Review: Meddlin’ Madeline Fine Print

About the Book

Book Title: Meddlin’ Madeline Fine Print
Author: Chautona Havig
Genre: Historical, Mystery
Release Date: February 20, 2018

Budding detective, Miss Madeline Brown, has gained quite the reputation for “meddling” in the circa 1900 city of Rockland. With two successful “cases” under her belt, it was only a matter of time before she found something new to interest her insatiable curiosity. This time, however, the “curiosity” found her. Challenged by Edward Gastrel, to prove her deductive prowess, Madeline embarks on riddling out the puzzle of a journal left to him by his grandfather. If she can decode the contents, the local gentleman may find himself in the possession of something quite valuable. As usual, however, things aren’t as they seem, and Madeline finds herself in a race against more than time and ambiguity.

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About the Author

Chautona Havig lives and writes in California’s Mojave Desert where she uses story to point readers to the Maste…


Dove Award-nominated recording artist, songwriter and award-winning author Andrew Peterson releases the long-awaited album Resurrection Letters, Vol. IMarch 30 from Centricity Music. Releasing in time for Easter, the album is also available for preorder beginning today at iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify, Google Play and more digital outlets internationally through
Resurrection Letters, Vol. I features songs like “I’ve seen Too Much,” “His Heart Beats” (heard on Peterson’s Behold the Lambof God tour last year) and “Is He Worthy,” which becomes the first video from the album premiere-streaming today from The Gospel Coalitionat

Produced by Ben Shive, Resurrection Letters, Vol. I is the prequel (think Star Wars) to the highly acclaimed album Peterson released and Shive produced in 2008…

Headlines: Annie Moses Summer Music Festival

Event Marks 15th Anniversary of Popular Summer Music Festival, A Performing Arts Intensive for Young Musicians
Band Spreads Message of Artistic, Spiritual Excellence Across America Through Annie Moses Foundation

 NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville-based award-winning, Juilliard-educated Annie Moses Band, known for its impeccable artistry and genre-defying music, announces today that it will host its highly-anticipated annual Annie Moses Summer Music Festival this July 8 -15 in Franklin, Tennessee.

This flagship event, which has become the centerpiece for the band’s vision for the arts and the mission of the Annie Moses Band’s music education 501C3 non-profit – the Annie Moses Foundation, will be held at The Factory at Franklin, conveniently located just south of Music City. Celebrating its 15th year, the Annie Moses Summer Music Festival was founded by the Annie Moses Band, whose members write, direct and arrange the pe…

Re: Books That Surprised Me

This week on Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl the topic is Books That Surprised Me (in a good or bad way).

(1) The White Horse King (Benjamin Merkle)

(2) When Heaven Comes Down (Che Ahn)

(3) Kaleidoscope (Patsy Clairmont)

(4) Thin Places (Mary E. DeMuth)

(5) Here Burns My Candle (Liz Curtis Higgs)

(6) The Flowering Cross (Beth Ryan)

(7) Mother-Daughter Duet (Cheri Fuller and Ali Plum)

(8) Green Mama (Tracey Bianchi)

(9) Love Mercy (Lisa and Ty Samson)

(10) Who Speaks to Your Heart (Stacy Hawkins Adams)

Review:Lies Women Believe

`Lies Women Believe and The Truth That Sets Them Free` (Updated and expanded edition) is a practical living book for women by author Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. I chose to read and review this book because I am learning to turn my negative thoughts into positives.

        This book reminds me of another book I am reviewing at this time, `Enough` (Sharon Jaynes). They both talk about lies women believe and how to demolish them. However, `Lies Women Believe` is more in-depth. These types of books are needed in today's society as more and more women are pushed to perform and become someone they are not. However, it is also true that the lies women believe have been around since Adam and Eve when the serpent lied to Eve and she accepted it hook, line and sinker. Not only did Adam and Eve sink because of the lie but all of humanity sunk. Our only hope is Christ Jesus. As quoted from `Lies Women Believe`, every area of bondage in our lives can be traced back to a lie (pg# 40). The …

Quirks & Strange Habits of Famous Writers

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Headlines: Tired Of Basic

Faith-Forward Pop Duo LOVECOLLIDE Is Tired of Basic By Marcus Hathcock
In today’s culture, to be “basic” is to be someone who is driven by mainstream behaviors and attractions. It’s the essence of fitting in, living from the baseline of acceptability.
Lauren DeLeary Budnick and Brooke DeLeary aren’t having it.
The sisters, known collectively as the faith-forward pop duo LOVECOLLIDE, have spent their young lives bucking trends, shattering expectations and defying norms--in essence, being anything but basic.
“We like to think outside the box and challenge others not to live the basic life,” says Lauren, “but to step out into the unknown and live out the life that God has called them to.”
“That’s the theme, that’s the mission--an extraordinary life,” Brooke adds. “Living in a way where you can never be labeled, like Jesus. Starting revival by being the light, being different, showing who Jesus is through us.”
Having started a band together when they were just tweens, Brooke and Lauren have wa…