Wednesday, 29 July 2015

BOOKISH SIDE OF LIFE: JULY READING REVIEW 29.7.15


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Today is update day of July completions 
for Kel's Summer Reading Challenge 
June thru August 2015
July Linkup Here
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My July reading, being influenced by the
9th Annual Canadian Book Challenge, began July 1st [til next July 1st],
with a focus on reading Canadian authors and book settings, 
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Paris in July #6 !  A month of reading everything Paris and French inspired.
A lot of fun motivation and blogging interaction en francais!
I'm pleased with my reading count so far.  Running List Here
I surpassed the summer goal of 20 July 21st 
and 117/120 for my year's total.
Here' s how this month stacked up
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1st read - City of Darkness and Light by Rhys Bowen
1905 NY Italian gang actions sends Molly, with her young son, to stay with friends in Paris -
But does the trouble stop there...?  The friends aren't there to meet her arrival as planned and as a new arrival in Paris, she's in unfamiliar territory.  The artist community is central to this Molly Murphy mystery series.  A Paris in July read that familiarized me with Paris streets , city layout and arrondissements I found helpful in further Paris themed reading.
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2nd - Tides of Honour by Genevieve Graham
Paris in July and Canadian author for Book Challenge reading  
Canadian soldier, Danny, meets the lovely Audrey while marching through the French countryside. Love at first sight becomes a commitment to love after war even when Danny loses his leg.  An evocatively moving story rich in emotion and learning through historical facts . 
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3rd - A Year in Provence by Peter Mayle
Audio listen July 6th for Paris in July 2015
Picturesque descriptions of the author and wife's adventures whilst living with the locals in Provence. Mayle's writing details prevailing work and life attitudes of the French extremely different from their own, food and drink habits, driving distractions, guest visits and expectations of British and European nationals, all written with an overarching humour well conveyed by Mayle's personable narration.
A pleasure to discover and inhabit for the length of the recording
and ensuing visual responses to life in France.
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4th - Hotel du Lac by Anita Brookner
Hotel du Lac provides an atmospheric Swiss lakeshore setting for Edith's exile and return to writing after public disgrace. Focused on the few off season guests, Edith's ruminations expand her perspectives of others as well as her personal reflections and self-realizations as the story unfolds to a surprise conclusion. I found the writing dense and altogether too weighty for being touted as a "romantic, witty, humorous, love story". Reading was like wading upstream. Lighter descriptive moments of personable connection with our protagonist were too few and far between. A solemn tone prevailed. As reader, I was viewing characters on the story's stage. Though written in the 1980s, the sense was of an earlier indeterminate era, leaving unsettled confusion of not being grounded.
As a Paris in July read,
numerous examples of French language spoken by hotel management and guests was a surprise that piqued my interest and some research of French language usage in Switzerland and
 this area of Lake Geneva. 
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5th - Lisette's List by Susan Vreeland
A #ParisinJuly contender!
My full review and response HERE as read for #collaboreads
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6th - To Mend a Dream by Tamera Alexander
See Among the Fair Magnolias for full posts of the 4 stories.
After loving Tamera's historical novel, TO WIN HER FAVOR, I appreciated being party to Savannah's own story, her siblings care, and the opportunity for both a life and a love of her own. Savannah would do almost anything to revisit her family home.
When the new owner, Aidan Bedford, seeks to redecorate the house for his fiancée, an unexpected twist offers Savannah her opportunity. But can she find the treasure her father described hiding there during the war? Definitely a wee bit of love for her worthy hero!  Delightful conclusion to the mystery search as well.
