Monthly Archives: February 2019

Dancing and Doughnuts

Dancing and Doughnuts? What? I’ll take the doughnuts. Ah, but wait! There’s a book by Lutheran author Rachel Kovaciny, Dancing & Doughnuts, and it’s the second in her series, Once Upon a Western. (I reviewed the first one, Cloaked, here.)

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Writing Contest!

I have a great opportunity to tell you about! And it happens to break up a string of reviews nicely! ūüėČ Lutheran author Katie Schuermann and her team at He Remembers the Barren (HRTB) are hosting a Lenten writing contest!

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Cloaked

I want to thank all the Lutheran authors out there. I’ve been out of sorts since the accident, but I’ve found good comfort and some great distraction while reading your books! Thank you, thank you! Today’s review will be on Lutheran author Rachel Kovaciny‘s Cloaked (Once Upon a Western Book 1).

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The Root of Esau

Last week I reviewed Lutheran author J. L. Vaughan’s book, No Good SonI quickly followed it up with reading another of his books, The Root of EsauThis is a much different kind of book and I thoroughly enjoyed it!

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Writing Rules to Disregard

Just sharing an article with you today: “Three Writing Rules to Disregard!”

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Betty Ballantine

I don’t know whether you happened to see that Betty Ballantine has recently died. If not, here’s an article for you to read. If so, what do you think about my reflection below?

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Sculptor Spirit, Resources, and a Giveaway

Ok. Today I want to tell you about a recent release, a bunch of free resources, and a giveaway! The new book is Sculptor Spirit: Models of Sanctification from Spirit Christology by Rev. Dr. Leopoldo A. S√°nchez, and it sounds intriguing and unlike any other theological book I’ve heard about!

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No Good Son

 I was in the mood for a fast-paced novel, thought, “Hmm, a crime thriller sounds good,” and scrolled through my Kindle library. There it was: No Good Son by Lutheran author J. L. Vaughan. (I’ve most recently mentioned him with his project, Lutheran Audio Review. Go here for the website and here for the book.) It was totally what I wanted!

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Our Car Accident

Hi everyone! Ned and I were in a rough car accident over the weekend, so I’m vanity blogging here for this entry to save myself having to retell and retell the story. 

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More Resources

I’m starting to feel a little bit like a resource junkie. Still, I said I’d post for a week, so here you go: more resources. Twenty of ’em. Want more? Give me a topic and I’ll look into ’em!

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