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Kathryn Judson

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The Historian, the sixth book in the The Smolder series, was released today in ebook, at both Amazon and Smashwords. It should be available at other online retailers soon. (And it should have a Goodreads listing soon, too. Hang on. It takes a while for all the catalogs to catch up.)

So far, it's only in ebook. A trade paperback is in the works.

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Published on August 23, 2016 15:27 • 7 views • Tags: christian-romance, dystopian-fiction, new, new-release, series
Average rating: 3.67 · 55 ratings · 19 reviews · 26 distinct works · Similar authors
Why We Raise Belgian Horses

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Trouble Pug

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Not Exactly Dead (MI5 1/2, #1)

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The Birdwatcher

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The Smolder

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Not Exactly Innocent (Mi5 1...

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“we've been cut off for too long, and want to know we're not just an eddy of humanity, going down a drain without affecting anybody or anything. God doesn't call us to be eddies of living water, after all.”
Kathryn Judson, Dear Invader

“Gregor flushed as he went on: "The entire content of the Confesions could be put into one single sentence in the book: when Augustine addresses God, saying: 'Thou hast made us for Thyself and our heart is unquiet until it rests in Thee.' This sentence, my lords and friends, is immortal. It contains the very heart of religion.”
Louis de Wohl

“I can't help feeling that people ask too much [of life]. They don't keep up with the Joneses any more--they outstrip them. What people call happiness, today, isn't happiness. It's enjoyment. It's pleasure. And between happiness and pleasure there's a very large gap.”
Elizabeth Cadell, Out of the Rain

“we've been cut off for too long, and want to know we're not just an eddy of humanity, going down a drain without affecting anybody or anything. God doesn't call us to be eddies of living water, after all.”
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“Dost thou now look on sin not as thou wert wont, for thy prince, but as a usurper, whose tyranny, by the grace of God, thou art resolved to shake off, both as intolerable to thee and dishonourable to God, whom thou now acknowledgest to be thy rightful Lord, and to whose holy laws thy heart most freely promiseth obedience?  This, poor soul, may assure thee that thou shalt have a full dominion over sin in heaven ere long, which hath begun already to lose his power over thee on earth. ”
Gurnall, William, The Christian in Complete Armour

“A sword in a madman’s hand, and the word of God in some wicked man’s mouth, are used much alike—to hurt only themselves and their best friends with.”
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message 2: by Susan

Susan Joy Clark Hello Kathryn. I looked for you on Goodreads and was surprised I didn't already have you as a Goodreads friend. Maybe, I am still learning how to use some of these sites. :P Also, thank you for all your tips in the past. :)


Lucinda Dear Kathryn,
Thanks for acepting my friendship request! As a keen equestrian your novel "Why We Raise Belgian Horses" sounds fantastic! I look forward to adding your books to my TBR shelf.
Regards
Lucinda x


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