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My writing improves every year. My editor agrees. So what do I do with my author’s backlist, the books not quite as good as what I currently write?
Readers ask: Is so-and-so a Christian author or Publisher? How can you tell if an author you’ve never read writes from a worldview you want to consume?
Life is busy, but a neglected Bible is a big deal. Here, I’ll give you reasons why reading the Bible is critical and different ways to keep it interesting.
This isn’t a book I wanted to pick up, but I’m glad I did. Even if I did have to walk away from it a couple of times because the lesson stung.
Want an excuse to buy a new book? How about Read an eBook Week?! Don’t like eBooks–I get it. But … they do have good uses, many of which I’m thankful for.
Does author credibility matter? What if all we want is the information within or the entertainment of the book? What do you think?
Benjamin Franklin wrote of a weekly small group that challenged each other to grow. Busy as he was, he knew they were vital. What about you?
I didn’t want to read about the poor eating habits of America. But Steve Willis’s Winning the Food Fight surprised me in many ways.
It’s Children’s Book Week! Technically it’s Children’s Authors and Illustrators Week! But that’s a mouthful. I’m claiming the privilege of simplifying.
Was Jesus’ sole purpose in to live a perfect life, die, conquer death, and be raised back to life? What about John 17:4? What was His completed work?
How are your New Year’s resolutions going? Did you set new goals for 2020? Are you still making progress on them? Or did you even bother? Let me help!
Do adults reread books? Do you pick up books you’ve already read or is your “to read” list way too long?