Jill Hart is an avid reader and reviewer. In addition to Blogcritics, her reviews can be found on RadiantLit, The Suspense Zone and Trashionista.com. Her newest addition is a blog on PreciousMoms.com entitled Radiant Readers. Jill also runs a network of sites for Christian Work at Home Moms including CWAHM.com, CWAHD.com and CWAHMnetwork.com.
"Do the work it requires to be a writer... But as you do, surrender your dreams to God and allow Him to open the doors."
I just finished watching the newly released animated movie, The Ten Commandments, and I was thoroughly impressed.
The book is a combination of song lyrics and Grant’s thoughts from the time periods when each song was written.
If all the evidence was in one place, could we then determine the answer to the age old question?
The story is so realistic, so true to life, that it made it hard to read and impossible to put down.
I had no idea what I was in for when I began reading this novel.
Filled with lies, manipulation and intrigue, this novel is hard to put down.
This bio-novel of Jane Austen’s life tells as close to her real story as possible.
To say that Diane Kurasik loves movies would be a bit of an understatement.
"I hope this technology will give us a sense of a seminar."