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TINA
Friday, September 1, 2023 by DONNA SCHLACHTER

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DONNA SCHLACHTER

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TINA/ A HERO AND A HEROINE

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Tina is one of my favorite stories I’ve ever written. The series premise for “Courting Chaos” is that a woman arrives in a town and must marry one of three men within a short time.

I wanted to write a book featuring my gorgeous and still-in-love sister-in-law Tina and my darling brother Paul. My heroine looks a little like her real-life model, but I think my in-the-flesh Tina is even more good-looking than the gal on the cover.

Tina lives in a covered wagon on a patch of rented ground just outside Loveland, Colorado, in 1882. Her father died years ago, and her mother passes early in the story, leaving her to raise her two younger sisters.

Tina is seventeen and not prepared to be an instant mother, but she promised Mama she’d keep the family together. She loves to sing and especially loves to honor God with her singing. She gets the idea maybe she can get work in Loveland, such as sewing or needlework, that she can complete at the wagon. She is nervous about leaving her sisters alone for long. When that doesn’t work out, she sees a theater sign and goes in. Misunderstanding the manager’s intentions, she hires on to sing that night.

As you can imagine, it’s a fiasco. Between the skimpy costume and her stage fright, she runs off the stage, and the manager refuses to pay her. She owes money for rent and for a damaged sewing item and is desperate.

Christopher Jones comes to her rescue. Except Tina doesn’t realize he’s grooming her for the brothels he runs in Denver.

She had met a nice lieutenant, but he has big dreams, and now he’s off with his company exploring the west to build dams with the Army Corps of Engineers.

Tina gets herself into a pickle but doesn’t know how to get out—and get her sisters out, too.

Can she learn to listen to God’s voice, or will she fall victim to an evil man?

And if the lieutenant cared for her, why did he leave?

So, what does Paul think about all this?

A lieutenant in the US Army Corps of Engineers, Paul has dreams of traveling the country, building dams, and learning from the greatest engineer he knew of: John Wesley Powell. After Major Powell retired from the army, he continued leading exploration parties west of the Mississippi and into California, selecting dam sites to provide water for the fast-growing population in the new state.

He wants to marry—someday. He plans to settle down—someday. But not yet.

When he first meets Tina, he finds her working and singing. She has a lovely voice, almost as becoming as she is. He finds her fun and enjoys her sense of humor, but when he learns of her family situation—an orphan responsible for two younger sisters—he knows he can’t get involved.

Still, he does what he can. He buys the land around the wagon so Tina won’t have to pay rent, and he brings her food every day, providing firewood as needed. And when his company is ordered to continue west, he arranges for another soldier to provide for the girls.

Maybe when he returns, he might be ready to court. Time will tell. But at the ripe old age of twenty-three, he’s still got a lot of country to explore. He writes to her, uncertain where he stands in her affections—if at all. Instead of telling her how he feels about her, he fills his letter with stories about his journey.

Paul is like a lot of men—keeping themselves to themselves. I fashioned him after my brother Paul, who is also an engineer. Shy. Studious. Brilliant. As a boy of about five, he was reading—and memorizing—the Guinness Book of World Records. As a college student, he came out of four years of engineering school with no debt—he participated in a co-op program where he studied one semester and then worked the next. As I said, brilliant.

Lieutenant Paul is different from my brother in that he lives in a time when men were expected to keep their feelings to themselves. My brother is good at sharing what’s on his mind, and he’s a terrific father of two.

ABOUT TINA

In 1882, Tina’s family is so poor they live in a covered wagon outside the brand new town of Loveland, Colorado. When her parents die within two weeks of each other in an influenza outbreak, Tina is left to raise her two younger sisters.

Paul Burton, with the US Army Corps of Engineers, is on his way west with John Wesley Powell to survey sites for potential dam sites. He meets Tina at the café in the hotel and admires her perseverance. When he hears her story, he wants to take care of her, except he’s on a grand adventure and has no time right now for family.

Brokenhearted that Paul is not willing to give up his career for her, and convinced he doesn’t love her, Tina allows another to court her. Except this man has no intention of supporting her sisters—or her. As saloon keeper, he plans to put her to work for him in the upstairs rooms as soon as possible.

Will Tina go from broken home to broken heart to broken reputation—or will God intervene and save her from herself? Will Paul realize too late that his choices affect not only himself—or will his Lord reach into his heart in time?

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Series: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R8DSMB4?binding=kindle_edition&qid=1680033081

ABOUT DONNA SCHLACHTER

A hybrid author, Donna writes squeaky-clean historical and contemporary suspense. She has published more than 60 books; is a member of several writers' groups; facilitates a critique group; teaches writing classes; ghostwrites; edits; and judges in writing contests. She loves history and research, traveling extensively for both, and is an avid oil painter. She is taking all the information she’s learned along the way about the writing and publishing process and is coaching writers at any stage of their manuscript development. Learn more at https://www.donnaschlachter.com/the-purpose-full-writer-coaching-programs Check out her coaching group on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/604220861766651

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AN EXCERPT FROM TINA

Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, all ye lands.

Serve the LORD with gladness:

come before His presence with singing.

Psalm 100:1-2 KJV

Chapter One

May 15, 1882

 

Tina O’Day sat on the largest branch in the old cottonwood tree that overlooked the wagon she called home. The Conestoga had carried her parents and herself here to this fine piece of rented land just outside Loveland, Colorado, when she was but three years old.

  Goodness, that was a lifetime ago. By rights, she should be married and living in her own home. Maybe with children, too.

But instead, she remained a spinster, loyalty to her mother keeping her frozen both in place and in time. And at seventeen, she was happy to do so.

Oh, Papa. Why couldn’t you have fought harder for us?

A robin twittered in the thick foliage over her head, reminding her of a song they’d sung in church that Sunday, and she hummed the melody. From deep inside, the words threatened to explode, and within a couple of bars, she gave up and succumbed.

“Pass me not, O Gentle Savior, hear my humble cry.” Tears blurred her vision, but she pressed on, swinging her feet in time with the hymn. “While on others Thou are calling, do not pass me by.”

She paused and contemplated the words. Were her petitions and discussions with the Almighty not humble enough? Was that why God hadn’t answered her prayer to make her papa happy again, like he was before he went to war? Not that she could remember that time, but her mama said it was so, and so it must be.

Instead, she and her mother had endured two years and added two younger sisters to their household before he took his own life one dark night.

All of his promises to build them a house had come to naught, and so they still lived in the weather-beaten wagon, freezing by winter, and sleeping outside most of the summer, tormented by mosquitoes and praying a rattler didn’t crawl under the blanket, looking for a warm place to spend the night.

She started on the chorus, the only part to which she knew all the words. “Savior, Savior, hear my humble cry.”

She stilled. There it was again. Humble. Was God speaking to her even now?

Tina tipped her head to one side and listened. If He was, then she should hear Him, shouldn’t she? Isn’t that what the pastor said? Once she’d given her heart to Jesus and determined to follow Him, she would know His voice.

Nothing, apart from the rustling in the leaves overhead. The prairie grass fluttered in the breeze for as far as she could see. The lowing of the farmer’s cows in the far field.

The knot between her shoulders eased a mite as she waited. But when she still didn’t hear anything, she shrugged. Her feet resumed their aerial dance, and she continued singing. “While on others Thou art calling, do not pass me by.”

She thought about the words. What did they mean? Were her supplications and talks nothing more than a bother to Jesus? Was she distracting Him from His real purpose, these others mentioned in the song?

But couldn’t He answer her and those other folks, too, without losing His place or missing somebody? She thought back to the lesson from a couple of Sundays before. The woman who had bled for twelve years. She had hoped merely to touch the hem of His robe, believing He could heal her. And she was. And Jesus commended her for her faith. Not only that, but He paused on His way and talked to her.

Would Jesus do the same for Tina O’Day, daughter of Irish immigrants, here and now?

Tina launched into the second verse, humming where she’d forgotten the exact wording. Oh, to own a hymnal like the ones in church. She’d have the words to sing until her voice went hoarse.

“Let me at Thy throne of mercy find sweet relief. Hmmm mmmm mmmm mmmm, help my unbelief.”

Was that why God hadn’t seen fit to heal her papa? Because she didn’t believe enough?

Tina squeezed her eyes shut and concentrated. “Please God, hear my prayer. Even if you didn’t heal my papa, please, make Mama well. She’s been so sick from the influenza. So hot. Bad dreams. The little ones are scared. Please, God. If you heal her, I won’t ask for anything ever again. I promise.”

The wind churned around in the green canopy above, then settled, but not before knocking a single leaf from its place. The foliage floated down, drifting and swaying side to side until it landed on the ground below her. She stared at it for a time, almost expecting it to reverse its direction and return to connect to the branch that had previously sustained it.

But, of course, it did not.

Now it would die. Turn yellow then brown.

Dust to dust.

Isn’t that what they said at funerals?

Using both hands, she gripped the sturdy trunk she sat on, leaning back as far as she dared to catch sight of the sun. Beams of warmth trickled between the leaves, and she closed her eyes against the glare. Straightening her legs in front of her, she hummed the third verse before concluding with the chorus again.

Tina delighted in her gift—for that is what others called it—to remember melodies and words without even trying. Some had suggested she should consider a singing career. Maybe a large church in Denver. Or Kansas City. Or—might she dare dream?—Chicago or New York City. Those would be the kinds of places where she could do the two things she loved—to praise God, and to sing.

