Monthly Archives: January 2023

Cloak Games: Omnibus One & Wraith Wolf

My last review on the series for a while: Cloak Games: Omnibus One & Wraith Wolf.

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Rebel Fist

Today’s post is a review of Jonathan Moeller’s third book of the Cloak Game series: Rebel Fist .

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Frost Fever

Today’s post is a review of Jonathan Moeller’s second book of the Cloak Game series: Frost Fever.

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Thief Trap

Today’s post is a review of Lutheran writer Jonathan Moeller‘s book, Thief Trap, which is Book One in his Cloak Games series.

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Lutheran Writers in Texas

Who are the Lutheran writers in Texas? Now that I’m here, I want to know. 🙂

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Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming & What is the World to Me

Today I’ll review Kloria’s other 2-in-1 book: Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming and What is the World to Me🙂

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Klora 2-in-1 Books

I love all of Kloria’s books, and, as you know, I thought their illustration contest was a brilliant move on their part. Today I’ll review one of Kloria’s 2-in-1-books, O Little Flock, Fear Not the Foe and The Will of God is Always Best.

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Bach to Church

You know how Lutherans around the world continue to share really great resources? It’s just such an encouragement to me! Today, I get to share yet another one, a great website just launched called Bach to Church!

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Hamann’s London Writings

I know I’ve mentioned Hamann’s London Writings before on my blog. Today I am thrilled to announce that, not only has it has come out on Kindle, but the hardbound copy is on sale at a significantly reduced rate, both on Amazon here and even slightly cheaper on Ballast Press!

Grab it while you can!

For more information, you can go here or here. You can also start to read Mark Mattes’s review in Lutheran Quarterly here.

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Greatest of Treasures

I first blogged about young Lutheran author Milena Janton, when I learned she published Unicorn Ranch at 14. (Her mother is an author, too, btw: Celena Janton.) Now I find out Milena has published her third book in five years! Yay! Greatest of Treasures may even be the first in a new series, To Times and Countries. 🙂

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