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Content and Balance

I read a very clever book about content and balance: Content: How to Find Balance in Life When the World is At Your Fingertips by Lutheran author, speaker, blogger, podcaster, etc., Rebecca Lemke. So here’s a review!

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Magwort and the Master

My friends, while I can’t claim to have read all that Lutheran author Rev. Michael L McCoy has written, I think I’ve caught up on all his fiction! Last but not least (and, actually, I suspect not last although I don’t think anything has been published lately): Magwort and the Master!

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The Traitor

Have you read Ray Keating‘s latest novel, The Traitor, yet? I blogged about it when it came out in December, and now I offer a short review.

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The Hunter, The Hound and a Rogue

A review for you today: Rev. Michael L. McCoy‘s Book 3 in the Chronicles of Peniel series, The Hunter, The Hound and a Rogue. 🙂

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A Little One Amidst the Shadows

A long promised, even-longer-intended review on Rev. Michael McCoy’s A Little One Amidst the Shadows

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Gruff

Here’s a little, and I do mean little, review of a little short story, Gruff, by Lutheran author and western folk story teller, Rachel Kovachiny. And, since I’m behind on writing reviews, I’ll hope to review A Little One Amidst the Shadows tomorrow. 🙂

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The Bestman, the Bride and the Wedding

Ladies and gentlemen, I’ve been reading a pretty breathtaking series of books: The Chronicles of Peniel. I read them out of order, which strangely I almost recommend. The first in the series, The Bestman, the Bride and the Wedding by Lutheran Pastor Michael L. McCoy was absolutely unlike anything I’ve ever read before. If you are interested in the role fiction can play in communicating intricacies of the faith, you should get this, particularly for how it portrays the Office of the Holy Ministry. Please do note, however, I would not classify it as a family read aloud.

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There’s a Bug on the Floor!

Ack! I almost forgot to mention this! It’s another Rev. Chris Thoma book, this one written for children (and not starring whiskey! lol). There’s a Bug on the Floor came out early October.

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New Kind of Giveaway for The Oracles and the Jewels

Ladies and gentlemen, I’d like to introduce a new kind of giveaway for The Oracles and the Jewels by Lutheran author Rev. C. S. Stanford. Here’s what I’m going to do . . . !

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In a Review

What do I, as an author, want to read in a review? I am happy to tell you and, as always, to encourage you to leave reviews at Amazon, GoodReads, CPH, etc!

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