Sharon M. Lippincott

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Average rating: 4.11 · 36 ratings · 13 reviews · 4 distinct works
The Heart and Craft of Writ...

3.80 avg rating — 15 ratings — published 2013 — 2 editions
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Adventures of a Chilehead: ...

4.27 avg rating — 11 ratings — published 2013 — 3 editions
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The Heart and Craft of Life...

4.43 avg rating — 7 ratings — published 2007
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Meetings: Do's, Don'ts, and...

4.33 avg rating — 3 ratings — published 1994 — 2 editions
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Wild Child by Ian Mathie
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Witch doctors! Poisonous snakes! Riding zebras! Rescuing an imperiled canoeist. These are just a few of the exotic adventures of young Ian Mathie in Africa and English boarding schools. This remarkable Scottish born lad had already attracted the noti ...more
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Murder in the Second Pew by K.P. Gresham
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Reading K.P. Gresham's Matt Hayden series is as addictive as chocolate. I recently read The Pastor's First Murder. No way did I want that story to end, so I immediately opened Murder in the Second Pew. The second story continues the spine-tingling su ...more
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Finding My Badass Self by Sherry Stanfa-Stanley
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Want a fun read? An inspiring one? A brilliantly written one? Then Finding My Badass Self is just the book for you. When Sherry Stanfa-Stanley turned 52, she undertook a personal challenge to do 52 things, one per week, that pushed the boundaries of ...more
Accidental Jesus Freak by Amber Lea Starfire
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Amazon’s requirement for review titles is often a challenge. I settled on Despair to Delight for this one, because those words seem to encapsulate the journey Amber Starfire recounts in The Accidental Jesus Freak. I especially looked forward to readi ...more
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Heretic's Prayer by Tom Imerito
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In sum, The Heretic’s Prayer is a multi-faceted love story, set within a time of terror and turmoil, with bonuses of laughter and learning.

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Accidental Jesus Freak by Amber Lea Starfire
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The Frozen Sea by Rosanne Dingli
The Frozen Sea
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I had clicked Buy within 40 seconds of seeing a link to Rosanne Dingli’s latest novel featuring Bryn Awbrey. I’ve been waiting months to read it, and it did not disappoint. While some things are different in each of Dingli’s numerous novels, many thi ...more
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Pacific Street by Amy B. Cohen
Pacific Street
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Can you imagine sharing a tiny two-room apartment with six or eight family members? An apartment with an outhouse for the entire building and no bathtub? Can you imagine working six days a week for a mere $8 and saving one of those dollars to help br ...more
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2036 - The Final Resistance by Leah McClellan
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While I generally avoid dystopian novels, the written-just-yesterday tone of the content in 2036 – The Final Resistance by Leah McClellan caught my eye. It might be more properly classified as a novelette. I ripped through it in one sitting of a coup ...more
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Linda C. Wisniewski
“Recently, I’ve begun to think of scoliosis as a metaphor for my life. I’ve struggled to please teachers, employers, parents, boyfriends, husbands, twisting myself into someone I can’t be. I hurt when I do this, because it’s not natural. And it never works. But when I stretch my Self, instead, the results are different. When I’m reaching for my personal goals—to be a good mother, wife, friend and writer—I feel my balance return. And the sense of relief, as I become more the woman I truly am, is simply grand.”
Linda Wisniewski, Off Kilter: A Woman's Journey to Peace with Scoliosis, Her Mother, and Her Polish Heritage




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