The Shepherdess

Review of THE SHEPHERDESS by Jill Eileen Smith

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Book Description:  Smith weaves a beautiful story of Abishag. It follows Abishag from her home and the freedom she has as a shepherdess, to the courts of King David as his nurse and wife, then as wife to Solomon. Much isn’t known of her life but Jill paints a vivid picture of who Abishag could have been and what her …

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Applications Open for Isaiah BFF Team

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Well, the time has finally arrived! We’re ramping up for the Fall 2017 release of Isaiah’s Daughter. Preparing for the launch means getting my BFF team in place early! For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, let me give a brief summary of what the BFF Team is, its membership benefits as well as the …

Iscariot

Review of ISCARIOT by Tosca Lee

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Not a Novel for the Faint of Heart One of my favorite reads of 2014, Iscariot is real and raw and disturbing…like Judas himself. By introducing us to Judas Bar Simon (Judas, son of Simon) as a mere child, Tosca makes the hated betrayer a sympathetic figure. And the truth is…Judas was once a child. Consider it. Dwell on it. A …

Endorsement for Tessa Afshar’s Harvest of Gold

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What An Honor! When Tessa messaged me on Facebook to ask if I’d consider endorsing Harvest of Gold, I was elated! I love her work, and I’d been waiting with GREAT anticipation for this sequel to Harvest of Rubies. It took me all of two seconds to respond with a “YES!!!” I Enjoyed It Slowly… I’m a slow reader by nature, and …

Book Review: Rebekah by Jill Eileen Smith

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About Rebekah When her beloved father dies and she is left in the care of her conniving brother Laban, Rebekah knows her life has changed forever. Though she should be married by now, it’s clear that Laban is dragging his feet, waiting for a higher bride-price to line his pockets. But then Rebekah is given a chance to leave her …

REMEMBERING CHRISTMAS by Dan Walsh–Guest Review by Ann Shorey

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While I’m enjoying some much needed family time in Salt Lake, I’ve asked a few friends to fill in for me here on my blog. Author and dear friend, Ann Shorey, has been one of my greatest blessings in the publishing business. Her warmth and authenticity shine through every time we have a chance to connect–and we have much in …