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7th - A Lady of Esteem by Kristi Ann Hunter
An intro to an upcoming Regency series, this was a light read with some entertaining twists.
Miss Amelia Stalwood may live in London at her absent guardian's townhouse, but she's never actually met any nobility, and instead of aristocrats, her closest friends are servants.
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8th- A Heart so True by Dorothy Love 
One of the entries in the collection of 4 southern romances of Among the Fair Magnolias.
Abigail Clayton hopes to reconcile with Dr. Wade Bennett and become his wife. But her father insists she marry her distant cousin Charles Kittridge so the plantations of the two families will be joined. With her wedding looming, Abby must choose between duty to her family and the yearnings of her own heart.  Such emotional responses to this story I was shocked at her father's actions and more than relieved with the final satisfying reveal... 
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9th- Full Circle by Mona Ingram
New Canadian author discovery for this contemporary story that captured me from the beginning.
Pregnant Bella is given a choice: Go to Atlanta and give up her child for adoption or leave town and raise her child on her own. She travels to California settling in Santa Monica.  Her recently widowed landlady is the perfect counterpart for Bella, helping her through pregnancy and birth.  Determined to make her way in the world and return to Willow Bend on her own terms, Bella puts all her energies into building a successful business together with her landlady.  Definitely a tribute to women's friendships, it was a positive read.
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10th- An Outlaw's Heart by Shelley Gray
Another of the Among the Fair Magnolias southern romances.
Young Russell Champion was betrayed by the two most important women in his life. Russell returns home a changed man, but can he prove it to those he loves most? 
Wonderful story from a male point of view told with spare masculine dialogue I found authentic and refreshing. The twists were reading pleasure!
And his willingness to act on his feelings made me a cheerleader.
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11th- Love Beyond Limits by Elizabeth Musser 
My final read in the collection Among the Fair Magnolias
Emily Derracott values her childhood friend Thomas McGinnis, but she cannot marry a man who doesn't share her strong convictions about the freedmen. The prospect of becoming his wife is not only improbable,it is completely impossible, despite her mother's manipulations.  The plight of the freedmen vs political opposition was strongly represented and well researched.  I learned much about plantation owner farming situations and murders at the hands of KKK actions. Thankfully, a satisfying conclusion to this insightful story.  And a delight to read a story by an expat living in Lyon France for our #ParisinJuly theme for this month!  Elizabeth's Lemon Filled Coconut Cake is a sure winner for any patisserie lover [recipe included] Merci Elizabeth!
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12th - The Curiosity Keeper by Sarah E Ladd
Brilliant beginning to the Treasures of Surrey series. I've had a fabulous day of
High Summer ReadaThon, discovering the solution to this captivating Regency mystery novel.
Looking forward to more of this series.  I always anticipate enjoying Sarah Ladd's writing...
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13th- The Art of Mentoring by Darlene Zschech
Very thorough coverage of mentoring to pass on to others the value of
what one has learned, experienced and knows.
One's attitude plays an important role.  That fact is otherwise overlooked in other similar resources.
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14th- The Sweet Life in Paris by David Lebovitz
A Paris in July audio listen.  Humorous insider's views of life in Paris and its surrounds, from this American expat pastry chef. Shopping, dining, cooking, touring, negotiating contracts, contractors, and language - contrasted examples of American vs French interactions via David Lebovitz's
experiences of living in France.
 
