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Love Ain't No Soap Opera

(Shadybrook Series Book 1)

by Connie Kuykendall

As her confidence in herself and God’s love for her grows, she discovers that true beauty isn’t found in the mirror.

As her confidence in herself and God’s love for her grows, she discovers that true beauty isn’t found in the mirror.

Tagged In: Christian> Romance > Contemporary


Love Letters: That Flawless Man of Mine by Keiki Hendrix

Posted on Feb 14, 2016 in Blog, Love Letters

So, to the man of my dreams who sings like the host of heaven and plays every instrument I’ve ever seen but will not employ those talents unless moved by the message of the music or the song, to the man who amazes me when he recounts his talks with our “Papa” and makes me yearn to be with Him, to the only man who has ever held my heart, Happy Valentine’s Day, my darling.

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Love Letters: Opposite Attraction by Linda Wood Rondeau

Posted on Feb 12, 2016 in Blog, Love Letters

We made each other only one promise the day we wed—never a dull moment. A promise we both have kept through the decades. I look back at the twists and turns in our lives and wonder how we made it this far.

And I look forward with anticipation to the uncertain future.Love has brought us to this time and love will be there beyond tomorrow.

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Love Letters: Love on the Trail to Publication by Beth Ann Ziarnik

Posted on Feb 6, 2016 in Blog, Love Letters

Can you see from heaven, sweetheart? Can you see the beautiful book Her Deadly Inheritance has become? Do you see how excited everyone is about it? How well it is doing? That I dedicated it to you? Sometimes I wish that—just for a moment—you were here to enjoy all this with me. But, of course, the Lord always knows best.

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Love Letters: A Sterling Man and a Shared Ministry by Melody Carlson

Posted on Feb 5, 2016 in Blog, Love Letters

When I first began writing, you wholeheartedly believed in me—even when it seemed like the impossible dream to publish a book. And throughout my career (250 books later) you’ve not only been my best support system, you’ve been my biggest fan. You’ve helped me every step of the way and, as you know, any success I’ve had also belongs to you. Every reader who gets touched by one of my books has also been touched by you. We have a shared ministry.

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Love Letters: Deadlines, Inspiration and Heroes by Vannetta Chapman

Posted on Feb 4, 2016 in Blog, Love Letters

You are my inspiration, dear. Each and every hero I write is you. God certainly looked down on this Texas girl and smiled when he sent you wandering into my life.
And the rest? Well the rest will appear in a novel someday soon.

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Love Letters: True Love, Teddy Bears and Dark Chocolate by Tricia Goyer

Posted on Feb 2, 2016 in Blog, Love Letters

Love, I’ve discovered, isn’t just about gifts, cards, and kind words. Love is about the way you care on ordinary days. It’s times you wash the dishes just because and rub my neck when when you’re tired yourself. It’s watching mermaid movies with our little girls to give me extra time to write and bragging to all your friends when my newest Amish novel comes out. (Even if you have no interest in Amish novels.)

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Love Letters: My Research Road Warrior by Mary Ellis

Posted on Feb 1, 2016 in Blog, Love Letters

have dragged you to bed and breakfasts set high in the Smokey Mountains, to seaside towns near the Gulf of Mexico, and to neighborhoods that needed a dresser dragged in front of the door at bedtime.

You have never complained. Not even when we both ate spoiled clams or jambalaya that set our tongues on fire. Researching with my best friend and husband of forty-plus years has always been an adventure.

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Love Letters: Addicted to Romance by Julie Lessman

Posted on Jan 31, 2016 in Blog, Love Letters

He loves me with a tender look, a lingering kiss, or just spooning at night. He loves me by saying he never gets tired of being with me (yeah, I know, his boredom threshold must be pretty high), and he loves me while dancing with me at weddings when I know he’d rather have a root canal.

And then there are all those times he took my side in front of the kids, even when I was wrong followed by gentle conviction and prayer when we were alone.

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Love Letters at the Vessel Project

Posted on Jan 30, 2016 in Blog

I’m excited to offer you a new exclusive series coming in February. Beginning February 1, I will be presenting the LOVE LETTERS series. Throughout the month you will find a special post written by one of your favorite Christian authors to the person that holds their heart in real life. Look for the first love letter on Monday, February 1st.

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Ends Today! Exclusive: Get Raleigh Harmon Mystery Series FREE

Posted on Jan 21, 2016 in Blog

If you sign up for the Vessel Project daily newsletter, you will receive Stone and Snow and Stone and Sand (books two and three in the series) free as well. This is an exclusive offer and only available at the Vessel Project. Sibella is offering this special deal to spread the word about Vessel Project and support my efforts to continue bringing you the best in free and discount Christian Kindle e-books.

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Get More Free Christian Books, Become a Book Reviewer

Posted on Jan 16, 2016 in Blog

Love to read? Sure you do. If not, I don’t think you would be reading this. I’m happy to post all the free and discount Christian eBooks everyday and I hope you enjoy them. If you haven’t gotten your fill of great Christian fiction and non-fiction here, you might want to know how to get even more free Christian books.

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How To Write Book Reviews

Posted on Jan 16, 2016 in Blog

Learn why book reviews are important & why writing them helps both you & the author. The best tribute to an author is writing a book review of their work. … How important are book reviews? For me, book reviews are second only to a recommendation from a friend. So, how do you write book reviews and where do you post them? Read on to learn more.

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Win an Amazon Echo a Day Sweepstakes

Posted on Dec 20, 2015 in Blog

Play any Prime Music song, playlist, album or station now through December 31 for a chance to win an Amazon Echo. Listen daily for more chances to win. NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN THIS SWEEPSTAKES. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING.*

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Changes are Coming. Let’s Get Ready.

Posted on Dec 18, 2015 in Blog

Many of you know that The Vessel Project is an Amazon Affiliate which means purchases made through links on the site generate advertising fees that Amazon forwards to affiliate sites. As an affiliate, I agree to Amazon’s terms and conditions when presenting items on this site to my readers. Amazon recently added several new terms to their operating agreement. To comply with this new agreement, I will be making some changes here on the Vessel Project. These changes include pricing, linking, and including value added content.

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How to Create Amazon Wish Lists

Posted on Nov 2, 2015 in Blog

Wish Lists are a great way to keep track of what you want, and sometimes get great gifts. You can create many lists both for yourself and to remember gift ideas for others. From now through the end of the year, publishers will have lots of Christian Kindle e-books on sale. If you’re a book lover and want some of these e-books as presents from friends or family, you can create a wish list to share. You can even give your gift givers a break by letting them know when books on your book list go on sale.

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