Tag Archives: Jill Eileen Smith

Top Ten Tuesday – My Reading Wishlist

It’s Top Ten Tuesday, and today’s topic from the girls at The Broke and the Bookish is Ten Things on Our Reading Wishlist. My list today will be generally referring to things I’d like to see more of in Christian fiction, … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday – Things That Will Make Me Want to Review A Book

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! The girls at The Broke and the Bookish have had me going in circles this week as I tried to work out how I would approach this topic. For starters, I have an insatiable appetite … Continue reading

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Redeeming Grace (Jill Eileen Smith) – Review

Publisher’s Description When famine visits Bethlehem, Boaz holds out hope for rain while his relative Elimelech moves his wife Naomi and their sons to Moab. For a while, it appears the Lord is blessing Elimelech’s family, and his sons marry … Continue reading

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First Line Friday – 10th February 2017 – Redeeming Grace (Jill Eileen Smith)

I don’t know about all my northern hemisphere friends, but here in the Great South Land of Oz it’s a lot more like First Line Fryday! Ouchie Mama! It’s 43ºC here today (that’s about 110ºF!) and the weekend is set … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday, er Wednesday… um, Thursday? – 2017 Debuts I’m Excited For

Want to hear a funny story?  I’ve been planning on mixing up my blog posts a bit this year, now that I’m settling into the book blogging community and discovering all the fun things that go on.  One of the … Continue reading

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Prophetess (Jill Eileen Smith) – Review

  Publisher Overview Canaan has ravaged Israel. The people are in hiding. All that stands between surrender and hope is one untested woman. Deborah will never forget the day her father and brothers left to worship at the Lord’s tabernacle–or … Continue reading

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