Tag Archives: women

(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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(Book review) All She Left Behind

Reviewed by:  Elijah Oates, a professional writing major at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.   Introduction Title: All She Left Behind Author: Jane Kirkpatrick Publisher: Revell Publication Date: 2017 Format: print book Length: 343 pages OVERVIEW   Romances, especially Christian romances, often grow stale with their stubborn sameness. Jane Kirkpatrick, however, injects new life into the genre […]

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(Book review) Every Piece of Me

Reviewed by: Megan Alms, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Every Piece of Me Author: Jerusha Clark Publisher: Baker Books Publication Date: 2017 Format: Print book Length: 221 pages OVERVIEW In Every Piece of Me, Jerusha Clark guides women on the path to discovering their identities in Christ. She addresses several primarily female experiences such as body image, motherhood, […]

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