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On 12/11 Faith wrote: The only true home which Sam ever had was an orphanage. Her life and conversations are taken from lead characters in stories which she has read about. Suddenly she is met with an offer of a lifetime. An anonymous person which goes by the name of Mr. Knightly will pay for her journalism education if she ... Words of Growth
On 12/11 Crystal Scott wrote: When I first received No Cape Required I didn’t know how much I would like this devotional or even if I could recommend it to others. The cover is plain, the text is plain, it just didn’t look appealing, but as I opened the book and started to read it, my opinion changed. Growing up we all have ... No Cape Required Review
On 12/11 Cheryl Hart wrote: I was surprised to learn this was a debut novel. The Characters are fleshed out nicely and the plot is strong. I really enjoyed how the story opened with correspondence through letters. It allowed me to fall into the characters and feel of the times. I also like how it isn’t a re-telling, but ... Dear Mr. Knightley
On 12/11 Book Nerd wrote: Mentoring is a lost art in many cirlces of life…both in church & society. Here’s what a few notable folks say about mentoring: “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” ― Benjamin Franklin “The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.” ... Good, not great.