Tag: inspirational fiction

Heirlooms by Sandra Byrd: A Review

Sometimes you read a book that really resonates with you. This title, Heirlooms, did that for me. Here is my unbiased review. “Hand taste. Or taste of the hand. It means that each woman takes a recipe or a way of making food, and then if she feels it should be different, if she’s confident […]

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Maryann Landers Interview – the Author of the Alaskan Women of Caliber Series

In August of 2018, I had the privilege of visiting Alaska with my family. I loved the raw beauty that was evident everywhere. God is a magnificent creator. After only spending a week there, it became evident that in order to live in this state full time, you have to be made of hearty stuff. […]

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The Written Lines of Nebraska Writer, Stephanie Grace Whitson

Through the years, I have developed a long list of favorite authors.  One of the women will always stay near the top of my list, partially because she has set many of her books in Nebraska but partially because she knows how tell a great story that resonates truth.  Recently I was privileged to have […]

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