Chasing the Wind by Pamela Ewen

Kim Alexis and Mindy Starns Clark

Author Interview

Kim Alexis and Mindy Starns Clark

God has paired a special and unlikely duo to write Spa Mystery Series! Supermodel, author, and speaker Kim Alexis and best-selling author Mindy Starns Clark have just released Beauty to Die For, an insightful, thrilling tale that will take you into the world of a supermodel who has left the industry, only to face a baffling set of circumstances that threaten to turn her world upside down!

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Kelly Klepfer

Novel Reviews

Great Book Reviews for May

Choose Joy by Kay Warren

What If Your Blessings Come Through                                    Raindrops? by Laura Story

                    The Get Yourself Organized Project by Kathi Lipp

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Nora St. Laurent


TBCN INTERVIEW: The Book Club Lady

I usually interview book clubs, but today I thought I’d let you get to know the woman behind those interviews, The Book Club Lady. I have worked at a Christian bookstore for eleven years. When people are struggling to find a good title, author, or latest release, my coworkers call me for help. I’m known as The Book Club Lady because I run two face-to-face book clubs.

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Dee Stewart

Multicultural Fiction

Five Summer Reads Not to Miss

It’s very summer now. We’re either keeping cool inside or basking in the sun outside. But are we reading books? And if so, are we reading the right ones? I hope that in both cases we have a book nestled in a tote bag or on our e-readers, because this is the best time to read a lot of books. Therefore, this month I’m sharing a list of glorious reads to add to your summer reading list.

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Nancy Moser


Carpooling Without A Life Jacket

Please note these simple safety rules of life: don’t put marbles up your nose, don’t gesture with a fork while you’re talking, and wear a life jacket when you jump or are pushed into the car pool. Our family is fortunate to live close enough to school so the kids can walk or ride their bikes . . . unless water is involved: rain, sleet, snow—or the imminent threat thereof. Precipitation heralds the beginning of telephone negotiations worthy of any diplomat. My youngest, Laurel, calls her best friend, Rae Chelle, and they try to remember whose turn it is to drive.

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