Imperfect Justice: Lines about Book 2 in the Hidden Justice Series by Cara Putman

Imperfect Justice: Lines about Book 2 in the Hidden Justice Series by Cara Putman

Note: I received a free ARC (advanced reader copy) of the book, Imperfect Justice to review. All opinions of the book are my own and were not influenced by this gift.  At the end, an affiliate link is included in case you would like to purchase this highly recommended book.   Does justice always work out?  […]

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Cara Putman Beyond Justice

Beyond Justice: Lines about Book 1 in the Hidden Justice Series by Cara Putman

Legal suspense might be one of my favorite genres.  There is something about courtroom drama that can be riveting.  Although I have never had any desire to become a lawyer myself, I am intrigued by the process.  Especially if the ultimate desire is to delve deep enough to find the truth.  While I may be […]

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Reading Lines for a Remarkable Advent

Ever since our youngest was little, we have been purposefully observing the season of advent.  For our family, simply celebrating Christmas is not enough.  Advent is so much more.  In case you are unfamiliar with that term, below is the definition. Advent: The period beginning four Sundays before Christmas, observed in commemoration of the coming […]

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Lines of Hope for the Financially Frustrated Featuring the Book “More than Just Making It” by Erin Odom

I think my husband and I would agree that becoming self-employed has been the best/hardest thing that we have ever done.  We had no idea getting into our own business would involve so many struggles.  Yet this very process has caused us to lean on God and each other in ways that we never would […]

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The Confessional Lines of a Recovering Over-Achiever

One day when I was shopping, I came across this t-shirt. After reading the words, my heart sank.  Now before I start sounding like a lecture, I do think that is the trouble with society these days.  We somehow have bought the lie that the more we do, the better we are.  The more we […]

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Seven Songs for My Savior: Song Six: “No Eye Had Seen” by Michael W. Smith & Amy Grant

Michael W. Smith’s “Christmas” might have been one of the very first cd’s that I owned.    Since then he has created several albums, but I think his first one will always be one of my very favorites.  I think because the album seems to flow together naturally from one song to the next. Song number […]

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