Colleen Coble’s ‘The View From Rainshadow Bay’ Promises Forgiveness and Redemption [REVIEW]

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Her photographs capture the beauty of Puget Sound. Do they also expose a darness that someone would kill to keep buried? (Photo courtesy Pexels)

After she loses her husband in a freak accident, one woman struggles to move on with her life. But when someone else close to her is murdered, she has reason to believe she may be next on the hit list. Suddenly she must seek help from the very person she blames for her husband’s demise. Will the killer be caught before the next death blow falls? Find out in Colleen Coble’s new novel of romantic suspense, The View from Rainshadow Bay.  Read more of this post

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♦ Ruth Hogan’s ‘The Keeper Of Lost Things’ Reminds Readers of What is Truly Important [REVIEW]

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A woman finds sanctuary in the beautiful home of an aging author in Ruth Hogan’s The Keeper of Lost Things. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

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If you enjoy stories that are insightful, thought provoking, and transcendent, you are going to love our latest Diamond Review title, Ruth Hogan’s The Keeper of Lost Things. This dazzling little gem of a book will draw you in with memorable characters guaranteed to win your heart, make you examine the world around you with fresh eyes, and prompt you to live a more significant existence.  Read more of this post

Game Changer: Learn to Shift Your Perspective [GUEST POST]

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Sometimes the stories we live by don’t make sense until we change our perspective. (Photo by Andrew Gustar, Flickr)

When I was in college, I once walked in on my roommate filling ice trays at the sink, a cloud of steam billowing around her face. I stopped and put my books down.

“Uh, Jenny, what are you doing?”

She turned, still holding the tray under the hot water, her expression what I would have expected if I’d just asked her what planet we lived on.

“Filling the ice trays.”

“With hot water?”

She made a face as if this question was, if possible, even dumber than the first. “Duh. It freezes faster.” Read more of this post