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New Books

Thimbles and Threads

Love Stitched into Four Women’s Lives Enjoy four historical romances that celebrate the arts of sewing and quilting. When four women put needle and thread to fabric, will their talents lead to love? Bygones by Mary Davis Texas, 1884 Drawn to the new orphan…

The Story Raider

Deceiving an empire is a treacherous game Tanwen and the Corsyth weavers race to collect the strands of an ancient cure that might save Gryfelle. But Tanwen has a secret--Gryfelle isn't the only one afflicted by the weaver's curse. As Queen Braith struggles…

New Authors

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Barbara M. Sutryn

My first fiction book, The Sign Painter,was published in 1985 by Tyndale A biography of Wilmos Csehy (Heartstrings)in 2004, a memoire that reads like fiction, Translucent Fact: Cutting Boards & Roses, in 2012. I have also published many articles and poems.…

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P H Thompson

P.H. Thompson is a former oncology nurse, turned writer. When not writing, she leads women’s Bible studies, speaks at women’s conferences, spoils her active grandchildren, and takes long naps to recover. She and her husband live near Toronto, and have…

This week's interview

Janet W. Ferguson

Portrait of author Janet W. Ferguson grew up in Mississippi and writes humorous inspirational fiction for people with real lives and real problems.

"I Pray that His Word is spread through my novels, and when that is no longer the case, I know it’s time to step away from the keyboard. I Pray that writing not be more important that the real people who pass through my path."

This month's book club

Swept into Destiny (July 2019)

Book Cover Forced to call each other enemies, can their love survive?

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One Leaf Too Many (August 2019)

Book Cover When three friends, Shannon, Bailey and Jessica, decide to look into Bailey’s ancestral history, they find more than a leaf on the internet. They discover an unsolved disappearance that may have repercussions for a prominent political powerhouse family. The more they dig around her family roots, the deeper in danger they get.

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