Nothing delighted her more. Nothing soothed her ragged soul more. Living in a covered wagon with her mother and two sisters sometimes wore on her nerves. If she didn’t have music and this tree—well, she could see why her father suffered from melancholy.

No, that wasn’t right. The doctor said he was shell-shocked. Although she didn’t understand completely, Tina knew that the man who returned from the war was a mere shadow of the man who’d left.

According to her mother.

Who now lay in her bed in the wagon, tended by the younger ones, while Tina sought relief and release from the responsibilities of being an adult too young.

Tina sat up straight and opened her eyes. The back opening of the ragged canvas cover released, and Millie, next in age to her at fourteen, tumbled over the tailgate and hit the ground running.

Now what? Could she not enjoy even a moment’s peace?

Tina sighed and slipped from the branch, landing solidly on her feet. She smoothed the skirt on her faded blue paisley dress, then waved to Millie. “I’m up here.”

Not that she needed to waste her breath. Millie and Queenie, who’d just turned twelve, knew where she sought refuge.

Well, what was wrong with a few minutes to herself? Surely, she deserved that, after all she did for the family. Particularly now that Mama wasn’t well.

Millie slid to a stop in front of her. “Mama is asking for you. And for Papa.” Her wild eyes conveyed her concern even more than her headlong rush to bring the message. “What will you tell her?”

It seemed that her mother had lost her grasp on reality during this recent illness. She’d forgotten that her husband was dead and had been for almost twelve years. Tina didn’t want to break that news to her again. When she’d done that two days ago, her mother fell into a stupor so deep she seemed dead.

As if she grieved for him all over again.

Tina laid a hand on Millie’s shoulder and pulled her close as they headed toward the wagon. “We’ll sort it out. Maybe she’ll have forgotten again. Or fallen back asleep.”

“She seems hotter today. I’ve been bathing her face and neck with cool water from the spring, but it isn’t helping.” Millie slowed and looked up at her. “Do you think we should fetch the doctor?”

Tina bit back her reply. They didn’t have money to pay the man, and he knew it. He probably wouldn’t come all the way out here. No point getting their hopes up, either, that he could truly do anything for her. Scores of folks in the area had already passed, some of them in the hospital in town. If a body couldn’t be helped there, it was unlikely that he could do anything out here.

Besides, telling the truth about no money would only cause Millie concern. And place a price on her mother’s life.

No, Margaret O’Day was priceless. Precious to them and to God. She’d not stoop so low as to say she wasn’t worth treating because they didn’t have money.

Tina drew a deep breath outside the wagon. Perhaps she could bring fresh air inside with her. Something to chase away the dark corners, the worn edges of their bedding, the faded hues of their clothing, and the infernal influenza.

She tilted her head toward heaven and tried one more time. “Please, God. I’ll give up pestering You to sing if You’ll heal my mother. Is that too much to ask?”

Surely nothing was impossible for the Creator of the Universe.

But maybe His failure to answer had nothing to do with ability and everything to do with willingness.

