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MadLit Musings - We chat LIFE here with special guest authors of both fiction and non-fiction! We dive beyond the story into the deep questions of Spirituality, Does God Exist, How Does Faith Fit, Culture and Jesus, Identity, and more. It's not just a podcast to talk about writing or reading, it's a podcast where we ask the tough questions on life! Join Christy Award-Winning Author Jaime Jo Wright for Season 5!
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Darwin's theory of evolution impacted history and science and faith in ways we often forget. Join Jaime Jo Wright as she chats with Author Kimberley Woodhouse about her new release "Set in Stone" and how historic documents and lectures show the struggle man has often had in the rift between science and faith.…
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Sit down with Jaime Jo and Author John Boyle for a heartfelt and deep chat about addition and PTSD and the challenge of merging faith with mental health and our futures. "This book is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit. It is also a testament to the miracles God has performed in my life. For anyone who has ever struggled with addicti…
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Switch places, careers, romances? Yes please. In this latest novel from Author Melody Carlson, we also chat about what it's like when you just can't seem to be content where God has you. Is it possible to be like the Apostle Paul and be "content in all things", or did that guy just need a big "good for you, Paul?"…
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Victorian era romance mixed with Steampunk and a zoo of adorable animals? Yes, please. Not to mention, a sense of quirky humor, a dash of intrigue, and you have a new and very original twist along the veins of Around the World in 80 Days. Join Jaime Jo Wright as she chats with Author Angela Bell on this delightfully geared adventure!…
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Listen in as Jaime Jo Wright chats with Sarah Sundin about her latest WWII release! As the German army invades the Netherlands in 1940, Aleida van der Zee Martens escapes to London to wait out the Occupation. Separated from her three-year-old son, Theo, in the process, the young widow desperately searches for her little boy even as she works for an…
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Is there a place for trauma in fiction? And what about all the historical eras where trauma completely obliterated a people's way of life? Can fiction be too romantic or should trauma be represented differently? Join Jaime Jo Wright and Laura Frantz as they chat about her latest release "The Seamstress of Acadie" and fiction…
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Okay, so maybe don't lie, but writing a whodunnit is all about every character hiding a lie, and owning it. Join Jaime Jo Wright as she chats with Author Erica Vetsch about Regency mysteries. Step back Jane Austen, there's another author in the manor. At least that's Jaime's pride and prejudice!
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