Jocelyn Green

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Jocelyn Green Hello Kristina! Thank you so much for sharing that with me! I'm so glad you enjoyed the Heroines books! Not only am I planning on writing more…moreHello Kristina! Thank you so much for sharing that with me! I'm so glad you enjoyed the Heroines books! Not only am I planning on writing more Christian fiction, I am finishing up rewrites this month to my next novel, The Mark of the King! This one is set in French colonial New Orleans in the 1720s, and will release from Bethany House Publishers in January 2017. After this one, I have two more books contracted with Bethany. When those books are done, I plan to write more! (less)
Jocelyn Green Hi Deb, The Bonfire was really my favorite of my research books for Yankee in Atlanta, but I do include an entire bibliography in the back of that…moreHi Deb, The Bonfire was really my favorite of my research books for Yankee in Atlanta, but I do include an entire bibliography in the back of that novel. Another one I really loved was Atlanta (Voices of the Civil War) by Time-Life Books. It contains lots of first-person accounts from both sides. If you're interested in Atlanta history outside of the Civil War, I can recommend The Swan House by Elizabeth Musser. It's a novel set in Atlanta in the 1960s.(less)
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Between Two Shores

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Longing for Transformation (+ Ebook Sale)

FLASH SALE! Until the end of today, April 9, 2019, my devotional book Refresh: Spiritual Nourishment for Parents of Children with Special Needs, is only $2.99 as a Kindle ebook from Amazon! I co-authored this book with a dear friend, Kimberly Drew, who shares from her heart as the mother of four children, two of whom have disabilities. You'll find an excerpt written by Kimberly below. Even if y... Read more of this blog post »
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“The best way to get rid of the negative thoughts is to crowd them out with something else bigger and more beautiful: worship of the One who holds everything in His powerful and capable hands.”
Jocelyn Green, Faith Deployed...Again: More Daily Encouragement for Military Wives

“So much of how we think, feel, and live depends on our vision-what we choose to see in any given situation.”
Jocelyn Green, Faith Deployed...Again: More Daily Encouragement for Military Wives
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“Talk to the Lord, Julianne. Even if you're mad as hornets. If you keep it all bottled up, you'll only end up with a belly full of bee stings.”
Jocelyn Green, The Mark of the King

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This is the poll for July's Book of the Month - the book with the most votes will be the Group Read, and the book with the second most votes will be the Group Buddy Read.

The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green
 
  14 votes 43.8%

Playing by Heart by Anne Mateer Playing by Heart by Anne Mateer
 
  5 votes 15.6%

A Table by the Window by Hillary Manton Lodge A Table by the Window (Two Blue Doors #1) by Hillary Manton Lodge
 
  4 votes 12.5%

The Widow of Larkspur Inn by Lawana Blackwell The Widow of Larkspur Inn (Gresham Chronicles #1) by Lawana Blackwell
 
  3 votes 9.4%

The Governess of Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky The Governess of Highland Hall (Edwardian Brides, #1) by Carrie Turansky
 
  3 votes 9.4%

Rules of Murder by Julianna Deering Rules of Murder (Drew Farthering Mystery #1) by Julianna Deering
 
  2 votes 6.3%

Dead Reckoning by Ronie Kendig Dead Reckoning by Ronie Kendig
 
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My Foolish Heart by Susan May Warren My Foolish Heart (Deep Haven, #4) by Susan May Warren
 
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Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life

“The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven..”
John Milton, Paradise Lost

“Adversity, if for no other reason, is of benefit, since it is sure to bring a season of sober reflection. People see clearer at such times. Storms purify the atmosphere.”
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“Young love is a flame; very pretty, often very hot and fierce, but still only light and flickering. The love of the older and disciplined heart is as coals, deep burning, unquenchable.”
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“Troubles are often the tools by which God fashions us for better things.”
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