Or her worthiness.

~~~

First Lieutenant Paul Burton sat tall in his saddle. He had a lot to be thankful for, particularly on this brilliant day. His platoon sergeant rode alongside him, a man with more years of military experience than Paul had currently lived. A bonus, to be sure.

As for his platoon of twenty experienced men, he was also well-pleased. Polite, honest, hard-working. Some from small towns or hollers with no names. Some from larger cities. All first-time enlistees. No battle-weary soldiers amongst them, which was good.

The only fights they’d face were trekking across the mountains to California, where they’d build dams that would change the face of the state and the nation. His goal was to route waterways to where they could be best used.

And ahead, preferring to mingle with the upper commissioned officers, the leader of their expedition, the infamous John Wesley Powell. The first time Paul met the major, he was surprised that Powell didn’t stand seven or eight feet tall. Seemed to him that a Paul Bunyan-sized frame was more suited to an explorer with a reputation the size of this man’s.

In fact, if he didn’t know better, he might have overlooked Powell in a crowd.

The truth was, though, having met him, Paul knew better than to underestimate the major about any detail of the trip or the job ahead.

Which made this assignment even more exciting. He loved to discover and explore, and he’d learned in his three years in the U.S. Army to appreciate serving with men who knew what they were about. Men who didn’t take foolhardy chances, but who also weren’t afraid to push themselves, those in their command, and their animals and equipment a mite further than any might think possible.

Even if they sometimes pushed harder than was reasonable. Particularly when it came to the horses.

He’d learned his lessons well under previous commanders and expected his time in this division to be just as satisfactory.

Behind him rolled a wagon train of supplies for the journey, ammunition in case of trouble, dynamite for the construction process, and various specialists, including mining engineers, hydrologists who would help with planning the irrigation needs and methods of diverting the water, and civilians who filled the holes in their ranks when it came to skills. Brick masons, stone masons, rough and skilled carpenters, not to mention a cook who concocted some of the best food Paul had ever eaten.

An ox bellowed its complaints from a wagon or two back. The animals were slower than mules or horses, but they ate less, worked harder, and weren’t sticky when crossing rivers or lakes. And, if necessary, they could always eat the beasts that couldn’t pull any longer.

He still marveled that the drovers controlled the animals with their words and whips, not with reins and bits. Unlike the horse beneath him, oxen responded to strange commands such as gee to turn right, or haw for left. These gentle giants occasionally found fault with each other, often wanted to stop before the day was done, but most often let out pained bellowd to express their frustration. All in all, he’d outfit his wagon train any day with good teams of the castrated bulls.

A rider raced up the outside of the train from far behind, and Paul’s right hand hovered near his holster. While they’d not seen an Indian since crossing the border from Kansas a week back, he wouldn’t let his guard down. Sometimes an attack could come from nowhere, the natives were that good at hiding themselves.

The private yanked on the reins, and his horse skidded to a stop, enveloping Paul, his sergeant, and the messenger in a cloud of Colorado prairie dust. Despite the calendar proclaiming spring, apparently, the rain clouds didn’t pay any attention. The area hadn’t had rain for more than a month, leaving the ground dry and parched. At least, that was the report from the locals.

Paul waited until the dust dissipated before addressing the man. “McCarthy, how many times have I warned you not to treat that horse’s mouth rough? You’ll ruin him for anybody else.”

“Sorry, Lieutenant. Thought you’d want to know right away. “

“What?”

“Cookee is feeling poorly. Might be coming down with influenza. Cheeks is red. He’s had to stop a couple or three times since midday to—to—” Now it was the private’s turn for a red face. “Well, you know.”

“Yes, I know. Wait here.” He urged his horse to a quick walk, soon catching up with Major Powell. Although the man hadn’t served in the army for more than twenty years, Paul—and most other folks—preferred to call him by his title. As Director of the U.S. Geological Survey, and having traversed the Colorado River and Grand Canyon, that amount of respect seemed the least he could offer. “Major, the cook is ill. Might we shorten our travels today so we can make camp and feed the men?”

“We’re only about two miles from Loveland. We can camp there. Seeing as we have only a medic and no doctor with us, we should be able to find one in the town if needs be.”

Paul saluted. “Yes, sir.” He wheeled his horse around and returned to the private. After conveying the major’s order, he added one of his own. “Tell Cookee to get in his wagon if he’s walking. You drive. And find one of his assistants. Get him started figuring out what he’ll make. Even beans and cornbread will do us until we see what’s ailing Cookee.”

A sloppy salute—Paul made a mental note to have the sergeant implement daily drills while they camped in Loveland—and the man tore back to the rear of the train. Paul winced at the mess the man was making of his mount’s tender mouth. Perhaps he’d take the beast from his care and make him walk for a few days as a lesson to him.

Up ahead, Major Powell spoke to the two captains riding on either side of him. The pair spurred their horses and disappeared from sight in another cloud of dust. Paul sighed. While he expected the work in the Army Corps of Engineers to be dirty and dusty, he’d hoped his time in the saddle would prove relaxing.

Well, as relaxing as riding through Indian territory for ten to twelve hours a day could be.

Within about an hour, the two captains returned, this time at a more leisurely pace. The major slowed until Paul caught up with them. “There’s a creek about a mile that-a-way.”

Paul smiled. The normally stiff and straight-backed officer had certainly adopted some of the more laid-back language of the area in the months they’d served together. “Very good, sir. I’ll send a messenger to let the other wagons know.”

True to the estimate, Paul crested a small rise, then drew to a halt. Below lay a lush, green valley. A few homesteads dotted the acreage, most within a hundred feet or less of the creek. Cattle and horses grazed side-by-side. A worn path—not big enough to call a road—connected the houses in a drunken manner.

Looked like a great place to call home. At least for a few days.

Paul touched his horse’s sides with his heels, and the chestnut gelding stepped forward, ears pricked. Did the beast smell the grass? The water? Could it know they’d have a day or so to rest while waiting for the cook to heal?

Another hour, and Paul observed as the responsibility for meal preparation was handed over to a wide-eyed private who said he had eleven siblings, and yes, sir, he knew how to cook. Satisfied that whatever the young man came up with for tonight would fill his belly, Paul decided to forgo a dip in the creek and instead rode out to explore.

As he exited a small copse of cottonwoods into a meadow, smoke indicated a dwelling nearby. He patted his arms and chest, knocking dust from the past travel off, then repeated the same with his pants legs. At least, as far as he could reach while still seated in the saddle.

His horse picked up its pace and entered the yard surrounding a covered wagon. He checked the area. No horses, mules, or oxen. Instead, the wagon—a Conestoga, he wagered, judging by the curved front end that made it look like a boat built for land—appeared abandoned. Except for the smoke. As he neared, a voice as clear as a bell and as strong as Samson sang what seemed a sorrowful lament, asking somebody not to pass them by.

He rounded the wagon and discovered the source of the smoke—a woodstove sitting on the ground. And a woman, a few years younger than his own twenty-three years, stirring a pot of something. Her red hair trailed down her back almost to her waist, reminding him of fresh burnished copper.

When his horse nickered, she whirled to face him, one hand holding a wooden spoon like a weapon, the other clutching at the base of her neck. “Oh, my! You startled me.” Eyes wide, she stared at him. Eyes as green as moss. Freckles scattered across her nose and cheeks like the stars in the sky. Captivating, to say the least. “Who are you?”

“Lieutenant Paul Burton, Army Corps of Engineers, ma’am.” He tipped the brim of his army-issued hat, gathered his reins in one hand, and dismounted. “We’re camping just on the other side of the creek. I came out to explore and discovered you here.” He looked around. “You’re not in distress, are you?”

“Well, actually, I am.”

He straightened his shoulders, fingers tickling the butt of his gun. “Have you been abandoned?”

“No, not at all.” She pointed to the pot on the stove. “I added the salt to these beans too soon, and they are still as hard as rocks four hours later.”

He chuckled. “I believe you’re pulling my leg, ma’am.”

“It’s miss, actually.” When two heads popped out of the rear of the wagon covering, Paul’s head snapped in that direction. “Oh, don’t mind them. They’re my sisters. Millie and Queenie.”

Paul nodded at the girls. “So, this is where you live?”

“It is. We rent the land.” She squared her shoulders. “We’re not squatting.”

