Bleak Landing

Todd has written a very easy-to-read book set in Canada during the Great Depression.

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Birthing Hope: Giving Fear to the Light

Reviewed by: Hope Bolinger, a professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: Birthing Hope: Giving Fear to the Light Author: Rachel Marie Stone Publisher: InterVarsity Press Publication Date: 2018 Format: Print book Length: 210 pages OVERVIEW Birth takes on a whole new meaning in Rachel Marie Stone’s poetic, anecdotal book. The unchronological presentation of events travels through birth and death in […]

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An extra mile: A story of embracing God’s call

The author does an amazing job of presenting a compelling story of four friends and their families while also giving the reader an experience akin to reading a devotional. 

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AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Melanie Dobson

Chatting with Melanie Dobson, author of Hidden among the stars, was like visiting with an old friend. In a half an hour’s time she shared with us how she came to be a writer, what her process is like, the books and authors that have inspired her, and what her advice is for new writers. […]

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2018 Conference: Save The Date

The ECLA annual conference is just around the corner! Join us this October 27th for some exciting speakers, literary fellowship and books, books, books!

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Death at Thorburn Hall /A Drew Farthering Mystery Series, 6

Death at Thorburn Hall is the sixth in this delightful mystery series. Many compare Deering’s Farthering mysteries to Agatha Christie and Dorothy Sayers.

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A time to stand

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, former public librarian and longtime book discussion leader   Introduction Title: A time to stand Author: Robert Whitlow Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publication Date: 2017 Format: Paperback book Length: 399 pages OVERVIEW When a young African American teen is shot by a white policeman in a small Georgia town, the emotions run high on both sides. Adisa Johnson […]

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Redefining perfect: The interplay between theology & disability

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, retired public librarian and long time book discussion leader   Introduction Title: Redefining perfect: The interplay between theology & disability Author: Amy E. Jacober Publisher: Cascade Books Publication Date: 2017 Format: Paperback Length: 225 pages OVERVIEW The author ends the book by redefining perfect. She writes that in the old version, “Perfect is the best version […]

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