An excellent guide of awareness and prevention of faux pas for anyone planning to visit or to relocate.
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15th - Currently laughing out loud as I read Mark Greenside's 
I'll Never Be French [no matter what I do]
Here's my Tuesday Intro and Teaser for a wee taster of this Paris in July treat.
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I do credit High Summer Readathon hosted by Michelle at Seasons of Reading
as great annual mid summer motivation!
and
Thanks to Kels, the Bookish Side of Life Challenge and monthly linkup 
is another keeping me on track with summer's reading.
Let's see what happens once #AusteninAugust begins ...
My Jane Austen interests are taking over the readijng shelf!
Feel Welcomed to join us 
and share your reading with us at the 
Bookish Side of Life reading linkup for August.
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Find my  JUNE wrapup Here
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* Bookish Side of Life * Literacy Musing Mondays * Book Nook 12 * Paris in July *

* Dreaming of France *
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Tuesday, 28 July 2015

TUESDAY INTROS AND TEASERS FOR PARIS IN JULY : I'LL NEVER BE FRENCH by Mark Greenside 28.7.15


I'm late for Tuesday Intros and Teaser Tuesdays because I hadn't even begun this book when I would have been writing this post ordinarily.  But the book is so laugh out loud funny and it's the final Tuesday of July - which is also the final Tuesday of #ParisinJuly - so what choice do I have?
It's either be late or miss out on sharing this delight with fellow readers and Paris in July partyers.
And I don't want to miss out on either!
So, here's the opening paragraph from Mark Greenside's,
I'LL NEVER BE FRENCH
(no matter what I do)
Published by Free Press [Simon Schuster] 2008
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[First Paragraph First Chapter for Tuesday Intros
hosted by Diane at Bibliophile by the Sea]

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Getting There
"It begins with a girl.  It always begins with a girl, and even though we don't make it through the summer ---- through even half the summer ---- she gets me there and changes my life.  It doesn't matter what happened or why, it's one of the best gifts I've ever been given.
It happened like this."
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And the Teaser ?
"I tiptoe down the stairs and turn the key I left in the lock.  Nothing,  I turn the key the other way, clockwise, thinking maybe the French do it backward, like calling the second floor the first.  More nothing.. There's no way to open the door.  I'm stuck.
... I sit on the windowsill, spin around with my legs facing out, and jump---almost landing on a woman walking by.  She has a baguette in one hand and a dog's leash in the other.. The woman doesn't say anything, she doesn't even blanch---
as if this is the way French people leave their houses every day..."
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[More Tuesday Teasers at A Daily Rhythm hosted by Jenn.]
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Inside Cover Synopsis ~
"Tired of Provence in books, cuisine, and tablecloths? Exhausted from your armchair travels to Paris? Despairing of ever finding a place that speaks to you beyond reason? You are ripe for a journey to Brittany, where author Mark Greenside reluctantly travels, eats of the crêpes, and finds a second life. 
...dragged by his girlfriend to a tiny village in Brittany at the westernmost edge of France, in Finistere, "the end of the world", his life begins to change.
In a playful, headlong style, and with enormous affection for the Bretons, Greenside tells how he makes a life for himself in a country where he doesn't speak the language or know how things are done.  Against his personal inclinations and better judgments, he places his trust in the villagers he encounters.. and is consistently won over and surprised as he manages and survives day-to-day trials; from opening a bank account and buying a house to removing a beehive from the chimney--
learning the cultural ropes, living with neighbours, and making new friends...
It is a memoir about fitting in, not standing out; being part of something larger, not being separate from it; following, not leading.  It explores the joys and adventures of living a double life."
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Hoping you've enjoyed the intro and scenario.  Many more to be found at the blogs linked
where you're welcome to add your own each week.
May your month end reading be a pleasure and August bring more sunshine than rain!
I'm gathering Jane Austen related books for #AusteninAugust reading.
Have a great reading week...
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AMONG THE FAIR MAGNOLIAS: BOOK TOUR + GIVEAWAY! 28.7.15


Welcome to Today's Book Tour {with Giveaway!}
featuring the New Release
AMONG THE FAIR MAGNOLIAS
Four Southern Love Stories
by four accomplished authors ~
Tamera Alexander
Shelley Gray
Dorothy Love
Elizabeth Musser


Published July 14.15 by Thomas Nelson
Four Southern women stand at a turning point in history and in their own hearts. . .

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Don't miss this unique story collection ~ Highly anticipated,
I loved each author's story telling creativity!



To Mend a Dream by Tamera Alexander
Savannah Darby would do almost anything to revisit her family home.
When the new owner, Aidan Bedford, seeks to redecorate the house for his fiancée, an unexpected twist offers Savannah her opportunity. But can she find the treasure her father described hiding there during the war?  Before her assignment runs out?  Before she sees yet another battle lost on the home front---this time, a battle of the heart...
After loving Tamera's, TO WIN HER FAVOR, I appreciated being party to Savannah's own story, her siblings care, and the opportunity for both a life and a love of her own.  Definitely a wee bit of love for her worthy hero!  Delightful conclusion to the mystery search as well.



