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BLOGWORDS – Friday 31 May 2019 – FIRST LINE FRIDAY – THE ABC MURDERS by AGATHA CHRISTIE

 

FIRST LINE FRIDAY – THE ABC MURDERS by AGATHA CHRISTIE

 

Welcome to First Line Fridays, hosted by Hoarding Books!!!

 

Tell us your first line in the comments & then head over to Hoarding Books to see who else is participating!

 

 

THE BLURB

There’s a serial killer on the loose, bent on working his way through the alphabet. There seems little chance of the murderer being caught — until her makes the crucial and vain mistake of challenging Hercule Poirot to frustrate his plans …

 

THE AUTHOR

Agatha Christie was born in 1890 and created the detective Hercule Poirot in her debut novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1920). She achieved wide popularity with The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (1926) and produced a total of eighty novels and short-story collections over six decades.

THE FIRST LINE

It was June of 1935 that I came home from my ranch in South America for a stay of about six months.

 

MY THOUGHTS

Like most of Dame Christie’s stories that I’ve read, it was so long ago I don’t remember much about it—except how much I liked it!

 

 

#Blogwords, First Line Friday, #FLF, The ABC Murders, Agatha Christie

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BLOGWORDS – Thursday 30 May 2019 – CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – WINNIE GRIGGS – GIVEAWAY WINNER

CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – WINNIE GRIGGS – GIVEAWAY WINNER

“Small towns, big hearts, amazing grace.”

““Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no help at all.”  ~Dale Carnegie

 

 

WINNER! WINNER!

 

Congratulations to

VIVIAN FURBAY

Winnie will be in touch with you to send your gift!

Thanks to everyone who entered!

 

 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Winnie Griggs is the award-winning author of Historical and Contemporary romances that focus on Small Towns, Big Hearts, Amazing Grace. She has released over 25 titles since her debut in 2001 and her work has won a number of regional and national awards, including a Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award. Winnie also pens a regular writing how-to column for a regional publication, The Minute Magazine.

On a personal note, Winnie grew up in southeast Louisiana in an area her friends thought of as the back of beyond. She and her siblings spent many hours exploring the overgrown land around her home, cutting jungle trails, building forts and frontier camps, and looking for pirate ships on the nearby bayou. Once she ‘grew up’ she found other outlets for dealing with all those wonderful, adventurous, imaginary friends by filling notebooks with their stories.

Eventually, she found her own Prince Charming, a rancher whose white steed takes the form of a tractor and whose kingdom is situated in a small rural community she loves to call home. Together they built their own storybook happily-ever-after, one that includes four now-grown children who are happily pursuing adventures of their own.

https://www.facebook.com/WinnieGriggs.Author

https://twitter.com/GriggsWinnie

https://www.winniegriggs.com/

http://seekerville.blogspot.com/

https://www.pinterest.com/wdgriggs/

https://smile.amazon.com/Winnie-Griggs/e/B001KI76KI

https://www.bookbub.com/profile/winnie-griggs

 

 

“Your contract with your readers is to entertain and engage them, perhaps even challenge them, and most of all to provide them with a world they can immerse themselves in to forget their own cares for a while.”

 

GIVEAWAY

Winnie is offering a print book – winner’s choice of any book from her backlist. (U.S. addresses only.) Titles can be found at https://www.winniegriggs.com/books.php

 

 

 

 

“Writing can be a lonely, solitary business. Savvy writers will take the time to make personal connections, to be supportive of other writers and to maintain connections with friends outside of the writing community.”

