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Book Review: Every Secret Thing by Ann Tatlock

Coming-of-age revisited. A thoughtful, nostalgic yet adult trip down adolescent lane. Read More »

Book Review: Your Doctor Said WHAT? by Dr. Terrie Wurzbacher

Physicians will benefit if they take Wurzbacher's criticisms to heart. Patients will be empowered to be more proactive in their own care. Read More »

Book Review: Running Toward Home by Betty Jane Hegerat

A beautifully written story that's a segue to the world of fostering and kids-in-care. Read More »

Book Review: The Heir by Paul Robertson

A well-written suspense thriller that’s more than just a light read. Read More »

Book Review: Summer of Light by W. Dale Cramer

Leaves an aftertaste far more lasting than you’d expect from a book that goes down so easily. Read More »

Book Review: My Feet Aren’t Ugly – A Girl’s Guide to Loving Herself from the Inside Out by Debra Beck

Part big sister, part mentor, part cheerleader and always encourager, the author shares her own struggles, fears, and relates stories from her own experience. Read More »

Book Review: Renovating Becky Miller by Sharon Hinck

An entertaining and well-written novel, with lots of thoughtful stuff sneaked in under cover of all that hammering, painting, multitasking, and slapstick. Read More »

Book Review: In Search of Eden by Linda Nichols

A thoughtful and satisfying read that will leave you feeling warmed and hopeful. Read More »

Book Review: Abraham’s Well by Sharon Ewell Foster

By this book’s end you will be stronger and wiser for having taken the journey. Read More »

Book Review: How You Leave Them Feeling by Jesse Ferrell

How you treat your spouse, kids, boss, students, co-workers, or the next telemarketer, panhandler, supermarket clerk, could change your life. Read More »