Tag: womanhood

  • The Thief of Blackfriars Lane

    The Thief of Blackfriars Lane

    By Michelle Griep “It is often in tragedy where we find our life’s purpose, and that purpose is to love God and man.” – Kit Turner, The Thief of Blackfriars Lane Download our BTB Book Club Kit – FREE Would you like to read ‘The Thief of Blackfriars Lane’ with your book club? Download our…

  • Wormwood Abbey: The Secrets of Ormdale, Book 1

    Wormwood Abbey: The Secrets of Ormdale, Book 1

    “Wormwood Abbey is a cosy gothic novel of mystery, dragons, and the perils of friendship; the first in a new five-book series”

  • Mansfield Park

    Mansfield Park

    This is a witty novel, that is rich in social commentary and explores themes of social class, morality, and womens roles in society and the story satisfying concludes with every character getting their “just deserts”.

  • Enola Holmes: The Case of the Missing Marquess

    Enola Holmes: The Case of the Missing Marquess

    By Nancy Springer “But meanwhile, as she looks at the newspaper clipping, her rather long and angular face softens, rendered almost beautiful, by a smile: for she knows that in the secret code of flowers, a rose of any sort signifies love.” – Nancy Springer Download our BTB Book Club Guide for girls – FREE…

  • The Peasant King

    The Peasant King

    “Asher, as long as God is the one who controls the pounding you are safe, because it is not the mallet that shapes you. It is the hand behind it. The mallet Astyages wielded against your life can be used by God for good. And I think it already has been. When I see you,…

  • The Sisters of Sea View

    The Sisters of Sea View

    “On the south coast of Devonshire, there lived four sisters. Sisters who never stopped thinking about, and longing for, the fifth, lost to them, but God willing, not forever….”

  • The Hidden Prince

    The Hidden Prince

    The beloved daughter of Jewish captives in Babylon, Keren is sold into Daniel’s household to help her family survive

  • Pilgrim

    Pilgrim

    “I wrote this Pilgrim journey so that we might walk this road, courageously and confidently, together as Christ-followers. Through the guideposts of grace that appear in this book – guideposts which affirm key truths in the Bible – we will find that we are not alone.”