 

 

#Blogwords, Chat Thursday Seekerville Blog Blitz, Author Interview, Winnie Griggs, Giveaway Winner, #WINNER

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BLOGWORDS – Thursday 30 May 2019 – CHAT THURSDAY SEEKERVILLE BLOG BLITZ– BLOGGER-REVIEWER MINI-INTERVIEW and GIVEAWAY – SEEKERVILLE BLOG BLITZ – BETH ERIN AND CARRIE SCHMIDT

 

CHAT THURSDAY – BLOGGER-REVIEWER MINI-INTERVIEW and GIVEAWAY– SEEKERVILLE BLOG BLITZ  – BETH ERIN AND CARRIE SCHMIDT

“Sharing all things bookish and whatever comes to mind.” – Annie on Just Commonly

 

 “Do you adore stories? Always need to read just one more chapter? Me too!” – Beth Erin

Wrapping up the Seekerville Interview Blog Blitz with the blogger team members.

Please give a warm feathered welcome to Beth Erin and CarrieNOTE: Annie JC is not able to join us today but she’s still here in spirit.

 

rem:  Hullo, Ladies! Welcome to my little nest! Tell us a little about yourselves. Where were you raised? Where do you live now?

BETH:  My family has lived in Southern Illinois for generations.

CARRIE:  I grew up in Illinois, and for the moment I live in Kentucky.

rem:  So, y’all are close in proximity, too. Not just readerly-ish. Tell us three things about yourself.

CARRIE:  I used to teach 3rd grade, William Shakespeare is my first cousin (14 times removed), I have 10-going-on-11 nieces and nephews!

rem:  I can totally see you teaching! I’d love to have had a teacher like you. Also, how awesome is that—to be related to William Shakespeare! How did you become a Seekervillian, and what do you like best about it?

BETH: The best part about being invited to join Seekerville are the friendships we’ve built and strengthened.

CARRIE: I have no idea … but when they asked me, I said yes really quick before they changed their minds! I love the behind-the-scenes friendships and being able to help authors in various stages of the journey to publication.

rem:  Oh, Beth, even as “just” a follower of the blog, I can see the friendships and the bond you all have. And Carrie! You so silly. I can totally see why they invited you. What was your first Seekerville post?

BETH:  I used my blog tagline as inspiration for my first solo Seekerville post, Connecting and Encouraging

http://seekerville.blogspot.com/2018/02/connecting-and-encouraging-plus.html

CARRIE: My first post as a Seeker was – https://seekerville.blogspot.com/2018/01/your-story-matters-or-what-reader-wants.html  but I had been a guest blogger a couple of times before that.

 

rem:  Both of your blogs are fabulous, as are any of your posts—no matter where they appear. What do you think is significant about Christian fiction?  How has being a reader impacted your relationship with Christ?

BETH:  Stories impact our hearts in a unique and lasting way. When those stories inspire us and point us to Jesus, they help shape our perspectives and lives and draw us closer to Him. Christian fiction motivates and challenges me to examine my heart regularly and intentionally learn and grow personally and in empathy.

rem:  Beth, you are so right!

CARRIE: I think all fiction (well… ok … most fiction) reflects THE Story in one way or the other, even if the author isn’t aware he/she is doing so. The one that starts with the ultimate ‘once upon a time’ – “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth” (Genesis 1:1) – and ends with the best ‘happily ever after’ ever (Revelation 21:4). Christian fiction is set apart because the writer is writing with THE Story in mind, however subtly the message is presented, and it is ‘allowed’ to present the HOPE to the mess of life in a way that other genres aren’t. Being a reader has impacted my relationship with Jesus by continuing to open my eyes to the fact that I am part of the greatest Story in the world. And so are you. The Author and Finisher of my Faith is telling a Story about me and about you. And He has promised to keep writing it until it’s completed – not when I die or when you die, but until the day Jesus returns. (Philippians 1:6)

 

rem:  So beautifully said, Carrie. I can “see” THE message sometimes even in the most secular stories. When reading, what makes or breaks a story for you? Your fiction pet peeve?

CARRIE: The characters and how connected I am to them makes or breaks the story for me; also, the writing style. And usually those two go hand in hand. My pet peeve (one of them) is narrative masquerading as dialogue.

 

rem:  Ya, that bit about hokey dialogue gets me, too, and can destroy a story for me real quick. What gets your attention in a new story? Where do you find / look for new books to read and review?

