Gilbert Morris Interview

June 22nd, 2012 by Sarah Moser

About Gilbert Morris Gilbert Morris is among today’s most popular Christian writers, his books having sold over seven million copies worldwide. A former pastor and English professor, he specializes in historical fiction and won a 2001 Christy Award for the Civil War drama Edge of Honor. Morris lives with his wife in Gulf Shores, Alabama. […]

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Book Giveaway Contest Rules

June 22nd, 2012 by Sarah Moser

BOOK CONTEST # ONE FOR A FREE COPY OF GILBERT MORRIS’ THE RIVER ROSE: To enter Family Education Services’ first summer book giveaway contest, the publisher of Gilbert Morris’ brand new book, The River Rose, is providing one free paperback copy for our drawing on July 11. The book will be mailed to the winner […]

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Book Giveaway Contest Coming!

June 21st, 2012 by Sarah Moser

One lucky person who subscribes to this blog will win a free copy of Gilbert Morris’ new historical novel, The River Rose, just reviewed here on June 21.  If you want to join the fun, be sure to subscribe to the blog either with your email address or by subscribing to my RSS feed. (Both […]

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Review: The River Rose

June 21st, 2012 by Sarah Moser

Book Reviews for Bibliophiles, June 20, 2012 The River Rose, by Gilbert Morris, B & H Publishers With unambiguous, handsome prose, Gilbert Morris’s stunning new book evokes the time of paddle wheel steamers powering their way through American history: “The Gayoso House Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee, gleamed like Mount Olympus on the bluff high above […]

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On Kindle: High Desert Haven

June 20th, 2012 by Sarah Moser

For those of you looking for “clean” Christian historical romance, a friend of mine from Northwest Christian Writers Association has just published another book, High Desert Haven. It’s currently available on Amazon for Kindle download, including either the Kindle hardware itself or the “Kindle Cloud” which allows you to download directly to your computer. The […]

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Review: Lion of Babylon

June 20th, 2012 by Sarah Moser

Book Reviews for Bibliophiles Column, June 19, 2012             Lion of Babylon, by Davis Bunn, Bethany House Publishers, 2011 NOTE: This review is featured on Davis Bunn’s blog on July 2, 2012! Check it out at Marc Royce: A Cross Between Indiana Jones, James Bond, and Errol Flynn Marc Royce, […]

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Recommended Materials & Vendors

June 14th, 2012 by Sarah Moser

Homeschooling and You Column , June 12, 2012   It’s homeschool convention season again.  If you’ve ever felt confused, daunted, or left a conference with that deer-in-the-headlights expression on your face, you’re not the only one! I felt that way after attending my first conference, too. Sometimes it helps to have recommendations from experienced homeschoolers […]

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Navigating Homeschool Conferences

June 12th, 2012 by Sarah Moser

Homeschooling and You Column 06-11-12 Navigating a Homeschool Conference without Losing Your Mind! During a homeschool conference remember to breathe. Proceed slowly, and orient yourself to your surroundings. Look at everything as if you are strolling through a fascinating museum, looking at the ecosystems of your favorite zoo, or observing displays of children’s work at […]

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Finally! Geology for Homeschools!

June 9th, 2012 by Sarah Moser

I recently returned from the Christian Family Home Educators Conference in Spokane, WA, where I had a booth for Spell to Write and Read, and gave two workshops, one on SWR and one on literacy. My booth was right next to a wonderful booth called Northwest Treasures. These folks have put together geology kits for […]

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The Grace Effect

June 3rd, 2012 by Sarah Moser

Book Reviews for Bibliophiles Column, June 3, 2012 The Grace Effect, How the Power of One Life Can Reverse the Corruption of Unbelief, by Larry Alex Taunton, 2011, Thomas Nelson The Grace Effect chronicles one family’s passage through the politically gnarled and frustrating process of adopting a girl from the Ukraine. Larry Taunton helped his […]

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