“No, ma’am—miss, I didn’t think that.” Was this slip of a girl as feisty as she seemed? Or was she merely being protective of her sisters? Three females on their own couldn’t be too careful. He stepped to his horse and remounted. “If you need anything, please don’t hesitate to ask. I’ll tell my men to watch for you. You’ll have no worries about them.”

“Thank you. That’s kind of you. Might you have a doctor?”

“No, just a medic.” He glanced at the wagon, but the two had disappeared inside again. “Is one of you in need of medical care?”

“My mother. Influenza. Might be best if you and your men stay away.”

“I’ll take that into account, miss. Our cook is ill, and it might be the same. If we fetch a doctor for him, I’ll make certain he stops by here, too.”

“Thank you. But we can’t afford—”

“Don’t worry. I’ll make sure his fee is on the army’s bill.”

Rather than give her a chance to refuse his help, he turned and headed for camp. The flat valley floor provided him the opportunity to give his gelding its head, and the beast stretched forward its neck and covered the ground in short order.

As he unsaddled and curried his mount, Paul reflected on his good fortune once again. An already pleasant day had just turned delightful with the discovery of the girl with an attitude as fiery as the color of her hair.

He ran a hand down the chestnut’s foreleg, lifted the foot, and checked the hoof. All looked sound. He repeated the action for the other three legs. A cherry-sized rock tucked against the frog of a hind hoof, which he pried out. After fastening on a feed bag for the beast’s daily grain ration, he tossed on a saddle blanket against the night chill, then headed toward the cook’s wagon.

Already a crowd had gathered, plates in hand, awaiting their food. The temporary cook, red-cheeked, banged on a pan with a large spoon. “Hold your horses. If’n I hear any complainin’, you’ll sleep with an empty stomach tonight.” When the soldiers quieted, he nodded. “Good. I got bacon, beans, and cornbread. With bacon fat drippings, if’n you want ‘em. And coffee. And peach cobbler for dessert. So, file up orderly. Or else.”

Paul smiled. He’d chosen wisely, and the young man had risen to the challenge. He joined the queue, nodding to several, but otherwise kept to himself.

Yes siree, he was a lucky son of a gun. All through college, he’d prayed for direction for his career. The Civil War started, and he’d joined the Corps of Engineers. Building and repairing bridges in the middle of a war zone fulfilled his need for adventure and excitement. Too much, sometimes.

Plus, he felt the Lord had answered his prayers.

And now? Well, he’d asked God to make him useful for the kingdom. Diverting water so farmers and ranchers could expand their efforts was useful. And traveling made him feel like a missionary.

Yes, God had answered his prayers.

In many ways.

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1/22/2024

PRAYING FOR THE WEATHER
RUTH WUWONG

1/16/2024

THE OASIS KING: THE OASIS CHRONICLES
MARK DAVID PULLEN

1/12/2024

BELIEVE IN CHRISTMAS
CAROLE BROWN

1/5/2024

SHOULD VS WANT
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/2/2024

A KING FOR KINSELLA
DONNA SCHLACHTER

12/29/2023

WHISPERS OF HOPE
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/26/2023

WHERE DID PRINCE CHARMING GO?
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/19/2023

A REVIEW OF THE NEW TESTAMENT FOR EVERY ONE
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/18/2023

SANI:THE GERMAN MEDIC
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/15/2023

A BELL RINGERS EPIPHANY
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/8/2023

NEVER SAY NEVER
PATTI SHENE GONZALES

12/1/2023

A SUPERMARKET ANGEL
Linda Wood Rondeau

11/28/2023

JESUS ON THE 2 LINE
Noël Turner

11/24/2023

FACING THE FUTURE ALONE
DONNA SCHLACHTER

11/21/2023

TANGLED LIVES
CAROL MCCLAIN

11/17/2023

GIVE THANKS
Chelsea Kong

11/14/2023

TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS
Heidi Glick

11/10/2023

GOD IS APPROACHABLE
Linda Wood Rondeau

11/7/2023

HOW REAL LIFE SHAPES THE FICTION WE WRITE
MARY DODGE ALLEN

11/3/2023

CURE FOR THE WEARY SOUL
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/31/2023

COOKING UP TROUBLE
DONNA SCHLACHTER

10/27/2023

GOD IS EXCELLENT from Thirty Reasons to Feel Joy
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/24/2023

ROAD TRIP RESCUE
BECCA WIERWILLE

10/20/2023

IT'S A PROCESS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

10/17/2023

EVERY HIDDEN THING
Valerie Massey Goree

10/13/2023

BREAKING FREE OF FEAR
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/10/2023

SECOND HELPINGS
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/6/2023

LOST IN A DITCH
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/3/2023

ABOUNDING HOPE
CINDY KAY STEWART

9/29/2023

LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT
DONNA SCHLACHTER

9/26/2023

ROOTED: THE NIV BIBLE FOR MEN/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/23/2023

THE CARPENTER AND HIS BRIDE
PAULA K.PARKER

9/22/2023

ALL ELSE ASIDE
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/19/2023

WHY I LOVE THE SPOKEN MAGE SERIES
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/15/2023

NEW BEGINNINGS
Robin Leigh Morgan

9/12/2023

HEART RESTORATION/RENOVATIONS INC./BOOK 1
REGINA RUDD MERRICK

9/8/2023

RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LORD
Chelsea Kong

9/5/2023

TINA
DONNA SCHLACHTER

9/1/2023

STRENGTH THROUGH GRACE
JUDE D'SOUZA

8/29/2023

THE LETTER
Edwina Kiernan

8/25/2023

DO IT SCARED
DONNA SCHLACHTER

8/22/2023

WRITING HISTORICAL FICTION
LINDA HOOVER

8/18/2023

THIS THING CALLED PRAYER
Linda Wood Rondeau

8/15/2023

SHARING GOD'S LOVE THROUGH MY NOVELS
CAROLE BROWN

8/11/2023

IS GOD ARBITRARY?
Linda Wood Rondeau

8/8/2023

HE PASSES BY
Linda Wood Rondeau

8/4/2023

OF MICE AND HOLINESS
Linda Wood Rondeau

8/1/2023

The Widow's Cloak
Lynne Basham Tagawa

7/28/2023

DO WE WORSHIP THE WORK OR THE WORK GIVER?
Linda Wood Rondeau

7/25/2023

CURTAINS FOR MAGGIE
KAREN H.RICHARDSON

7/21/2023

GOD'S PROVIDENCE
JUDE D'SOUZA

7/18/2023

COUNTER ATTACK
Patricia Bradley

7/14/2023

THE IMPORTANCE OF HEARING GOD'S VOICE
Chelsea Kong

7/11/2023

HOPING FOR TREASURE
BETTIE BOSWELL

7/7/2023

SCRIPTURES FOR PARENTING
Robin Leigh Morgan

7/4/2023

The History of Matrimonial Bureaus and Dating Agencies
DONNA SCHLACHTER

6/30/2023

I SHOULD NEVER SAY NEVER
DONNA SCHLACHTER

6/27/2023

MY FAVORITE LEIA
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/23/2023

VICTORY OVER DEATH
Ellen Fannon

6/20/2023

THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/16/2023

CASTING STONES
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/13/2023

WHAT IS GRACE?
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/2/2023

LORD, WHAT ABOUT HIM?
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/28/2023

THE GARDEN CHILDREN'S BIBLE
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/25/2023

MARCH MADNESS AND ASSURED VICTORY
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/14/2023

HEALING BALM
CAROL MCCLAIN

3/3/2023

THE SOUND AND THE FURY
Linda Wood Rondeau

2/24/2023

THE BODY BEAUTIFUL
Linda Wood Rondeau

2/14/2023

SENSE AND SENSIBILITY
Linda Wood Rondeau

2/10/2023

WHISPERS OF HOPE
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/31/2023

GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN/JAMES BALDWIN
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/27/2023

TRUE REST
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/19/2023

Pilgrim's Progress
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/13/2023

DISPARITY VS. UNITY/HOW TO WORSHIP CORORATELY WITHIN DIVERSITY
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/3/2023

CATHY'S CHRISTMAS CONFESSION
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/30/2022

vanquishing the Christmas Blues
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/27/2022

ACQUAINTED WITH GRIEF
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/20/2022

A BRIDE FOR HARLEY
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/16/2022

SANTA'S RELUCTANT HELPER
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/13/2022

MATTHEW HENRY DAILY DEVOTIONAL BIBLE/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/6/2022

THE MIRACLE TREE
Linda Wood Rondeau

11/29/2022

A BELL RINGER'S EPIPHANY
Linda Wood Rondeau

11/22/2022

HOW TO WRITE YOUR BOOK FAST
Linda Wood Rondeau

11/18/2022

RUN YOUR OWN RACE
Linda Wood Rondeau

11/15/2022

A Talk About Bullying
Linda Wood Rondeau

11/11/2022

ESCAPE FROM AMSTERDAM/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/25/2022

TWO YEARS AGO/A TESTIMONY BY ROSEANNA WHITE
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/25/2022

THE NAZARENE'S PRICE/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/21/2022

SAY GRACE: A SCRIPTURAL FIELD GUIDE FOR WEIGHT LOSS/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/18/2022

RAISING KIDS FOR TOMORROW'S WORLD
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/11/2022

A LETTER TO MY SPOUSE
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/6/2022

#GODSHOTS
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/4/2022

THE DELIVERER/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/30/2022

MY AMAZING FATHER by Andrea Lyn Newell
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/26/2022

PRAISE THE LORD AND PASS THE PROZAC/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/20/2022

HIS GIFT/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/9/2022

Christmas Tree Wars
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/2/2022

A SUMMER'S MIDMORNING WALK
JOHN BARRINGER

8/20/2022

HANG ON EVERY WORD/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

8/15/2022