An Outlaw's Heart by Shelley Gray
Seven years ago, a young Russell Champion was betrayed by the two most important women in his life. Russell returns home a changed man, but can he prove it to those he loves most?  With time running out, Russell must come to terms with both his future and his past. 
Is it too late to make amends with his mother and find closure with his true love?  Wonderful story from a male point of view told with spare masculine dialogue I found authentic and refreshing.  The twists were reading pleasure!  And his willingness to act made me a cheerleader.

A Heart So True by Dorothy Love
Abigail Clayton hopes to reconcile with Dr. Wade Bennett and become his wife. But her father insists she marry her distant cousin Charles Kittridge so the plantations of the two families will be joined. With her wedding looming, Abby must choose between duty to her family and the yearnings of her own heart.  Such emotional responses to this story I was shocked at her father's actions and more than relieved with the final satisfying reveal... 

Love Beyond Limits by Elizabeth Musser
Emily Derracott values her childhood friend Thomas McGinnis, but she cannot marry a man who doesn't share her strong convictions about the freedmen. Besides, she harbours a secret love for another. But the prospect of becoming his wife is not only improbable---it is completely impossible.  The war may be over, but Emily faces her own battle in following her heart.  Definitely a satisfying conclusion to this insightful story.  And a delight to read a story by an expat living in Lyon France for our #ParisinJuly theme for this month!  Elizabeth's Lemon Filled Coconut Cake is a sure winner for any patisserie lover [recipe included] Merci Elizabeth!

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I'm drooling over the fabulous Southern recipes from each of the stories.
How about a luscious Lemon Filled Coconut Cake ? Southern Peach Cobbler?
No, I didn't think it was just me !
Here are the lovely authors offering these temptations...
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LeftTamera Alexander- best-selling author of A Lasting Impression and The Inheritance including many others. Two-time Christy Award winner, two-time RITA winner, and a recipient of the prestigious Library Journal Award. A native of west Tennessee, Tamera is found at her websiteTwitterFacebook 
Right: Shelley Gray is the author of The Heart of a Hero and Chicago World's Fair mystery series. Her Amish novel (written as Shelley Shepard Gray), The Protector, recently made the New York Times best seller list. Connect with Shelley at her websiteTwitterFacebook
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LeftDorothy Love makes her home in the Texas hill country with her husband and their golden retriever. An award-winning author of numerous young adult novels, Dorothy made her adult debut with the Hickory Ridge novels. Find more at Dorothy's websiteTwitterFacebook
 
Right: Elizabeth Musser, So pleased to find this Georgia expat now living in Lyon France, during our #ParisinJuly theme. Elizabeth is a novelist who writes what she calls 'entertainment with a soul.'  For over 25 years, Elizabeth and her husband, Paul, have been involved in mission work with International Teams.  Join more of Elizabeth's adventures at her websiteTwitterFacebook

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Join the authors in celebrating the release of Among the Fair Magnolias by entering to win their
Southern Hearts Kindle Fire Giveaway
and RSVPing to their
 
August 13th author chat party!

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One grand prize winner will receive:

  • A Kindle Fire HD 6

  • One copy of Among the Fair Magnolias

Enter today by clicking the icon below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on 8/13. The winner will be announced at the
Among the Fair Magnolias Facebook party.
RSVP for a chance to connect with Tamera, Dorothy, Shelley, and Elizabeth,
as well as for a chance to win some great prizes!


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RSVP today and spread the word—tell your friends about the Giveaway via FACEBOOK, TWITTER, or PINTEREST and increase your chances of winning.
Hoping to see you on the 13th!

