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Assault on Cambriol by Jerry BorrowmanBy Jennie Hansen

Historical novelist, Jerry Borrowman, plunges into a new genre and the distant future and his first science fiction novel.

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I Am Strong! I Am Smart!

The bond between children and their grandparents is a special one and award winning author Fay A. Klinger has written an endearing story reinforcing the importance of this relationship.

By Michele Ashman Bell
John Taylor’s Revelation on the Priesthood

This is an excerpt taken from B. H. Roberts' “The Life of John Taylor,” which discusses John Taylor’s teaching on the Priesthood as President of the Church and presents a revelation on the subject received Oct. 13, 1882

By Tom Nystevold
A Review of In God’s Image and Likeness

When I reviewed Jeffrey Bradshaw's first book I said that I wished I had written it. And now as I have read the second book in this series, again I must say that it confirmed my own thoughts and feelings in such a way that I wish I’d written the book.

Falling to Heaven: The Surprising Path to Happiness

Much of the sadness and frustration we feel is actually created by our well-meaning efforts to find happiness. Relief can be found through a divine gospel paradox that rescues us from failed roads and puts us on the surprising path to happiness.

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New Romantic Suspense from Jaclyn Hawkes

What does a romance, the high western desert, a dog named Zeus, and sheep wagons have in common?

By Jennie Hansen
All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood

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By Rachelle Funk
April Brings Flowers and Poetry

This is the month to celebrate our beautiful language. There is no better book to give as a gift to someone special than a book rich with alliterations, similes, rhyming, rhythm and more.

By Holly E. Newton
Good Intentions Can Go Awry in “Chances Are”

Traci Hunter Abramson moves into new territory with her latest novel. Known for her high action military, CIA, and FBI books, this latest book features a young woman dealing with cancer and a high profile baseball star may take her fans by surprise.

By Jennie Hansen
LDS Fiction: ‘Discovering Peace’ explores Life after Giving a Baby up for Adoption

Alison misses her baby even though she feels strongly that she made the right decision in giving her daughter two parents and the opportunity to be sealed in a forever family.

By Jennie Hansen