BETH:  I’m a big fan of well-written accents and bearded heroes so those are good hooks for me. I started by ordering books from my local library. Now that I’ve been reviewing and blogging for a few years, I participate in blogger programs, author influencer groups, NetGalley, and publicity group tours. Unfortunately, there’s never enough time to read all the books!

rem:  Aye, I’ve got me accents in me head and I do like writin’ them when I can, don’tcha know?  #winkwink

CARRIE:  In a new story, the first chapter is what will get my attention and hold it. If I’m invested in the story by the end of that first chapter, I’m probably going to love it. Publishers and authors keep me pretty busy with requests so I am fortunate enough not to have to really hunt for new books to read/review. (That’s also a bad thing – I have two full bookcases of books I need to review yesterday.) Otherwise, I scour publishers’ catalogs for what’s coming up in the next season because I clearly don’t have enough to read yet #sarcasm

 

rem:  My TBR “list” is now a tome in its own right, and includes authors, not just book titles. Have you ever read a book you couldn’t finish? Why?

BETH:  I have chosen not to finish a book on rare occasions because I wasn’t enjoying it which means I am probably am not a member of its intended audience. I would much rather read books I enjoy and write positive reviews than force my way though a book I don’t enjoy then agonize over a single review.

rem:  Totally agree with ya, Beth.

CARRIE:  Yes. I was assured that a book was free of profanity and/or ‘sexplicity’ and uh… let’s just say it wasn’t. rem: YIKES! Typically as long as a book is free of those things, I’ll keep reading even if I don’t like it… however, lately I’ve had to DNF (* Did Not Finish) a few books because they weren’t grabbing me, they weren’t a review I had committed to, and I have those two full bookcases of books I need to review yesterday.

 

rem:  I’ve had to do that a couple of times myself. If you could spend an evening with a fictional character, who would it be and why?

CARRIE:  Ummm… am I allowed to say #myJames (Carla Laureano’s Five Days in Skye) here without anyone telling my husband?? 😉

rem:  Totally allowed! And mum’s the word. Do you ever read a book twice?

BETH:  I do on occasion. Rereading is a bit like revisiting an old friend, you don’t love old friends any less just because you make new friends!

rem:  YESSSS!!!!

CARRIE: Yes – definitely. I haven’t had as much time to do that since I started blogging but one that I have read so many times I have whole chapters memorized is Newlywed Games by Mary Davis.

rem:  How many books have you read?

BETH: Over the last few years, I have read an average of about 250 books per year.

CARRIE:  ummm ever or in the last year??? LOL I read about 250-400 books a year and I started reading when I was 3 ½ and I’m more than 11 ½ times that old now so uhhh I don’t think I can count that high.

 

rem:  HOLY MOLY! That’s a LOTTA books in a year! What’s the last book you read and reviewed? Tell us a little about the story and give us the first line.

BETH:  That is an ever changing answer which would be located on my personal blog, FaithfullyBookish.com

CARRIE:  By the time this runs, that will be A Daughter’s Truth by Laura Bradford. It’s a great book about Emma, a young Amish woman who tries to be the perfect daughter, even though her very birthday is a reminder of great sorrow for her mother. Each year on Emma’s birthday, odd trinkets are left on her aunt’s gravesite and this latest gift – a locket – sends her into the English world searching for answers that might change everything Emma has ever known. The first line is “Not for the first time, Emma Lapp glanced over her shoulder, the utter silence of the sparsely graveled road at her heels deafening.”

 

rem:  Gripping first line! Anything you’d like to add?

BETH:  Thanks for having me, Robin!

CARRIE:  Thanks for having me!

rem:  My pleasure, Ladies. Thank you both so much for chatting with us on my blog today!