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Thank you to Thomas Nelson  and Litfuse for providing a copy for reading and review without cost or obligation.
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Monday, 27 July 2015

TOP TEN TUESDAY: BOOKISH CHARACTERS 28.7.15


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TOP TEN TUESDAY
July 28th Theme at The Broke and Bookish ? 
Ten Characters Who Are Fellow Book Nerds 
[love reading, are writers, work at a bookstore, etc] 

Here's one TTT to get me researching my book memories!
Not sure I'll make it to 10 but will give it a go ...
Beginning with this month's PARIS in JULY theme, I'll add -
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 Canadian Book Challenge 9 begins annually on Canada Day, July 1st, fondly 
celebrated reading any from the series of our book loving Anne of Green Gables -
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Another classic book lover ... and writer, pictured in this cover
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Featuring a variation of Goodnight Moon, bookstore owners with a mysterious twist...
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Love CJ Darlington's suspense filled thriller series of antiquarian estate sales and 1st editions...
book 1 Thicker Than Blood
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Book 2 - Bound by Guilt - from my review:
"The story itself is intense with an increasing pace that had me laying the book aside at times to relieve the tension. Suspenseful drama, mystery, adventure, intrigue, all realistic in culturally relevant contemporary settings. Well developed growth and maturing of likeable characters; strong emotionally influential features of disliked characters. Generational variety in characters who come to life in the reading, exhibiting believable actions and reactions.
Enough twists to keep the reader guessing and unsettled enough to keep reading. 
I recommend Ms Darlington's 'Bound By Guilt' as readily as her debut, 'Thicker Than Blood'."
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3rd of the series, Ties That BindOn a quest to find her father, a young woman discovers she has two sisters who have no idea she exists. Brynn Taylor is determined to find her father, a man she's never met. Her only clue to his whereabouts is an address she finds in a rare volume of Jane Austen's "Sense & Sensibility" inscribed to her years ago.
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Situated in England and suddenly out of work, an opportunity to assist an author offers
A Summer to Remember
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From summer to winter, a  bookstore owner's story I loved is found in Jan Karon's
Shepherds Abiding
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And from winter to Summer's List . 
When Summer's dying gran gives Summer a bucket list to complete, Summer must decide
if she's willing or not to venture beyond her comfortable life hidden in the bookstore.
This newly released bookstore tale brings me to 10.
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And one for good measure - Dear Mr Knightley - I love this incognito, Jane Austen loving writer!
Especially as next weekend begins #AusteninAugust with Adam of Roof Beam Reader -
Be sure to Signup for the month long Reading  Party for Jane Austen fans.
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Any favs you'd like to inspire new additions to my shelves?
I look forward to discovering your writerly and readerly bibliophile tales!



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Next week's TTT theme?
August 4: Ten Fairytale Retellings I've Read/Want To Read
[or you could do fairytales I want to be retold or fairytales I love]
Upcoming...
August 11: Top Ten Authors I've Read The Most Books From
August 18: Top Ten Of Your Auto-buy Authors
(no matter the genre or what it's about...you'll buy it from these authors!).
If you want to get specific you can break it into genre.

August 25: Top Ten Books That Would Be On Your Syllabus If You Taught X 101
(eg: YA fantasy 101, feminist literature 101, magic in YA 101, classic YA lit 101,
world-building 101)

September 1: Ten Characters You Just Didn't Click With
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HIGH SUMMER READ-A-THON: WRAP UP of JULY 20 - 26TH 27.7.15



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~ HIGH SUMMER Read-a-Thon Wrap Up ~

3 audios at 6 hrs + 5 hrs + 1 hr = 12 hrs total
7 books read = 1097 pages read total
HapPy Dancing !  Thanks for joining the FuN of focused Reading.

