Deeanne Gist’s eShort gives readers a peek inside the world’s fair. Tempest in the White City is a digital short story available from online retailers for 99 cents. Deeanne Gist fans won’t have to wait until the April 30 release of It Happened at the Fair to read her latest work! On March 19, readers will be able to purchase the e-short, Tempest in the White City, a 40-page short story prelude to It Happened at the Fair, for 99 cents from all online retailers. While the characters from the short story are not carried over into the full-length release, audiences will get a taste of the awe-inspiring backdrop of the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair and will be anxious to spend more time exploring the exhibition. In true Gist form, Tempest in the White City combines her trademark humor with romance. Hunter Scott is one of the elite. A Chicago. . .
Emma and her puppy, Dixie, are inseparable after-school friends.
But when Emma starts preparing for her class’s production of The Wizard of Oz, Dixie feels left out. She wants to romp and play, but all Emma wants to do is memorize her lines in peace and quiet. Dixie does not understand.
Dixie, the mischievous puppy who is trying to be good, will be embraced by beginning readers.
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Yes, there is about ten or so more days left… but I’ll cut it off here. This year I read 313 of my goal for 300 books this year. I might make 315 by years end! Then there is also a good half dozen or so in the DNF pile that I may or may not ever go back to. My understanding is that I read approximately 53,069 pages. Lots of children’s picture books, a few board books, some non fiction, and tons of Christian Historical Fiction. Earlier today I was asked for my favorite read of 2011. That was a hard decision to make, but after narrowing it down to about six or so, I finally chose… The Lady of Bolton Hill by Elizabeth Camden, which if I’m not m istaken is her debut novel! I cannot wait for her next one coming in 2012 The Rose of Winslow. . .
Susan Mitchell sees herself as an ordinary soccer mom, until she’s pulled through a portal into another world, where a nation grappling for its soul waits for a promised Restorer to save their people.
She has always longed to do something important for God, but can she fill this role?
While she struggles to adapt to a foreign culture, she tackles an enemy that is poisoning the minds of the people, uncovers a corrupt ruling Council, and learns that God can use even her floundering attempts at service in surprising ways.
This new expanded edition of The Restorer includes an in-depth devotion guide for readers who want to dig into the spiritual themes of the book, bonus scenes providing glimpses of the story through a variety of characters, and fun extras including links to songs and recipes.
The annual Deep Haven fishing contest draws professional and amateur anglers from across the country, but this year, Ross Springer is determined to win the top cash prize. In fact, he has no choice. It’s his last chance to leave a lasting legacy at Bethel College. He just never imagined his fundraising scheme would hook Abigail Cushman, the grad student who reminds him of all they’d had—and lost—every time she glances his way.
Abigail Cushman may not know the difference between a bass and a trout, but how hard can it be to catch a fish? She’s a quick learner, and she’s certain her smarts can net her a win over Ross Springer, the handsome charmer she’s tried to forget since grief tore them apart.
In the ultimate showdown between brains and heart, will Ross and Abby reel in more than they bargained for?
In this prequel to Flee the Night—the first book in Susan May Warren’s critically acclaimed Team Hope series—Lacey Galloway leads a rather predictable life as a contractor for the Department of Defense. But news that Sergeant First Class Jim Micah is missing in action leads her on a dangerous trek overseas to rescue the man who secretly captured her heart.
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If you use the button above, I’ll get some affiliate credit. Thanks to share the love… These are also free on Amazon. Please use this link if you would… Breathe Devastated by the loss of four sons to tuberculosis and his wife in childbirth, a Philadelphia patriarch sends his three living children west in 1883 to make a new life in the clean mountain air of Colorado Springs. Odessa is struggling to survive consumption; Moira is beautiful and dangerously headstrong; and pugnacious Dominic is charged with establishing a new arm of the family business a business he doesn’t want. Readers will love The Homeward Trilogy, in which the St. Clair siblings struggle to follow where the heavenly Father leads them. Surrender the Wind Product Description Seth Braxton, a patriot of the American Revolution, unexpectedly inherits his loyalist grandfather’s estate in England. Seth is torn between the land he. . .
This Fine Life by Eva Marie Everson This Fine Life proves that growing into love can rip one apart, quitting might be the easiest thing, but walking away is out of the question. I bled with these characters as they struggled to become who they were meant to be. So real and so true to life.”–Lauraine Snelling, author, Daughters of Blessing series It is the summer of 1959 and Mariette Puttnam has just graduated from boarding school. When she returns to her privileged life at home, she isn’t sure where life will take her. More schooling? A job? Marriage? Nothing feels right. How could she know that she would find the answer waiting for her in the narrow stairwell of her father’s apparel factory, exactly between the third and fourth floors? In this unique and tender romance, popular author Eva Marie Everson takes you on a journey through the heart. . .
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Two Hearts. One Hope. Rose has been appointed as a healer’s apprentice at Hagenheim Castle, a rare opportunity for a woodcutter’s daughter like her. While she often feels uneasy at the sight of blood, Rose is determined to prove herself capable. Failure will mean returning home to marry the aging bachelor her mother has chosen for her—a bloated, disgusting merchant who makes Rose feel ill. When Lord Hamlin, the future duke, is injured, it is Rose who must tend to him. As she works to heal his wound, she begins to understand emotions she’s never felt before and wonders if he feels the same. But falling in love is forbidden, as Lord Hamlin is betrothed to a mysterious young woman in hiding. As Rose’s life spins toward confusion, she must take the first steps on a journey to discover her own destiny. Lillian Haswell, brilliant daughter of the local apothecary,. . .
Touched By Mercy by Tina Pinson (Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc) Angelina! She wasn’t Samantha’s daughter, but she should have been. Samantha mothered her with love like she was her own. The child became heaven in her world. Now the child was gone. Samantha felt her world slipping away. She had to find Angelina. She prayed. But doubted God would hear her. How could he when she was so dirty? And how could she trust a God who she believed abandoned her? Hopefully this God wouldn’t abandon Angelina, but she can’t be certain. With little faith that God will protect Angelina, Sam is driven to find the child. God uses the gentle hands of another carpenter to strip back the layers of abuse that have tarnished her faith and worth to teach Sam there is mercy and love instead of shame. And show her, that though it seems out of reach,. . .
Zondervan (5+ titles) Sophie’s Secret[NOOKbook] by: Nancy N. Rue When some of Sophie’s relatives come to town for Thanksgiving and create a whirlwind of sightseeing, including nearby Jamestown, Sophie sees an archeological excavation in progress and pictures herself as a female Indiana Jones. ‘Excellent for Homeschool Use’ Barnes & Noble NOOKbook Devices: Sony Reader, Nook, PC, Mac, Linux Format: Adobe Digital Editions ePub (Secure) The Case for Christmas: A Journalist Investigates the Identity of the Child in the Manger by Lee Strobel By focusing on the ‘hows’ and whys’ of Christmas, this warm yet journalistic work will help believers reaffirm their faith while guiding seekers as they pursue solid answers about this miraculous occurrence. With material from The Case for Christ as well as new ideas from author Lee Strobel, this audio download is designed to be a tool to share with others who want to understand what happened at. . .
Action-packed suspense of a reluctant larger-than-life hero who finds himself in the vortex of rapidly changing world events. Dominion Trilogy book 1.
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