 

ABOUT THE BLOGGERS

Just Commonly, AKA Annie is an avid reader turned blogger. She is the mind behind Just Commonly blog, sharing what she loves most – Jesus & all things book and bookish . She’s a big fan of all Christian fiction, as well as books in the Young Adult, Middle Grade and even Kids Fiction genre. She’ll test out recipes from cookbooks and share thoughts from biographies to books on nutrition, spiritual help or just any book that struck her fancy. Next to reading, her other interests includes spending time with family and friends, eating, playing with her miniature schnauzer pups, Gabby and Reagan, and somehow challenge her non-existent athletic abilities to improve (tremendously) her tennis and golf game.

Annie is proud to be one of the founding stewards of the Christian Fiction Readers Retreat (CFRR). CFRR is a one day event gathering of Christian Fiction readers and authors, with a focus theme of “Honoring God through Christian Fiction.” It features speaker sessions, author panels, breakout sessions, prayer & worship and author signings.

 

 

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Beth Erin is a Christian fiction enthusiast, book reviewer, and blogger. She is passionate about promoting authors and their entertaining, encouraging, and redemptive stories. Beth strives to edify and connect with readers and authors through Faithfully Bookish, and on social media. She is a Christian Fiction Readers Retreat associate and also contributes to the Hoarding Books & Diversity Between the Pages blogs.

Beth lives with her husband and their four children in a close-knit rural southern Illinois farming community. They love their laid-back lifestyle and small country church family. When she isn’t reading, Beth enjoys indulging in a favorite show or movie with her family, completing DIY projects with her husband, and seeing the country on long family road trips.

 

 

 

 

#swoof

So, what is “swoof”, right? Swoof is an acronym/hashtag for “Squeezing Words Out Of Feelings.” I coined this lovely word while chatting with some book blogger friends about the struggle we often face when we’re striving to craft a review worthy of whatever wonderful book we’ve just read… #allthefeels and #nowords just don’t cut it for reviews! Ask any reviewer and they’ve probably experienced something like #swoof

 

https://faithfullybookish.com/

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https://www.instagram.com/faithfulbookish/

https://twitter.com/faithfulbookish

https://www.facebook.com/faithfullybookish

 

Carrie Schmidt is an avid reader, book reviewer, story addict, KissingBooks fan, book boyfriend collector, and cool aunt. She also loves Jesus and THE Story a whole lot. Co-founder of the Christian Fiction Readers’ Retreat and JustRead Publicity Tours, Carrie lives in Kentucky with her husband Eric. She can be found lurking at various blogs and websites (because she can’t stop talking about books) but her main home is the blog she started in 2015 –

ReadingIsMySuperPower.org.

https://www.facebook.com/meezcarriereads

https://twitter.com/@meezcarrie

https://www.instagram.com/meezcarrie/

https://www.pinterest.com/meezcarrie/

 

“Hi! I’m Carrie!  Aka MeezCarrie

Avid Reader. Book Reviewer. Story Addict. KissingBooks Fan. Book Boyfriend Collector.  Cool Aunt. I love Jesus and THE Story a whole lot.” – Carrie Schmidt on Reading is My Superpower

“Therefore encourage one another and build up one another, just as you also are doing.”

1 Thessalonians 5:11 (NASB*)

 

 

 

#Blogwords, Chat Thursday, Blogger-Reviewer Mini-Interview and Giveaway, Seekerville Blog Blitz, Beth Erin, Carrie Schmidt

 

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BLOGWORDS – Wednesday 29 May 2019 – WREADING WEDNESDAY – FEATURED BOOK– LIBBY’S CUPPA JOE by REBECCA WATERS

WREADING WEDNESDAY – FEATURED BOOK – LIBBY’S CUPPA JOE by REBECCA WATERS

Welcome to the Blog Tour & Giveaway for Libby’s Cuppa Joe by Rebecca Waters with JustRead Publicity Tours!

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

Title: Libby’s Cuppa Joe
Author: Rebecca Waters
Publisher: Ambassador International
Release Date: March 8, 2018
Genre: Women’s Fiction

THE BLURB

Can grace and love be found amongst coffee grounds?

