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Jaina Rose (ireadtilldawn) | 16 comments Mod
Welcome to the Christians who like Fiction group! This is just starting, so for now I'm just leaving this wide open. If you want suggestions, have suggestions, or just want to chat, feel free to make a topic and talk to your heart's content. I read tons, so odds are I'll have something you'll like, from sci-fi to fantasy.

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Hello Jaina,

Would it be alright to recommend a novel on this discussion?


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Jaina Rose (ireadtilldawn) | 16 comments Mod
Sorry for not noticing sooner! I think I made a mistake with my alerts, and turned them off for here . . . And yes, feel free to reccomend a novel here! :)


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Deborah | 5 comments Hi, everyone. I'm Deborah--or Deb. A few years ago I found Christian fiction and have been hooked ever since. I tried reading some of my other novels and found I simply couldn't stand them anymore. I look forward to sharing great books with you. Until next time, Happy reading. Deb

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Deborah | 5 comments Hi everyone. I just ordered Mist of Midnight by Sandra Byrd. It was recommended by a fellow Christian writer.

The Amazon listing says: In the first of a brand-new series set in Victorian England, a young woman returns home from India after the death of her family to discover her identity and inheritance are challenged by the man who holds her future in his hands.

I love England and I love Christian fiction. How wonderful to have both in one novel! Will let you know what I think of the book when I finish reading it. Deb

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Deborah | 5 comments Mist of Midnight by Sandra Byrd--I started reading that book last night and stayed up way too late. I had 10 chapters left but had to go to bed. Okay, I will confess, I cheated. I scrolled to the end and read the last two chapters. That was the only way I could put the book down. It was fabulous--mystery, murder (or was it suicide?), and romance all in one book. i can't wait for Sandra's next novel!

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lol Deborah! I peek at the end sometimes too (don't tell my kids)!

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Deborah | 5 comments I won't tell! Read any good books lately?

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We are reading Little Men. My daughter is loving how the boys all view Daisy as this special thing, and my boys are loving the pillow fights and banister sliding.

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Did you finish Mist of Midnight?

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Deborah | 5 comments Oh yes. As soon as I got up Friday, I finished--even before eating breakfast! It was a good read and I think I'll read it again. I'm the type of person who keep books forever and re-read them often. I have been known to read my favorites every other month. I have not read Little Men--I just bought it but can't read it until tomorrow. I have a speech to give tonight. I loved Little Women and I wanted to be Jo!.

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I know what you mean! Little Men always makes me it was that simple to take in orphans again!

Best wishes with the speech!

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Hello everyone, my name is M.T. Magee and I would like to present my new book The Treasure of Gwenlais, a epic romantic medieval fantasy. I currently have eight 5 star reviews on Amazon. I am a strictly PG-13 writer.
The world I have created, comes from the inspiration of both my Scottish heritage and my husband’s Irish descent, with pride and respect for both cultures. The beauty of the Scottish Highlands, as well as the lush rolling meadows of Ireland, serve as a backdrop for the mythical realm of Rienfield. Many of the names of villages and towns that are used are actual names of towns and villages of Scotland and Ireland. They are used in direct correlation for what their rich past made them known for and is applied with loving respect for their history in the story. Many of the names of the characters are Irish, Scottish, or Gaelic, again showing my love and admiration for our heritages. The characters also speak Old Irish, from time to time, referring to it as ‘old speak.’ I hope you will find this as fascinating and beautiful as I did. You will find the Kingdoms of Gwenlais and Heathwin filled with wonder, danger, adventure, romance, love of family as well as betrayal. The people, races, and beings, will beckon you to return and visit, over and again, sharing in their joys, sorrows, tragedies and triumphs.So my friends, find your comfortable reading place, and immerse yourself in the lives of the warm, courageous, humorous, and sometimes frightening characters, which make up the world of Rienfield.
Here are my links and I look forward to meeting all of you.

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