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(Book review) The road we traveled

Kirkpatrick’s historical fiction is well known and this story, based on the life of Tabitha Brown, is fascinating and filled with rich thoughts on life and Christianity.

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(Book review) Fiercehearted: Live Fully, Love Bravely

Reviewed by: Jaci Gorrell, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Fiercehearted: Live Fully, Love Bravely Author: Holley Gerth Publisher: Revell Publication Date: October 2017 Format: Print Book Length: 208 pages OVERVIEW           Holley Gerth isn’t Wonder Woman, but her words certainly carry the power to save the day. In her book, Gerth takes issue […]

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(Book review) Not Alone

Reviewed by: BreeAnna Bailey, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Not Alone Author: Miriam Neff Publisher: Regnery Faith Publication Date: October 23, 2017 Format: Paperback Length: 224 Pages OVERVIEW Miriam Neff is a widow herself and therefore possesses a unique ability to portray the stories of biblical widows in a realistic manner. She personalizes these accounts and not only draws the […]

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(Book review) In the Middle of the Mess

Reviewed by: Paige McNinch, a professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: In the Middle of the Mess Author: Sheila Walsh Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Publication Date: Nov. 7, 2017 Format: Print Book Length: 163 pages OVERVIEW Highlighting her struggle with mental illness, Sheila Walsh presents a raw and honest look at the brokenness of life. She goes into detail […]

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