Sonja Parker is about to find out.

Excited to leave her stale life in the big city behind, Sonja takes the money her grandmother left her and purchases Libby’s Cuppa Joe, a thriving coffee shop in a small community in Wisconsin’s Door County. Sonja may have business sense, but is she ready to face the world on her own?

Sonja soon discovers owning a business requires more than offering a good cup of coffee. She must make major repairs to the building as well as major
repairs to her heart. Do the former owners, Libby and Joe hold the answer? As Sonja seeks to make Libby’s Cuppa Joe a viable business, can she also find herself and the God she has abandoned?

Libby’s Cuppa Joe is a riveting tale of second chances, forgiveness, and not living on borrowed faith.

PURCHASE LINKS*: Goodreads | Amazon | B&N | Book Depository | ChristianBook

 

EXCERPT

Sonja stared at the check in her hand. Attached was a letter from the attorney handling her grandmother’s estate. Not much by California standards, but a fortune back home. Home. Wisconsin. The thought of returning to her roots had been rolling in and out of her mind like the waves of the beach at La Jolla for the last few months. Ever since her grandmother fell ill. Instead of improving as the doctor predicted, Grandma Grace died peacefully in her sleep a mere three months after the debilitating stroke took her speech and left her limbs useless. The four days Sonja spent with her mother planning the funeral, reliving memories of Grandma Grace and sorting through a few of her things, created in Sonja a hunger for home.

 

THE AUTHOR

 

Rebecca Waters has been a writer most of her life. Her first published work was a story in the school newspaper she wrote in second grade. For many years Rebecca used her stories as illustrations in church settings and to entertain her own three daughters. Her professional writing included educational articles and research.

Following her retirement as a professor of education from Cincinnati Christian University, Rebecca turned her pen to the world of fiction. She has also published several articles in Chicken Soup for the Soul, The Lookout Magazine, and Home Health Aide Digest. Her first novel, Breathing on Her Own, was released in 2014.

CONNECT WITH REBECCA: Website | Facebook | Twitter

 

 

 

TOUR GIVEAWAY

(1) winner will receive a print copy of Libby’s Cuppa Joe and (1) winner will receive an ebook copy.

Enter via the Rafflecopter giveaway below.

Giveaway will begin at midnight May 28, 2019 and last through 11:59 pm June 4, 2019. US only. Winners will be notified within 2 weeks of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

Giveaway is subject to the policies found here.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

Follow along at JustRead Tours for a full list of stops!

 

#Blogwords, Wreading Wednesday, Featured Book, Libby’s Cuppa Joe, Rebecca Waters

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BLOGWORDS – Tuesday 28 May 2019 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – UNCHARTED DESTINY by KEELY BROOKE KEITH

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – UNCHARTED DESTINY by KEELY BROOKE KEITH

                                                                             

 

THE BLURB

Bailey Colburn is safe in the Land, but her father figure, Professor Tim, never made it to Good Springs. When Bailey discovers Tim is lost in the Land’s dangerous mountain terrain and out of his life-saving medication, she sets out to rescue him. Even with the help of intriguing native Revel Roberts, Bailey faces an impossible journey to save Tim. The mountains are shrouded in dark folklore and full of deadly surprises.

Revel Roberts never stays in one place too long. No matter where he travels in the Land, he avoids the Inn at Falls Creek, his boyhood home and the business he will inherit. But when fearless newcomer Bailey Colburn needs Revel’s help to find her friend, he joins the mission and is forced to return to the place he’d rather forget.

Bailey and Revel’s friendship strengthens as they need each other in ways neither of them imagined. But nothing can prepare them for what awaits in the Land’s treacherous mountains.

Uncharted Destiny, the seventh installment in the beloved Uncharted series, weaves faith and adventure while delivering long-awaited answers in this inspirational story of life in a hidden land.

