I'm registering my blog for "Best Spiritual, Inspirational, or Religious Book Blog" —This blog features the best consistently excellent reviews, recommendations, analysis, and other content on books that address a life of faith. This blog is not necessarily associated with an organized religion and may discuss either fiction or nonfiction books. Here are the posts that I've chosen for judging Book Review: "Scared" by Tom Davis Book Review: "Watch Over Me" by Christa Parrish Book Review: "Wisdom Hunter" by Randall Arthur Faith and Fiction Saturday: Escapism in Christian Fiction How Would Jesus Enter a Blog Giveaway A little diverse (and probably not what you were expecting) but these were ones that I enjoyed writing.
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