loved from the first three months of 2020. Some I read, some I listened to. I'm sure you'll find a new favorite. #amreading #amlistening #bookreview #lovetoread #history #mystery #middlegrade #birding
God's plan for your life? I know I have! Mike Donehey's new book show's how simple it is. #Godswill #Godsplan #amreading #bookreview
The treatment of orphans has come a long way in the last hundred years. But it still has a long way to go to fully meet the needs of orphans and children in crisis. This book highlights how children in London were treated in the 1900s. #amreading #orphans #bookreveiw
Grab one of these thrilling suspense books for a late-night summer read! One takes place in Regency England and the other in modern-day Texas. #suspense #novel #amreading #bookreview

Stock Your Beach Bag with these June Releases!

Heart on the Line by Karen Witemeyer. 336 pages, Bethany House, June 2017. Grace and Amos meet on-line: on the telegraph line, that is. Their anonymous friendship blooms after hours (they both work for Western Union as telegraph operators), and when Amos overhears a threat to Grace, he drops everything to come to her rescue. Amos worries …

A Shower of April New Releases

Intrigue and Romance (Not Necessarily in that Order) Behind the Scenes by Jen Turano (April 4) With a name like Permilia, you know the characters will be filled with quirks and foibles. Permilia might be a society wallflower, but she manages to work behind the scenes to create an acceptable life for herself that’s meaningful …

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