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Do You Wish You Could Read Faster? Four Reasons to Slow Down By David Mathis

Cut out all the time between plays, and you can watch all the action of a nine-inning baseball game in about 18 minutes. Do the same with the average football game, and your total viewing time is only 11 minutes. … Continue reading

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Analysing Agatha Christie – The Best-Selling Novelist Of All Time

The Agatha Christie Code British author, Agatha Christie wrote 85 books that sold between two and four billion copies. According to UNESCO, she is the most translated author in the history of the world and The Guinness Book of World Records has recognised … Continue reading

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Why I Love to Read Non-Christian Books by Tim Challies

My practice of reading goes through phases. There are times where I just cannot get enough of the newest Christian books, and there are times where reading yet another Christian book seems almost intolerable. In some seasons I love to … Continue reading

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Stephen King’s Top 20 Rules For Writers

Image by the USO, via Flickr Commons In one of my favorite Stephen King interviews, for The Atlantic, he talks at length about the vital importance of a good opening line. “There are all sorts of theories,” he says, “it’s … Continue reading

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Review of Beneath Copper Falls

      In Colleen Coble’s Beneath Copper Falls, dispatcher Dana Newell escapes to Rock Harbor to break out of an abusive relationship and make a new life. When a desperate friend also finds herself under threat and calls 911 … Continue reading

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Review of Pursued

  In Lisa Harris’s Pursued, Special Agent Nikki Boyd’s plane crash lands and the woman sitting next to her disappears. When Nikki starts asking questions she finds herself involved in something that is more than she bargained for. Nikki may … Continue reading

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A Stack of Books for the Season: Summer Reading List for 2017

With the arrival of warm weather, most of us are able to turn to a stack of books that had to wait for summer. The following is my list of ten recommended books for summer reading. This list must be … Continue reading

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