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Characterizing the Strong Female Character by DiAnn Mills

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Burden of Proof

A strong female character begins with a woman who has experienced life and grown from the lessons learned. Through adversity, she’s been wounded; taken note of what caused the mental, physical, or spiritual infliction; explored how to heal; and applied the techniques. When others fall, she’s still standing, and when she does bottom out, she’s […]

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Hidden Treasure of World War II By Melanie Dobson

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Hidden-Among-the-Stars

Ownerless treasure—that’s what Nazis called the jewelry, artwork, and coins they stole from Jewish people. They began plundering this “ownerless” treasure before World War II, and as the war progressed, they stored these valuable items in caves, mines, and castles across Europe. Fifteen years ago, my husband and I visited the alpine lake district in […]

Book Reviews

A Widow’s Hope: Review by Susan Scott Ferrell

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A Widow’s Hope

A Widow’s Hope – Substance, Not Fluff Vannetta Chapman has branched out into Harlequin’s Love Inspired novels. I am used to getting a quality story from Chapman, but I wondered, “Would the author’s tone change when she went with this publisher?” I can honestly say no. Her latest Indiana Amish Brides release, A Widow’s Hope, […]