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Welcome to the launch campaign for debut novelist Kirsty Cambron‘s, The Butterfly and the Violin. Romantic Times had this to say: “Alternating points of view skillfully blend contemporary and historical fiction in this debut novel that is almost impossible to put down. Well-researched yet heartbreaking … “. Kristy is celebrating ...
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Hi, everyone! Was your weekend a good one? This is Chirper Caitlin, and here is your weekly client roundup: Currently on tour with us is Dave and Neta Jackson’s newest release, Penny Wise! Stop by this page for the scoop on the book and to read some of the reviews. ...
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What do you think would be in God’s scrapbook of your life? Karen Barnett, author of Out of the Ruins, shares why she is thankful for God’s undeserving grace. I grew up with a camera in my hand. My dad is a retired photographer, and he loved showing me how ...
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It’s time for another round of Who Said It? and a chance to win a surprise set of books. You will find this week’s quote in one of the books we campaigned in July. Not sure what books that includes? You can see our campaign schedule here. Read through back ...
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Did you know you can recommend books for your library to purchase? They love patron feedback! Judy Gann, the librarian behind Library Insider, joins today to share library insider tips for readers and authors. Keep reading to learn how you can make the most of your library trips. Over thirty ...
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Chelsea Jacobs grew up with an immense love for words–both reading them and writing them. That love continued and led her to write her first novel, Happy to Be Alive, Because. Keep reading to learn more about Chelsea! What’s your go-to activity to get out of writer’s block? One of ...
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Maya Angelou once said, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Where does a writer find inspiration? What’s the hardest part about writing a story? What do you hope your writing achieves? We’ve asked Dave & Neta Jackson, authors of Penny Wise, to tell us ...
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Naomi King, soft spoken, loyal, and easily overlooked, has a gift. She sees what others can’t see. Intuition, she calls it. Others in Stoney Ridge don’t know what to make of it and dismiss her hunches and inklings altogether. . . Read our interview with Naomi to learn more about ...
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Hi, everyone! Did you get to go to the beach this weekend (with a good book in your tote, of course)? This is Chirper Caitlin, and here is your weekly client roundup: The much-anticipated third book in Suzanne Woods Fisher’s Inn at Eagle Hill series is here, and she’s teamed ...
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Finding hope in the midst of brokenness. Marlena Graves, author of A Beautiful Disaster, knows what it’s like to feel lost and alone having grown up in a poor house plagued by mental illness. She joins us today to discuss the longing we all have to belong and the hope ...

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