Thanks to Michelle of Seasons of Reading for hosting these annual events!
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~ Mid Week High Summer Readathon Updates ~
The Sweet Life in Paris by David Lebovitz = 3 hrs audio July 20th
                                                          completed 3 hrs audio July 26th
Emma by Alexander McCall Smith = 43 pgs July 20th
                                                            107 pgs July 21st
                                                               21 pgs July 23rd
                                                               71 pgs July 24th
                                                               22 pgs July 26th
To Capture Her Heart by Rebecca DeMarino = 34 pgs July 20th
A Heart So True by Dorothy Love = 96 pgs completed July 21
An Outlaw's Heart by Shelley Gray = 96 pgs completed July 22
Full Circle by Mona Ingram = 170 pgs completed July 22
The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton = 1 hr audio July 22
Love Beyond Limits by Elizabeth Musser = 96 pgs  July 24
The CuriosityKeeper by Sarah E. Ladd = 341 pgs July 25
The Art of Mentoring by Darlene Zschech Narrated by Anna-Lisa Horton
                                                                   = completed 5 hrs audio July 26

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#SONGSonSUNDAYS: LIVING HOPE CD GIVEAWAY! July 26 - Aug 5th



WELCOME to #SONGSonSUNDAYS 


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our last for this gorgeous summer month of July!
I can't believe how this month has just flown by amidst
an unusual mix of heat waves and thunderstorms here on the Prairies.
I hope you've been able to catch mostly sunny rays where you are...
Today is definitely focused on HOPE and LIVING HOPE 
a brand new album exclusive release via some people with very large and caring hearts.
On June 2, 2015, Pizza Ranch released a CD called Living Hope containing twelve songs - new music by many of our favourite Christian artists.  Most of the songs are brand-new and written exclusively for this CD around the theme of Hope.  Artists include Colton Dixon, Francesca Batistelli, Ellie Holcomb, Sidewalk Prophets, Kevin Max, Bart Millard, Passion Band featuring Kristian Stanfill, Michael W. Smith, and Mark Schultz.  

Here's Matthew West's back story on "DAY ONE", his contribution to LIVING HOPE



Isn't that a fabulous story?  Love it.  Such goodness and grace of God.
"Praised be God, Father of our Lord Yeshua the Messiah, who, in keeping with his great mercy, has caused us, through the resurrection of Yeshua the Messiah from the dead, to be born again to a living hope."
-   1 Peter 1.3 
(CJB)

The CD is available to purchase for $5 plus tax
exclusively in Pizza Ranch restaurants or for download at Pizza Ranch
through August 31.  
plus...
You have the opportunity to Enter to WIN yourself a copy this week at FHC!
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From Adrie Groeneweg, President & CEO of Pizza Ranch, Inc.: 
 "This album has a very special meaning for Pizza Ranch.  Although Pizza Ranch is not in the music business...doors have been opening for this album.  Through these events, I believe..God has been..putting it on our hearts to collectively create this project.  As such, we call this our miracle album, Living Hope.
​ I personally hope that you will enjoy the music, reflect on the words...sing loudly along with the artists and
make a joyful noise unto the Lord.
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I am one listener who is doing just that!
Francesca Battistelli gives us reason to sing of our FUTURE via LIVING HOPE
for this edition of #SONGSonSUNDAYS
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I love the entrepreneurial spirit that birthed this album venture just as when a 19 year old
Adrie Groeneweg had a dream in Hull, IA, in 1981. 
What was simple to Adrie,  "Why does everyone have to drive out of town to get a 
pizza?"
Would not necessarily have seemed simple to anyone else!
With just six specialty and single topping 
pizza recipes developed by Adrie's mother, Lorraine, Pizza Ranch was born.  Pizza Ranch's vision and mission is to glorify God by positively impacting the world. It's part of the reason they've put together the album.
They have 190+ locations across 13 states including Iowa, Minnesota, S Dakota, N Dakota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Nebraska, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado. 
Home of the Pizza Lover’s Pizza®, The Country’s Best Chicken®, and their famous cactus bread, Pizza Ranch prides itself on legendary service and quality food.
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"To bless and benefit those around us is what makes us tick."  
You can learn more about it at their daily blog found at PizzaRanchServes.com "
Please do Connect and Find More on the LIVING HOPE Project via their SOCIAL • C O R N E R  

* Twitter  @PizzaRanch  @PRServes * Facebook * Official LIVING HOPE Project Website *
YouTube Channel featuring artists and intros to their album contributions
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ENTER to WIN a LIVING HOPE cd !
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