YOU WON'T KNOW HOW OR WHEN/ A BOOK REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

8/5/2022

PROTECTED: A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

7/16/2022

CHRISTMAS IN JULY READER BLOG TOUR & GIVEAWAY
Linda Wood Rondeau

7/15/2022

A REVIEW OF BENT TREE BRIDE
Linda Wood Rondeau

7/11/2022

THE ORIGIN OF OUR SELFISHNESS
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/28/2022

THE SYCAMORE STANDOFF/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/24/2022

SOARING WITH BROKEN WINGS
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/21/2022

HEADLINE MANIA
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/14/2022

CAST OUT/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/10/2022

TO WORSHIP THE WORK OR THE GIVER OF THE WORK
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/7/2022

A REVIEW OF THOUGH THE MOUNTAINS BE SHAKEN
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/3/2022

THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN'
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/31/2022

CLEANSED BY FIRE/A FATHER FRANK MYSTERY
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/27/2022

DONKEY DEVOS: A BOOK REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/24/2022

THE DARK GUEST: A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/20/2022

ANOTHER SLEEPLESS NIGHT
SHERRIE ZLOMKE

5/17/2022

AUNT IMA AMAZING
MICHELE MCCARTHY

5/10/2022

Journal the Word for Girls: My Review
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/10/2022

FLYING INTO LOVE: A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/6/2022

MUSIC, ME, FAMILY, AND GOD
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/3/2022

Collapse: Death of Friendship
Angela Shelton

4/29/2022

HE IS OUR PEACE
Linda Wood Rondeau

4/26/2022

TEXAS HEIRLOOM ORNAMENT: AN ANTHOLOGY
Linda Wood Rondeau

4/22/2022

Cooking With Hot Flashes
Linda Wood Rondeau

4/19/2022

PRODIGAL LIVES
Linda Wood Rondeau

4/15/2022

Madness in Wonderland
Linda Wood Rondeau

4/12/2022

ELIZA'S HOPE
Linda Wood Rondeau

4/8/2022

DEFENDING DAVID/ A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

4/5/2022

NOTHING IS EASY/A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

4/1/2022

WHY CAN'T MORNING COME WITH A START BUTTON?
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/29/2022

Unleash Your God-Given Healing: Eight Steps to Prevent and Survive Cancer
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/22/2022

Sweet Rivalry
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/18/2022

RESIST!
by Sherrie Zlomke

3/15/2022

Sweet Cranberries
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/11/2022

REFLECTIONS ON THE NAME OF GOD: A REVIEW
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/8/2022

THE PATENT: A REVIEW BY LINDA WOOD RONDEAU
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/4/2022

OBSTACLES
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/1/2022

WHY SHOULD WE STOP COMPLAINING?
Linda Wood Rondeau

2/22/2022

PROTECTING HER WITNESS
A Review by Linda Wood Rondeau

2/18/2022

Yesterday's Sweat
Linda Wood Rondeau

2/15/2022

Love Under Construction
A Review by Linda Wood Rondeau

2/11/2022

52 WEEKLY DEVOTIONS FOR FAMILY PRAYER
A Review by Linda Wood Rondeau

2/8/2022

Dear Beth
A Review by Linda Wood Rondeau

2/4/2022

Be Reconciled
Linda Wood Rondeau

2/1/2022

A Heart for the Sailor
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/28/2022

WHERE ARE YOU GOD?
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/25/2022

ALL THAT IS HIDDEN
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/21/2022

IT'S OKAY TO ASK WHY
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/18/2022

GHOSTS, ROMANCE, AND ENTERTAINMENT
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/14/2022

THE CURE FOR COMPLACENCY
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/11/2022

A NEW FICTION FRIDAY FORMAT/REVIEW OF DANGEROUS PURSUITS
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/7/2022

SHOULD VS WANT
Linda Wood Rondeau

1/4/2022

NOTHING IS EASY
Donna Schlachter

12/31/2021

WHAT DO YOU TELL YOURSELF?
CYNTHIA WHEATON

12/28/2021

THE PURPOSE REVEALED
JULIE COSGROVE

12/24/2021

101 QUIPS AND QUOTES BOOK 3
ADA ADELEKE-KELANI

12/21/2021

TEEN BOOK GIFT GUIDE
Candice Pedraza Yamnitz

12/17/2021

CHRISTMAS ON THE RIVER
MARTIN WILES

12/14/2021

NO PLACE LIKE HOME
AMY ANGUISH

12/10/2021

HIS PERFECT TIMING
J. CAROL NEMETH

12/7/2021

101 QUIPS AND QUOTES BOOK 2
ADA-ADELEKE-KELANI

11/30/2021

Baring the Soul
MARTIN WILES

11/23/2021

WHERE'S THE CHRISTIAN TEEN FICTION
CANDICE

11/19/2021

MAD LIBS FUN
HEIDI GRAY MCGILL

11/12/2021

WHY WRITE SUSPENSE?
CAROLE BROWN

11/10/2021

MOVING ADVENTURES
John Barringer

11/2/2021

ARMS OF FREEDOM
KATHLEEN NEELY

10/29/2021

CHOOSING JOY
CYNTHIA BAUGHAN WHEATON

10/26/2021

LIFE'S UNCERTAINTY
MARTIN WILES

10/19/2021

WORD PLAY MYSTERIES
JULIE COSGROVE

10/15/2021

BLOOMING IN BROKEN PLACES
DEBORAH MALONE

10/12/2021

GRACE FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS
TINA CRAIGHEAD

10/8/2021

JOLLY ANGEL CHRISTMAS
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/5/2021

A LIFE REDEEMED
OLIVIA RAE

10/1/2021

Turn the Right Way
Martin Wiles

9/28/2021

DARIA'S DUKE
LINDA SHENTON MATCHETT

9/24/2021

CONTROL IS A MISCONCEPTION
LINDA SHENTON MATCHETT

9/22/2021

WHERE DO WRITERS GET THOSE MARVELOUS IDEAS?
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/21/2021

FINDING THAT TENDER SPOT
CAROLE BROWN

9/17/2021

THE NOT SO GOOD GOOD OLD DAYS
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/14/2021

WONDERS OF THE GALAXY: A COLLECTION OF COSMIC TALES
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/9/2021

THE ADVENTURE BIBLE FOR KIDS
Linda Wood Rondeau

9/7/2021

MAKING UP TIME
VALERIE BANFIELD

9/3/2021

MAKING UP TIME
VALERIE BANFIELD

9/3/2021

THE GENESIS OF BORROWED LIVES
CAROL McCLAIN

8/31/2021

THE WEATHER GIRLS
JENNIFER LYNN CARY

8/27/2021

101 QUIPS AND QUOTES
ADA ADELEKE-KELANI

8/24/2021

A LETTER TO MY SPOUSE
Linda Wood Rondeau

8/20/2021

MAD LIB FUN: A FORMAT FOR BOOK REVIEWS
HEIDI GRAY MCGILL

8/17/2021

THE GIRL in the CARDBOARD BOX
JANE DALY

8/13/2021

WATCH THE TALK
MARTIN WILES

8/10/2021

JUSTICE AT DAWN
VALERIE MASSEY GOREE

8/6/2021

Hospitality and COVID
Linda Wood Rondeau

8/3/2021

SUMMER COVER-UP
SALLY JO PITTS

7/30/2021

RISK-TAKING IN JESUS' SHADOW
CHRISTINA SINISI

7/27/2021

HEAVIER THAN BROKEN HEARTS
LEE ANN BETTS

7/23/2021

CATCHING THE FICKLE FLYING FABLE
TERRI GILLESPIE

7/20/2021

THE VALLEY OF DRY BONES
DONNA SCHLACHTER

7/13/2021

LOVE FOUND IN CRANBERRY COVE
JUNE FOSTER

7/9/2021

A STUDY OF GREY’S ANATOMY
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

7/6/2021

THE JOHNSON KNIGHTS
ROBERT QUATTLEBAUM

7/4/2021

HIS GIFT
JOAN C. BENSON

7/2/2021

THIRD AND MAIN:BEFORE AND AFTER
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

6/29/2021

FREE GIFTS FOR GRADS
JANET HOLM MCHENRY

6/27/2021

FLOWERS FROM AFGHANISTAN
SUZY PARISH

6/25/2021

INTERRUPTIONS
TRACY CRUMP

6/22/2021

ALWAYS A WEDDING PLANNER
LEE ANN BETTS

6/18/2021

THE SUN'S ALWAYS OUT
KARIN BEERY

6/15/2021

THE MARITIME CURE
MICHELLE S. LOWE

6/11/2021

GOD'S ECONOMY
CYNTHIA BAUGHAN WHEATON

6/8/2021

ON SUGAR HILL
ANE MULLIGAN

6/4/2021

WOUNDED SOLDIERS: THE PEACEFUL VALLEY ANTHOLOGY
J. CAROL NEMETH

5/28/2021

BEING ETHEL IN A WORLD THAT LOVES LUCY
Michele Olson

5/21/2021

OH LORD, PLEASE DON'T LET ME BE MISUNDERSTOOD
KATHY COLLARD MILLER

5/18/2021

LIVING WATER
ALLISON WELLS

5/14/2021

GOD'S BEAUTIFUL COINCIDENCES
LINDA W ROOKS

5/11/2021

PAPER WOLF
CHRISSY M DENNIS

5/7/2021

WHO PUT THE VINEGAR IN THE SALT
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

5/4/2021

SURRENDERING HEARTS SERIES
Julie Arduini

4/30/2021

THE BUTTERFLY BLUEPRINT
STEPHANIE MILLER

4/27/2021

BENT TREE BRIDE
Denise Weimer

4/23/2021

A SONG FOR HER ENEMIES
SHERRI STEWART

4/20/2021

HANNAH A GOLD RUSH BRIDE
LINDA SHENTON MATCHETT

4/16/2021

THE RELUCTANT BILLIONAIRE
CAROL UNDERHILL

4/13/2021

NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN
TERRI WANGARD

4/9/2021

THE UNNAMED ZOOKEEPER
JENNIE SENAPATIRATNE

4/6/2021

PUPPY CIAO
ANNETTE OHARE

4/2/2021

REIN IN THAT HORSE
J CAROL NEMETH

3/30/2021

SPRING BETRAYAL
SALLY JO PITTS

3/26/2021

REMEMBERED
LYNNE BASHAM TAGAWA

3/23/2021

ANCHOR MY HEART
SARA BETH WILLIAMS

3/19/2021

THE RIGHT PATH
MARTIN WILES

3/16/2021

DEEP END OF THE LAKE
CAROL GRACE STRATTON

3/12/2021

THE RIGHT ATTIRE FOR A LOVING MARRIAGE
LINDA W ROOKS

3/9/2021

DREAMS REKINDLED
AMANDA CABOT

3/5/2021

NEHEMIAH: A MAN WHO USED THE PREGNANT PAUSE WELL
BARBARA M BRITTON

3/2/2021

ANCHOR MY HEART
SARA BETH WILLIAMS

2/26/2021

WASH YOUR HANDS
HEIDI GRAY MCGILL

2/23/2021

SONG OF SUGAR SANDS
DEBRA COLEMAN JETER

2/19/2021

TURNING THE HANDLE
MARTIN WILES

2/16/2021

A CHANGE OF SCENERY
DAVALYN SPENCER

2/12/2021

WALKING IN THE LIGHT
JOAN C. BENSON

2/9/2021

NIV BEAUTIFUL WORD COLORING BIBLE FOR GIRLS GIFT SET
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

2/7/2021

SECOND HELPINGS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

2/5/2021

365 WAYS TO LOVE YOUR CHILD
JULIE LAVENDER

2/2/2021

THE INN AT CRANBERRY COVE
JUNE FOSTER

1/29/2021

WHOSE BATTLE IS IT?
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

1/26/2021

WRITING HOME
AMY ANGUISH

1/22/2021

LANDSCAPING THE HEART AND SOUL
MELISSA HENDERSON

1/19/2021

THE PAST EVER PRESENT
DEBRA COLEMAN JETER

1/15/2021

BORN WITH A PURPOSE
MARTIN WILES

1/12/2021

LITTLE GREY CELLS
LEEANN BETTS

1/8/2021

LUCKY OR BLESSED
LYNNE MODRANSKI

1/5/2021

MY GIGI'S HOUSE
MEREDITH SAGE KENDALL

1/1/2021

OBEDIENCE HAS ITS REWARDS
KATHY COLLARD MILLER

12/30/2020

THE YEARS THE LOCUSTS ATE
JUNE FOSTER

12/28/2020

