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Deep in the Heart of Trouble by Deanne Gist

It took me a while to get a copy of this book, so I’ve just started it. Yet I can not tell you how excited I am to be reading this one. I’ve have been looking forward to Deep in the Heart of Trouble ever since I finished reading Courting Trouble last fall. Click the book image to read that review on my goodreads page. One thing that I can tell you is that I do not know how many times I have picked up this book and just stare at the cover. They did a great job with this one. The flowers on the dress look as if they are 3D and seriously I reach out to touch them thinking they’ll be bumpy on the cover, but nope, just an image. Really beautiful at that! – MJ This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingDeep In The Heart Of Trouble(Bethany. . .

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Trion Rising by Robert Elmer

It is time to play a Wild Card! Every now and then, a book that I have chosen to read is going to pop up as a FIRST Wild Card Tour. Get dealt into the game! (Just click the button!) Wild Card Tours feature an author and his/her book’s FIRST chapter! You never know when I might play a wild card on you! Today’s Wild Card author is: Robert Elmer and his book: Trion Rising Zondervan (May 1, 2008) ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Meet Robert For as long as I can remember I’ve always loved writing. When I was in grade school, I created a family newspaper, wrote essays for fun. In high school, I took every writing class available. My parents, both from Denmark, passed along to me a love of language and books. Writing naturally came from that kind of environment. I graduated from Ygnacio Valley High School in. . .

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Interview with Sue Dent (Wild Card Tour)

Sue, I’ve been doing a little research into your book. Congrats!You’ve gotten some great kudos for the book and I’m even more anxiousto read it. Yes, I’m always surprised when another review rolls in. Especially Iusually never solicit for them! I’d always heard getting thosereviews would be tough and many first time novelists must send outreview copies to get the reviews that people will pay attention to.Good thing God’s in control! J My first publisher didn’t have time tosend out review copies. We were on a deadline to get the books toBook Expo 2006 for my author signing. What readers do you think would most enjoy this book? Based on the reviews—everyone! My mom looks at everything I do witha critical eye and rose above that to tell me she really enjoyed it.Many CBA readers have rushed to embrace it. Horror readers, Fantasyreaders, readers who like good books—you name it.. . .

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