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108 Great Lines from Great Authors

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The Message in a Bottle Romance Collection

A Song in the Night by Amanda Dykes “Seems to me your wings were made to fly. Your heart was made to beat. The air about you was made to carry you. You will not be the same as before, … Continue reading

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When God Doesn’t Fix It

by Laura Story Am I going to let my circumstances determine my view of God, or am I going to let God determine how I view my circumstances? It’s not how strong my faith is. It’s how strong my God … Continue reading

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The Feathered Bone

by Julie Cantrell  So maybe a miracle is anything that gets us through another day when life gets too hard.

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Turbo Twenty-Three

by Janet Evanovich “It’s sad to see a broken-down ice cream truck full of bullet holes,” Lula said. “What’s this country coming to?”

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A Moonbow Night

by Laura Frantz I ain’t so blessed that the Lord’ll send a chariot of fire down from heaven to take me home like He did Elijah, but I’d be glad to go easy. 

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The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion

by Fanny Flagg What will people think when they find out I’m not a Krackenberry or a Simmons-that I’m an illegitimate Yankee Polish orphan?

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Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me

by Ian Morgan Cron My brother told me Sister Rita Marie was so old that she had been a personal friend of the Virgin Mary. It made me stop and think, How could the Virgin Mary be such a poor … Continue reading

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The Mistress of Tall Acre

by Laura Frantz Theirs was a safe, suitable arrangement. She was in love with someone else. He had no wish to love again. What could possibly go wrong?

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First Star I See Tonight

by Susan Elizabeth Phillips Cooper had met a lot of loonies during his career, but that lady lived in a bat house all her own, complete with blacked-out windows, and a big ol’ hole in the roof. One thing he’s … Continue reading

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