THE GAME IS AFOOT
LEEANN BETTS

12/25/2020

SMALL BOATS AND BIG WAVES
DONNA SCHLACTER

12/23/2020

CATHEDRAL STATE PARK, WEST VIRGINIA
JOHN BARRINGER

12/21/2020

THE MISTLETOE CONTRACT
JENNIFER CHASTAIN

12/18/2020

THE BEST GIFT OF THE SEASON
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

12/16/2020

PRIME OF MY LIFE
GAIL KITTLESON

12/14/2020

Northern Protector
Laurie Wood

12/11/2020

A PEEK AT THE JEWISH SHABBAT PART 2
SUSAN G MATHIS

12/9/2020

FULL CIRCLE
JAYME H MANSFIELD

12/7/2020

UNTIL THEN
GAIL KITTLESON

12/5/2020

GREEN STUFF AND HUBS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/2/2020

NOEL: THE CAT WHO CAME FOR CHRISTMAS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/30/2020

SNOWBOUND IN WINTERBERRY FALLS
ANN BRODEUR

11/27/2020

A PEEK AT THE JEWISH SHABBAT PART 1
SUSAN G MATHIS

11/25/2020

GREEN STUFF MAGIC
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/23/2020

CHRISTMAS WITH THE ENEMY
MARY VEE

11/20/2020

EXTRAORDINARY IN THE ORDINARY
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

11/18/2020

A PINK LADY THANKSGIVING/A STORY BEHIND THE STORY
DONNA SCHLACTER

11/13/2020

WHAT DO I VALUE
CYNTHIA SIMMONS

11/11/2020

JONAH GOT SWALLOWED
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/9/2020

TOGETHER FOR GOOD
PENEPOLE POWELL

11/6/2020

HARD FAITH
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/4/2020

WHEN GRANDMA FORGETS
CRYSTAL BOWMAN

11/2/2020

FORTUNE'S FALL
KATHERINE BARGER

10/30/2020

OF COMPUTERS AND BUMPERS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

10/28/2020

HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF BLUE ZONES?
SALLY JO PITTS

10/26/2020

SECOND HELPINGS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

10/23/2020

GOD SAID WAIT (AGAIN)
LOREE PEERY

10/21/2020

FIVE WAYS SENIORS CAN BOOST THEIR IMMUNE SYSTEMS
GINNY DENT BRANT

10/19/2020

SPRINKLED WITH SABOTAGE
ALLISON PEARL

10/16/2020

HOW WELL HAVE I LOOKED
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

10/14/2020

THE SLEUTH'S SURPRISE SPECIAL ONCORE POST
KIMBERLY ROSE JOHNSON

10/11/2020

A REVIEW OF NIV FULLY REVISED BIBLE STUDY
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

10/5/2020

SAVING GRACE
AMY R. ANGUISH

10/2/2020

IS GOD IN THE WHIRLWIND?
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

9/30/2020

IF YOU CAN'T BEAT 'EM JOIN 'EM
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

9/28/2020

DEADLY CONNECTION: SMALL TOWN GUARDIANS BOOK THREE
JENNIFER PIERCE

9/25/2020

ANGER CAN LEAD TO POSITIVE CHANGE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

9/23/2020

THE CURE FOR THE WEARY SOUL
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

9/21/2020

GOD REIGNS IN THE STILLNESS OF YOUR HEART
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

9/16/2020

MY HEART WEEPS
Pamela S. Thibodeaux

9/11/2020

THE GIFT
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

9/9/2020

WALKING IN A WRITER'S WONDERLAND
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

9/7/2020

THE SLEUTH'S SURPRISE
KIMBERLY ROSE JOHNSON

9/4/2020

HOW MANY CROSSES
JULIE COSGROVE

9/2/2020

CREAMING
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

8/31/2020

NRSV Simple Faith Bible
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

8/31/2020

HIS GIFT
JOAN C. BENSON

8/28/2020

A KERNEL OF THOUGHT
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

8/26/2020

LIFE IS THE ADVENTURE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

8/24/2020

THE AMISH MENORAH AND OTHER STORIES
PATRICK E. CRAIG

8/21/2020

HOW WELL HAVE I LOOKED
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

8/19/2020

QUITTING MY DAY JOB
DEBRA COLEMAN JETER

8/17/2020

THE HEART OF COURAGE
LYNNE BASHAM TAGAWA

8/14/2020

TRUSTING GOD
ANE MULLIGAN

8/12/2020

MURDER AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
LINDA SHENTON MATCHETT

8/7/2020

GREEN PASTURES AND STILL WATERS
JOAN C. BENSON

8/5/2020

BIBLE GATEWAY'S NEW WEBSITE LOOK
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

8/3/2020

DARK MOTIVES
ZANNE MARIE DYER

7/31/2020

HIDDEN TREASURE
TERESA J. KREGAR

7/29/2020

ADAPT OR DIE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

7/27/2020

THE STORY BEHIND DEN-A MODERN-DAY DANIEL
HOPE BOLINGER

7/24/2020

REVEAL THE NEW CREATION NOT THE ROOTSTOCK
NORMA GAIL

7/22/2020

SAY THANK YOU TO OUR FRIENDS IN BLUE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

7/20/2020

I Would Have Made a Very Good Pharisee
KATHY AND LARRY MILLER

7/17/2020

COVID-19 AND THE URGENT NEED FOR PROPER PERSPECTIVE
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

7/15/2020

THE SWEET COUPLE HOLDING HANDS
MELISSA HENDERSON

7/13/2020

REMODELING: AN AUTHOR'S STORY
SHANNAN TAYLOR VANATTER

7/10/2020

THE ONE THING I HAVEN'T HOARDED
MEREDITH SAGE KENDALL

7/8/2020

SURPRISE! SURPRISE! SURPRISE!
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

7/6/2020

RISK MANAGEMENT
LEEANN BETTS

7/3/2020

UNDERTOW
JULIE COSGROVE

7/1/2020

FROM FICTION TO NON-FICTION AND BACK AGAIN
GAIL KITTLESON

6/29/2020

COOKING UP A MYSTERY
GAIL PALLOTTA

6/26/2020

TRUST GOD IN THE FOG OF UNCERTAINTY
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

6/24/2020

WHO SAID GROWING OLD IS FUN?
MARTHA ROGERS

6/22/2020

THE WIDOW & THE WAR CORRESPONDENT
LINDA SHENTON MATCHETT

6/19/2020

KNOWN FOR WHAT
MARTIN WILES

6/17/2020

AND NOT TO YIELD
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

6/15/2020

YOU'RE BRILLIANT
JULIE ARDUINI

6/12/2020

GOSPEL FOCUSED IN THE FACE OF FEAR
JENNIFER SLATTERY

6/10/2020

MY CULTURAL DISCONNECT
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

6/8/2020

THE GREEN DRESS
LIZ TOLSMA

6/5/2020

AN IMPOSSIBLE PRICE
DAVALYNN SPENCER

6/3/2020

WHAT IS RETIREMENT
JULIE COSGROVE

6/1/2020

WHOLLY LOVED BY GOD
Victoria Mejias

5/27/2020

LOOKING UP OR LOOKING AWAY
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

5/25/2020

PURSUIT
JOHN OWENS

5/22/2020

Bible Gateway's Bible Audio App
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

5/21/2020

GOOD NEWS IS COMING
JULIE COSGROVE

5/20/2020

A HOPE AND A FUTURE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

5/18/2020

KATE
DONNA SCHLACTER

5/15/2020

CONFESS DON'T BURY
MARTIN WILES

5/13/2020

SEEKING GOD
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

5/11/2020

WHERE THE ROAD BENDS IN OUTBACK AUSTRALIA
DAVID RAWLINGS

5/8/2020

THE EXTRAORDINARY IS APPARENT IN THE ORDINARY
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

5/6/2020

HOW OLD ARE YOU
Rachel J. Good

5/4/2020

DEVYN'S DILEMMA
SUSAN G. MATHIS

5/1/2020

NOW HE'S ALONE
SUSAN K. STEWART

4/29/2020

IT'S NOT OKAY
MARTIN WILES

4/27/2020

LEAF ME ALONE
JULIE B. COSGROVE

4/24/2020

HURTING WITH THE BROKEN
SUSAN G. MATHIS

4/22/2020

EMBRACING MY INNER BOOMER
BARBARA BRITTON

4/20/2020

JUSTICE FOR ELIZABETH
MARY VEE

4/17/2020

WHEN LIFE FALLS APART ... DON'T
MARTIN WILES

4/15/2020

THE RACE FOR LILY
SHERRI STEWART

4/13/2020

WHEN HEARTS ENTWINE
BONNIE ENGSTROM

4/10/2020

IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO BE THANKFUL
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

4/8/2020

GRANNY ALICE
LYNNE BASHAM TAGAWA

4/6/2020

ROLL BACK THE CLOUDS
TERRI WANGARD

4/3/2020

THERE'S LOVE IN THOSE BURNT CASSEROLES
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

4/1/2020

RESILIENCE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

3/29/2020

RIVEN
H.L. WEGLEY

3/27/2020

ARTISAN COLLECTION BIBLE FOR GIRLS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

3/25/2020

RED LETTER DAY
PAT JEANNE DAVIS

3/21/2020

THE LOST COAST
PATRICK E. CRAIG

3/20/2020

LIVING BY LUCK
MARTIN WILES

3/18/2020

THE CABIN
ERIN UNGER

3/13/2020

THE TRUTH ABOUT PRAYERS: AN ATTRACTIVE AROMA TO GOD
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

3/11/2020

LIVING WITH CHANGE
MARTIN WILES

3/9/2020

THE PIT OF SELF-ASSURANCE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

3/4/2020

OUT OF THE EMBERS
AMANDA CABOT

2/28/2020

DON'T BE DISCOURAGED WITH YOUR SPIRITUAL GROWTH
KATHY AND LARRY MILLER

2/26/2020

WHEN THE GROCERY STORE CLERK HAS TO CHECK YOUR AGE
MELISSA HENDERSON

2/24/2020

HER SHINING EYES
JEANETTE MORRIS

2/21/2020

A DONUT KIND OF DAY
MARTIN WILES

2/19/2020

THE IMPORTANCE OF CREAMING
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

2/17/2020

THE STORY BEHIND OFF THE GROUND
CATHERINE RICHMOND

2/14/2020

Obedience: A Chance To Extend A Blessing
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

2/12/2020

MY REVIEW OF THE JESUS BIBLE ARTIST EDITION
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

2/10/2020

ACTS OF MALICE
NIKE CHILLEMI

2/7/2020

NEW LEAF
JULIE B. COSGROVE

2/5/2020

FRIENDS AT ANY AGE
ERIN UNGER

2/3/2020

THE CLOCK IS TICKING
TRACY WAINWRIGHT

1/31/2020

FORGIVENESS ISN'T EASY
TAMERA LYNN KRAFT

1/29/2020

IDENTITY CHECK
MARTIN WILES

1/27/2020

UNDER GROUND
LINDA SHENTON MATCHETT

1/24/2020

God's Delight To Reason Together Makes For A Huge Gift
TRINA BRESSER MATOUS

1/22/2020

IF YOU CAN'T BEAT 'EM, JOIN 'EM
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

1/20/2020

AN UNEXPECTED FAMILY
JUNE FOSTER

1/17/2020

EARTH KEEPERS
MARTIN WILES

1/15/2020

MY POSSESSIONS MATURE ALONG WITH ME
MARIE WATTS

1/13/2020

WHEN VALLEYS BLOOM AGAIN
PAT JEANNE DAVIS

1/10/2020

DECISION IN THE CROSSROAD
MEREDITH SAGE KENDALL

1/8/2020

EYES FRONT
TERRI MAIN

1/6/2020

MISSING DEPOSITS
LEEANN BETTS

1/3/2020

HOPE FOR A NEW YEAR
MARTIN WILES

1/1/2020

THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGING'
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/30/2019

IN AN INSTANT
TRACY WAINWRIGHT

12/27/2019

THE PURPOSE REVEALED
JULIE COSGROVE

12/25/2019

SANTA'S RELUCTANT HELPER
