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Known by His Fruits (Pioneers in the Pulpit) (Volume 6) Paperback – February 10, 2016
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I love books and in particular romantic fiction. I've been a fan ever since I discovered the genre in my early teens. With the advent of print-on-demand and e-books, I grasped an opportunity to live a dream and published my first work in 2012. What began as a hobby back then has become a full-time joy for me. I write romance because I love happy endings, and it's such a fulfilling feeling to make relationships end well every time. Known By His Fruits is the sixth installment in my Pioneers in the Pulpit Series. I hope you'll be blessed as you read it. When I'm not writing, I'm spending time with family, walking, or reading a book. I love gospel and am partial to the song Break Every Chain because I feel like, in my life and in my writing journey, God has broken quite a few chains for me. Connect with me at www.brigettemanie.com. I love talking to readers. Blessings, Brigette
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