Tag Archives: Janet W. Ferguson
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Wow! This story! Star Rising was all at once a novel that had many humorous and lighthearted moments, yet didn’t shy away from difficult topics. The main character, Paul, was a man who once worked in the mission field but … Continue reading →
On Tour with Prism Book Tours Book Tour Grand Finale for The Art of Rivers By Janet W. Ferguson We hope you enjoyed the tour! If you missed any of the stops you’ll find snippets, as well as the link … Continue reading →
The Art of Rivers was a deeply moving novel that dealt with broken people finding hope again. The main characters were connected in so many ways, including the fact that Rivers’ deceased fiancé was the cousin to Cooper. But, equally … Continue reading →
Falling for Grace by Janet W. Ferguson is FREE for a limited time on Kindle! Grab this beautiful and heartfelt story while you can! Download for free on Kindle here! (always double check the price to make sure the book … Continue reading →
by Kimberly Rose Johnson, Valerie Comer, Elizabeth Maddrey, Ginger Soloman, Lindi Peterson, Julie Arduini, Deb Kastner, & Janet W. Ferguson My Review: I am reviewing two of the eight novellas in this collection at this time, however, I plan to … Continue reading →
Congratulations to Brenda Murphree! She is the winner of the Audible audio book copy of Going Up South by Janet W. Ferguson. Thanks to all who entered! Happy reading!
Going Up South is such an excellent addition to the Southern Hearts series. This set of books is fast becoming a favorite series of mine! Going Up South is book two in the series, however, I believe that readers could … Continue reading →
Listening to the audio production of Leaving Oxford was an absolute delight! I have read the third book in the series, and loved it, so I was excited to return to the setting of Oxford, Mississippi by beginning with the … Continue reading →
Tackling the Fields is the first book that I have read by this author, but it is definitely not the last! This story had exactly what I was looking for in my next read. The author tackled some pretty tough … Continue reading →