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/23/2019

IMPERFECT SNOWFLAKES
T.E. BRADFORD

12/20/2019

COUNTERFEIT DETECTORS
DONNA SCHLACTER (aka LEENN BETTS)

12/18/2019

THE PURSUIT OF WEALTH
DEBRA COLEMAN JETER

12/16/2019

THREE FRENCH HENS
LINORE BURKARD

12/13/2019

A BABY FOR CHRISTMAS
MARTIN WILES

12/11/2019

VANQUISHING THE CHRISTMAS BLUES
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/9/2019

RESTORING CHRISTMAS
JULIE ARDUINI

12/6/2019

SARA'S SURPRISE
SUSAN G. MATHIS

12/4/2019

GRANDMAS THEN VS GRANDMAS NOW
GAIL SATTLER

12/2/2019

MY GOOD SON
DONNA DeLORETTA BREANNAN

11/29/2019

STAYING FOCUSED
MARTIN WILES

11/27/2019

TECHNO BLUES
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/25/2019

FOREVER LATELY
LINORE BURKARD

11/22/2019

GOD'S DO-OVERS
LINDA SHENTON MATCHETT

11/20/2019

ADAPT OR DIE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/18/2019

THE TICKET
DEBRA COLEMAN JETER

11/15/2019

NEVER TIRED
MARTIN WILES

11/13/2019

CREAMING
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/11/2019

MISSING PIECES
LINSEY BRACKETT

11/8/2019

IS IT FAITH OR TRUST
DAVALYNN SPECER

11/6/2019

When our Get Up and Go Gets Up and Goes
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/4/2019

CONFLICT AVOIDANCE
SUSAN G. MATHIAS

11/1/2019

PRACTICALLY MARRIED
KARIN BEERY

10/30/2019

LIFE IS THE ADVENTURE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

10/28/2019

CASSANDRA AND THE COWBOY
JANINE MICK WILLS

10/25/2019

THE BANE OF INDECISION
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

10/23/2019

MY LIFE AS A BARCODE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

10/21/2019

UNWRAPPING HOPE
SANDRA ARDOIN

10/18/2019

THE VALLEY OF LIFE: FROM PROMISE TO FULFILLMENT
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

10/16/2019

THE QUEST FOR THIN
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

10/14/2019

FOOTPRINTS ON HER HEART
ANGELA BREIDENBACH

10/11/2019

EACH NEW SUNRISE
MARTIN WILES

10/9/2019

THE AMERICAN DREAM
ANGELA BREIDENBACH

10/7/2019

"Indian Attack"
Lynne Tagawa

10/4/2019

REFLECTIONS ON MOTHERHOOD
Marianne Wood

10/2/2019

FROM GOLDEN YEARS TO GOLDEN BELLS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

9/30/2019

Dreams Deferred
JUNE FOSTER

9/27/2019

THE CHORDS THAT BIND MY MEMORIES
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

9/23/2019

A NEW YORK YANKEE ON STINKING CREEK
CAROL MCCLAIN

9/20/2019

JUST BE STILL
MARTIN WILES

9/16/2019

JOY AFTER NOON
DEBRA COLEMAN JETER

9/13/2019

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU PAY A LITTLE ATTENTION
TRINA BESSER MATOUS

9/11/2019

Match Made in Heaven: A Novella
JULIE ARDUINI

9/6/2019

PENTAGON QUILTS:COMFORTERS
CLEO LAMPOS

9/4/2019

PRINCE CHARMING, SPIDERS, AND CHEMO
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

9/2/2019

THE MASTER'S PLAN
STEPHANY TULLIS

8/30/2019

IT IS NOT IN ME
ADAM BLUMER

8/28/2019

GRAY IS GRAND
LOREE PEERY

8/26/2019

SONG OF SUGAR SANDS
DEBRA COLEMAN JETER

8/23/2019

COCKROACHES AND LIGHT
MARTIN WILES

8/21/2019

A GOOD QUESTION
GEORGE CARGILL

8/19/2019

LOVE'S ALLEGIANCE
LINDA SHENTON MATCHETT

8/16/2019

SEE? GOOD.
JULIE COSGROVE

8/14/2019

LOVING THE BABY BOOMER GENERATION
ERIN UNGER

8/12/2019

WRITING THE PAST: THE DUST BOWL
CLEO LAMPOS

8/9/2019

EXPERIENCING GOD'S LOVE IN A BROKEN WORLD
ROY AND DEB HAGGERTY

8/7/2019

MAKING PRETTY THINGS
KATHY MCKINSEY

8/5/2019

THE STREET SINGER
KATHLEEN NEELY

8/2/2019

PLUG INTO GOD'S POWER
KATHY COLLARD MILLER

7/31/2019

ARE YOU TOO OLD TO BECOME AN AUTHOR
HARRY WEGLEY

7/29/2019

JANUS JOURNALS
H. L. WEGLEY

7/26/2019

ENJOY THE MEAL
MARTIN WILES

7/22/2019

DRIVING ON FLAT TIRES
BARBARA BRITTON

7/22/2019

WHERE I WAS PLANTED
HEATHER NORMAN SMITH

7/19/2019

WAITING FOR THE TEST
MELISSA HENDERSON

7/17/2019

IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

7/15/2019

TO THE RESCUE A SHORT STORY
PAT JEANNE DAVIS

7/12/2019

THE LEAST OF THESE
KATHLEEN NEELY

7/10/2019

KEEPING IT FRESH
WANDA O. HOT

7/8/2019

SUMMER PLANS AND OTHER DISASTERS
KARIN BEERY

7/5/2019

MY COMFORTER SAW IT COMING
MEREDITH KENDALL

7/3/2019

OVERFLOWING WITH BLESSINGS
CLEO LAMPOS

7/1/2019

AND THEN BLOOMS LOVE
SALLY JO PITTS

6/28/2019

IN THE MONEY
Leeann Betts

6/26/2019

HAVING THE PRIME OF MY LIFE
JO MASSARO

6/24/2019

AMMO (An Original Shorty Story)
JENNIFER HALLMARK

6/21/2019

BLESSINGS IN AN IMPERFECT WORLD
GAIL PALLOTTA

6/19/2019

GOLDEN GIRL
PAT JEANNE DAVIS

6/17/2019

POWER UP
JESSIE MATTIS

6/14/2019

BOOKENDS
KATHLEEN NEELY

6/12/2019

WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW
CLEO LAMPOS

6/10/2019

THE PINK BONNET
LIZ TOLSMA

6/7/2019

UNDERGROUND
JULIE COSGROVE

6/5/2019

Food, Families, and Fond Memories
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

6/3/2019

KATELYN'S CHOICE
SUSAN G. MATHIAS

5/31/2019

THE POWER OF LOVE
LISA SIMONDS

5/29/2019

HOSEA'S HEART
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

5/24/2019

FOR THOSE OVER FIFTY-FIVE
JUNE FOSTER

5/20/2019

FAITH AND HOPE
AMY R. ANGUISH

5/17/2019

A CONVENIENT COMPASSION
DONNA SCHLACHTER

5/15/2019

NEXT GENERATION
KATHLEEN NEELY

5/13/2019

FALLEN LEAF
JULIE COSGROVE

5/10/2019

TONGUE-TAMING 101
SUSAN G. MATHIAS

5/8/2019

Mimi and Bop
Melissa Henderson

5/6/2019

GRACE & LAVENDER
HEATHER NORMAN SMITH

5/3/2019

WHAT'S YOUR MOTIVATION
HEATHER SMITH

5/1/2019

NEVER TO OLD TO START OVER
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

4/29/2019

JULIA
VICKIE MCDONOUGH

4/26/2019

R and I
JULIE COSGROVE

4/24/2019

AS FAR AWAY AS POSSIBLE
BARRY NAPIER

4/22/2019

KATELYN'S CHOICE
SUSAN G. MATHIAS

4/19/2019

MY SINAI SAGA
JARM DEL BOCCIO

4/17/2019

THE WRITER'S CALLING
SHERRI STEWART

4/15/2019

When Valleys Bloom Again
Pat Jeanne Davis

4/12/2019

You Asked for It
STEVE STROBBLE

4/10/2019

PLAYING THROUGH THE FOG
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

4/8/2019

One Door Between Us
Tom Donnan

4/5/2019

Counterfeit Detectors
Leeann Betts

4/3/2019

SOMETIMES WE JUST NEED TO TURN OFF THE GPS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

4/1/2019

BURIED MOUNTAIN SECRETS
TERRI REED

3/29/2019

LANDING HARD
ERIN UNGER

3/27/2019

DON’T CALL HER MA’AM
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

3/25/2019

CAPTURE ME
SHERRY KYLE

3/22/2019

LOVING ONE ANOTHER
JERRI HARRINGTON

3/20/2019

When Your Past Looms Longer than Your Future
Debra Coleman Jeter

3/18/2019

UNDER PRAIRIE SKIES
CYNTHIA ROEMER

3/15/2019

TAKIN' IT TO THE LIMIT
TAMMY WHITEHURST

3/13/2019

OUR MCDONALDS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

3/11/2019

A Tender Hope
Amanda Cabot

3/8/2019

DON'T HIT THE FAN
Julie Cosgrove

3/6/2019

BORN TOO LATE
DIANNE BARKER

3/4/2019

PARHELION
LISA LICKEL

3/1/2019

NOT OF THIS WORLD
JUNE FOSTER

2/27/2019

PERSPECTIVE
LISA LICKEL

2/25/2019

CAROLINA GRACE
REGINA MERRICK

2/22/2019

THE POWER OF "WITH"/OVERCOMING ANXIETY
BARBARA BRITTON

2/20/2019

IS IT THE BEGINNING OR THE END
KATHLEEN NEELY

2/18/2019

A LOVE MOST WORTHY
SANDRA ARDOIN

2/16/2019

HITTING YOUR SPIRITUAL GROOVE
LINDA HANNA AND DEBORAH DULWORTH

2/13/2019

MY TO-DO LIST
SHERRI STEWART

2/11/2019

YOU'RE AMAZING
JULIE ARDUINI

2/8/2019

STIRRED, NOT SHAKEN
JULIE COSGROVE

2/6/2019

ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

2/3/2019

LOVE'S RESCUE
LINDA SHENTON MATCHETT

2/1/2019

COURTING DANGER
NIKE CHILLEMI

1/25/2019

A CHURCH PLANTER'S WIFE
Meredith Kendall

1/23/2019

MAMA, I CAN'T TAKE A BATH THERE'S A FISH IN THE TUB
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

1/21/2019

JOHN ALDEN ... A SHORT STORY
LYNNE BASHAM TAGAWA

1/18/2019

FIG LEAVES RIPPING?
Kathy Collard Miller

1/16/2019

EAT RIGHT NOW LIVE LONGER LATER
Jude Urbanski

1/14/2019

THE OTHER NEIGHBOR
Gail Sattler

1/11/2019

A BEFORE I
Julie Cosgrove

1/9/2019

AM I STRESSED?
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

1/7/2019

NO TURNING BACK
H. L. Wegley

1/4/2019

EVERYDAY CHOICES
Gail Pallotta

1/2/2019

SHOULD VS WANT
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/31/2018

ALLEY'S PERFECT ANGEL
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/28/2018

YOU ARE THE APPLE OF HIS EYE
Kathy Collard Miller

12/26/2018

I'LL BE ALONE FOR CHRISTMAS ... YOU CAN COUNT ON ME
Julie Cosgrove

12/24/2018

A SILVER MEDALLION
James Callan

12/21/2018

WHY WE SING JOY TO THE WORLD!
Ada Brownell

12/19/2018

THE ONLY CONSTANT IS CHANGE
LINDA SHENTON MATCHETT

12/17/2018

THE AMISH MIDWIFE'S SECRET
Rachel Good

12/14/2018

Coming Home For Christmas
MICHELLE DE BRUIN

12/12/2018

LIVING WITHOUT REGRET
Grant Ferguson

12/10/2018

CHRISTMAS WITH THE ENEMY
Mary Vee

12/7/2018

WHY DO WE NEVER LEARN
Linda Wood Rondeau

12/5/2018

GROWING UP CAN BE FUN SO IS GETTING OLDER
ELLIE GUSTAFSON

12/3/2018

RETURN TO WALHALLA
LAURA HODGES POOLE

11/30/2018

SAVED BY THE LAMB
Julie Cosgrove

11/28/2018

SOARING WITH BROKEN WINGS
Linda Wood Rondeau

11/19/2018

HOMELESS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
PeggySue Wells and Marsha Wright

11/16/2018

FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS
Sandy Kirby Quandt

11/14/2018

HAIR CALAMITIES AND HOT CASH
GAIL PALLOTTA

11/9/2018

NEVER TOO LATE
DIANE TATUM

11/5/2018

MEET ME IN GALVESTON
ANDREA BOESHAAR

10/26/2018

The Not So Good Good Old Days
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/22/2018

HARVEST OF BLESSINGS
JUNE FOSTER

10/19/2018

MEET JENNIFER SLATTERY
Jennifer Slattery

10/5/2018

HONESTLY SPEAKING
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/3/2018

Perceptual Blindness
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/1/2018

THE PUTTING GREEN WHISPERER
ZOE MCCARTHY

9/14/2018

The God of the Mundane
Linda Wood Rondeau

8/30/2018

WHEN I WAS THREE
Linda Wood Rondeau

7/16/2018

