Three Sisters Discover They are Stronger Together in Sara Richardson’s ‘Home for the Holidays’ [REVIEW]

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A bit of mail brings three sisters back together. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Life has a way of taking us away from those we love most. But when three sisters each receive an invitation to visit their estranged aunt, will their reunion be a happy one? Or would they have been better off staying at home? Find out in Sara Richardson’s newest novel, Home for the Holidays.

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Kayte Nunn’s ‘The Forgotten Letters of Esther Durrant’ is an Uplifting yet Heartbreaking American Debut [REVIEW]

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Love never dies when it is expressed in a letter. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A committed woman. A young scientist. Discover the trove of letters that binds them together across the chasm of time that separates them in Kayte Nunn’s intriguing new novel, The Forgotten Letters of Esther Durrant. Read more of this post

‘Becoming Mrs. Lewis’ Reveals A Fiery Woman’s Courageous Story [REVIEW]

Joy Davidman and C.S. Lewis

Discover how poet Joy Davidman and Narnia creator C.S. Lewis found love late in life in Patti Callahan’s Becoming Mrs. Lewis.

A wife caught in a loveless marriage. A beloved author living across the pond. Letters that cross in the mail forge a friendship based on faith, but kindle something more. Discover the marvelous true story of how C.S. Lewis helped his wife find her voice in Patti Callahan’s Becoming Mrs. Lewis.    Read more of this post

‘The Love Letter’ Changes Lives Centuries After It Is Written [REVIEW]

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When a Hollywood actress meets the screenwriter of an epic love story, she is surprised to discover he based the script on a love letter written by one of his ancestors. (Photo by Adrian Fallace, Flickr)

An actress acclaimed for her death scenes seeks a career reboot by accepting the leading role in a feature film based on a centuries-old love letter. But will this role of a lifetime change more than just the trajectory of her career? Find out in Rachel Hauck’s The Love Letter. Read more of this post

The Art of the Letter [GUEST POST]

Letters

Few things are as treasured as a personal letter received from someone we love. (Photo by Suzy Hazelwood, Flickr)

 

Letters. You know, the kind we get from a dear friend or relative on those rare occasions someone takes the time to put pen to paper and contact us through good old-fashioned snail mail. We love getting them, but these days our correspondence seems to have been reduced to nothing more than short-hand texts or emojis. That is why we love Rachel Hauck’s new novel, The Love Letter, a story which celebrates letters and their impact on us over time. In today’s guest post, she shows why they are still so important and how they connect us like no other medium. Enjoy! —Jathan & Heather Read more of this post