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Looking Out the Window: Danele Rotharmel Introduces Time Trap, The Second Book In The Time Counselor Chronicles

A Warm Welcome to Danele Rotharmel She'll give away a signed print copy of Time Trap and a “White Rose Prize Package”  It contains the following items. (U.S. residents only) • A white rose teacup and saucer • A white rose journal (Faith Sees the Invisible) • A white rose notepad To enter to win leave a comment and an e-mail address below She also shares a favorite Bible verse and recipe To Nourish the Soul 1 Corinthians 9:24, “Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize.” Fond Memories And A Yummy Pecan Pie Recipe  Pecan pie and 1 Corinthians 9:24 always remind me of my great-grandmother Kathryn. Kathryn was an extremely spunky lady. She worked hard, and if she wanted something done, she went out and did it herself. She taught herself carpentry skills and created elaborate shelves, bedroom closets, and kitchen cupboards. She even took the wood from apple cra

Looking Out the Window: Carlene Havel Talks About Evidence Not Seen Based on "Love Keeps No Record of Wrongs" from I Corinthians 13: 5, Book Nine in Prism Book Group's Love Is...Series

St. Paul took a whole chapter in I Corinthians listing various hallmarks of love. Rather than attempt a pat definition, he revealed some of love’s many facets, turning it over and over as one might a brilliant, perfectly-cut diamond. Since love is such a broad topic, let’s zero in on one aspect—romantic love. When a special person makes the heart beat faster, regardless of the season of life, we begin to question our emotions. Am I in love?  How will I know when it happens? How can I be sure when it is the real thing? Living a few years teaches us romantic love is accompanied with tender feelings, but that “gushy” feeling alone is not enough to stand the test of time. Love is more.  Real romance involves two people who care enough for each to put the other ahead of themselves.  In a “me first” instant gratification world, that kind of commitment is rare.  Yet it is the kind of giving, sharing love we hunger for at our very core. Do I love him? Does he love me?  A simple test

Looking Out the Window: The Lighthouse Secret: A Cozy Mystery from Linda Weaver Clarke's Amelia Moore Detective Series

A Warm Welcome to Linda Weaver Clarke Linda will give away an e-book of The Lighthouse Secret , an Amelia Moore Detective novel. To enter to win leave a comment an an e-mail address below. Hi Linda, tell us about the Amelia Moore Detective Series. The Amelia Moore Detective Series is a G-rated romantic cozy mystery. You learn all about the life of Amelia Moore and her partner, Rick Bonito. You learn what kind of people they truly are through their bucket lists and what they’re like deep down inside. You even see a slow romance develop between them in each story until the day they finally tie the knot and are married. Now this detective agency will solve new cases as a married couple. Review of the Amelia Moore Series “In the Amelia Moore Detective Series , the author delivers a delightful, fairly fast-paced tale in the pursuit of a missing person, for that's what Amelia's agency specializes in. This time it is personal, as Rick's Uncle A

Looking in the Window: Happy July 4th

God Bless America  Have a Happy and Safe July 4th Enjoy Kate Smith singing "God Bless America" courtesy of YouTube. Find a giveaway about a book of freedom, Breaking Barriers , and take advantage of my "free" book on Amazon, Messages . I'm also celebrating a new web site that goes live on July 4th at http:/// Hope you can come by and visit. Celebrate with Free Books A Book About Freedom  In this action-packed thriller gunshots ring out as Ann Jones enters church. She hides in the bathroom until they stop then stumbles into the sanctuary. The congregation lies dead in pools of blood. To rebuild the church she starts True Light Guardians. At the first meeting she’s attacked by a terrorist but rescued by James Crawford. He melts her heart, cold from her father’s abuse, and they fall for each other. She’s afraid to commit to love that might grow angry later like the type she knew as a child. James year