He Passes By
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/15/2018

Bryan's Homecoming
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/8/2018

EMERGENCE
Linda Wood Rondeau

6/1/2018

THE PURSUIT OF PEACE
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/30/2018

Live Long and Prosper
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/24/2018

THE REAL DEAL
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

5/16/2018

Antiquainted Man
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

5/11/2018

SOMETHING NEW
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

5/4/2018

IF AT FIRST YOU DON’T SUCCEED TAKE A BUBBLE BATH THEN TRY AGAIN
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

2/26/2018

REMEMBERING CHRISTMAS
John Brewer

12/24/2017

FOOTPRINTS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/20/2017

FUNNY WITH A POIGNANT MESSAGE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/8/2017

MUTUAL SUBMISSIVENESS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/29/2017

CASTING STONES
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/17/2017

HEADLINE HYSTERIA
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

10/31/2017

COUNTRY ROADS
Linda Wood Rondeau

10/12/2017

STUPIDITY IS NO EXCUSE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

10/7/2017

Beauty Queen and Humorist Shares Her Latest Book
JANE JENKINS HERLONG

6/13/2017

AS IN THE DAYS OF NOAH/WHO PUT THE VINEGAR IN THE SALT/CHAPTER 2A
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

6/7/2017

WHO PUT THE VINEGAR IN THE SALT/CREATED TO BE SALT PART B
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/30/2017

WHO PUT THE VINEGAR IN THE SALT/ CREATED TO BE SALT/PART A
Linda Wood Rondeau

5/20/2017

CELEBRATE YOUR FEMINITY
Linda Wood Rondeau

4/13/2017

THE FIFTY-FIFTY CONUNDRUM
Linda Wood Rondeau

4/6/2017

THE ROCK OF OUR FUTURE
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/31/2017

FRIENDSHIP IS STICKY BUSINESS
Linda Wood Rondeau

3/14/2017

PASS THE LOVE, PLEASE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

1/17/2017

STRANDED BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

1/10/2017

BATTLE WITH A BUMBLEBEE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

1/3/2017

BATTLE FATIGUES
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/27/2016

ACQUAINTED WITH GRIEF
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/24/2016

LOVE IN A SUITCASE
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/20/2016

FRIENDSHIP IS STICKY BUSINESS
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/14/2016

ROOT FOR THE HOME TEAM
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/13/2016

KERI'S CHRISTMAS WISH
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

12/5/2016

Raising a Child With Autism
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/30/2016

SHOULD OR WANT
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/22/2016

CONFESSIONS OF A GARDENS SLUGGARD
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/16/2016

GRANDMA PRAYED WHILE IRONING
LINDA WOOD RONDEAU

11/8/2016

The Day Super Mom Died
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11/1/2016

FOLLOW WHICH LEADER?
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10/25/2016

ROYAL LEGACY
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10/18/2016

MY SHEEP KNOW MY VOICE
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10/11/2016

THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR WALKING
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9/28/2016

THE POWER OF ONE
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9/20/2016

A LIFELONG PURSUIT
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9/13/2016

A TEENAGED ROBIN HOOD
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9/5/2016

NUGGETS OF GRACE
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8/31/2016

THE CHOICE TO FAIL
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8/24/2016

DOUBLE CHOCOLATE TROUBLE
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8/17/2016

JUST LIKE MY DADDY
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8/9/2016

PATIENT PRAYING
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7/26/2016

MEET DARLENE FRANKLIN/SCAVENGER HUNT/LAST STOP
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7/17/2016

PATIENT WISDOM
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7/12/2016

OF PETS AND PERSISTENCE
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7/5/2016

God's Server Never Shuts Down
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6/10/2016

Blessed to be a Blessing
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5/18/2016

Mama, I Can't take a Bath 'Cause There's a Fish in the Tub
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5/4/2016

SOUR GRAPES OR BLESSED FRUIT
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4/28/2016

IT'S WHAT THEY DO
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4/17/2016

MEET JOHNNIE ALEXANDER
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2/3/2016

FROM LIGHT TO BRIGHT
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1/15/2016

SURRENDERING TO THE CALL
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1/8/2016

MY QUEST
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1/4/2016

MY INTIMATE JOURNEY WITH MY HEROINE BY NIKE N. CHI
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12/22/2015

ACQUAINTED WITH GRIEF
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12/8/2015

When Art Imitates Life: An Author's Book Journey
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12/4/2015

Settled By Faith
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11/27/2015

JOY COMETH IN THE MORNING
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11/24/2015

From Little Golden Books to Summer's List
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11/20/2015

THE EDUCABLE MOMENT
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11/17/2015

There's love in them there casseroles
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11/4/2015

Searching for God With All My Heart
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10/30/2015

I RUN TO YOU
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10/27/2015

Sweetening Our Sour Grapes
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10/23/2015

THE FALL THAT LIFTS
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10/20/2015

A Walk With God
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10/9/2015

Disappointment and Discouragement
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10/6/2015

STIRRING TRUTH
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10/2/2015

PENNED BY GOD'S OWN HAND
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9/25/2015

The Masterpiece
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9/22/2015

RESTORED HEARTS and a Writer's Journey
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9/18/2015

THE WRITER'S JOURNEY: Meditations on the Road
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9/11/2015

DIALOGUING OUR FEARS
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9/8/2015

WHY A BOOK OF PRAYERS?
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9/4/2015

From Lettuce to Pages
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8/27/2015

AND NOT TO YIELD
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8/24/2015

BONNIE LEON WRITES TO ENCOURAGE THE DISABLED
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8/21/2015

FAITH WORTH THE FIGHT
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8/14/2015

CANT HAVE ONE WITHOUT THE OTHER
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8/10/2015

THE WINDING TRAIL
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7/31/2015

The Flavorful Church
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7/28/2015

Commitment Phobia
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7/24/2015

God knows our hearts
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7/21/2015

God Had Other Plans
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7/17/2015

BE ANGRY AND SIN NOT
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7/14/2015

God's Writer: Jan Elder
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7/10/2015

THE CURE FOR THE WEARY SOUL
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7/7/2015

Surely Goodness and Mercy Gail Kittleson
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7/3/2015

OF THEE I SING
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6/30/2015

A HUNGER FOR GOD
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6/26/2015

What Do We Ask God For?
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6/24/2015

BUCK STORM SINGER/SONGWRITER/STORYTELLER
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6/19/2015

STRESS: THAT OTHER HOMEWRECKER
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6/16/2015

A Dream Come True of Being A Writer
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6/12/2015

COURAGE IS NOT THE ABSENCE OF FEAR
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6/9/2015

Meet Shannon Vannetter Christian Author
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6/5/2015

JOY COMES IN THE MORNING
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6/2/2015

EMPTY NETS
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5/26/2015

Bucketwish
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5/23/2015

Loyalty that Springs from Spirituality
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5/20/2015

Wonderfully Made
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3/8/2015

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2/7/2015

HAPPY NEW YEAR
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