 

THE AUTHOR

 

Keely Brooke Keith writes inspirational frontier-style fiction with a futuristic twist, including The Land Uncharted (Shelf Unbound Notable Romance 2015) and Aboard Providence (2017 INSPY Awards Longlist).

Born in St. Joseph, Missouri, Keely was a tree-climbing, baseball-loving 80s kid. She grew up in a family who moved often, which fueled her dreams of faraway lands. When she isn’t writing, Keely enjoys teaching home school lessons and playing bass guitar. Keely, her husband, and their daughter live on a hilltop south of Nashville, Tennessee.

 

 

 

 

 

MY REVIEW

Talk about culture conflict!! Bailey Colburn has lived in a post-apocalyptic America—or what’s left of it—all her life. To say arriving in The Land is a culture shock is an understatement. And for all her fierceness, the caring and compassion of those she meets begins to penetrate the steel shell around her heart.

I read this book with the urgency of Bailey’s trek across the land to find her friend and professor, Tim. So many hurdles, such hidden dangers—and that it took so long had this reader frustrated, a curse of our hurry up, results-on-demand world. The distance was greater, the going slower than I had visualized, even for having read all (but one) of The Land Uncharted books.

I appreciate the consistency of Ms. Keith’s stories, always true to the land she created, a new character the focus of each book. Reading The Land Uncharted series is like visiting family, and the tumults and trials and joys, though cast in a primitive setting—and throwback culture—are universal and familiar.

Bailey’s reticence to accept the ways of The Land were understandable. That her hesitation ebbed away an authentic and realistic progression to accepting the thoughtfulness of those around her.

 

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS

ALL | THE | FEATHERS!

 

 

I received a complimentary copy of this book, but was under no obligation to read the book or to post a review. I offer my review of my own free will. The opinions expressed in my review are my honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

#Blogwords, Tuesday Reviews-Day, #TRD, Book Review, Uncharted Destiny, Keely Brooke Keith, The Land Uncharted Series

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BLOGWORDS – Monday 27 May 2019 – NEW WEEK NEW NO FACE – NO GUEST POST

 

NEW WEEK NEW NO FACE – NO GUEST POST

 “There is freedom waiting for you on the breezes of the sky. And you ask, What if I fall? Oh, but my darling, what if you fly?” —Erin Hanson

 

With two cancellations this month, and only one last minute replacement, there is no post today.

So Happy Memorial Day! Enjoy your day, and remember our soldiers, past and present.

 

 

“Maybe you have to know the darkness to truly appreciate the light.”—Madeline L’Engle

 

 

 

#Blogwords, New Week New No Face, #NWNF, No Guest Feature Post

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BLOGWORDS – Sunday 26 May 2019 – FRONT PORCH FELLOWSHIP – ALL CREATION WORSHIPS

FRONT PORCH FELLOWSHIP – ALL CREATION WORSHIPS

            * REPOST—AUTHOR DOWN

 

Several years ago I was walking around a small lake. It’s a favorite spot, and I take the walk whenever I visit there.

This particular time I had been listening to a certain praise and worship CD, and one of the songs was playing in my head.

As those words sang in my mind, my eyes looked up at the trees—and I wondered (as all good authors do) “How does a tree worship God.”

I had thought it an idle thought. Until He answered me.

So simple and yet so profound.

And as all good writers also do, my mind took it another step.

Of course I knew the answer, even then.

And with an algebraic turn, or perhaps putting the pieces in a puzzle, that meant that I worship Father by writing.

So … as I was sitting outside, basking in a miracle moment today, and praising Father for this long awaited thing, I glanced at the trees.

And I was reminded of what He told me those years ago—to worship Him, I be what He created me to be.

*note the use of “be” vs “do.”

So, and pardon the license with grammar, but I be writing. I be working—and I be worshiping Him—as I write.

And that brings me even greater joy.

 

#Blogwords, Front Porch Fellowship, #FPF, Sunday Devotion, All Creation Worships

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