Nadine Koerner

Psalm 23:1 ‘The LORD is my shepherd, I shall not be in want’ is Nadine Nicole Koerner’s favorite psalm. She studied geography, spatial planning, history and sociology in Germany and China and holds a Ph.D. in geography. Since 2004 she has been working in a boarding school in South China. Nadine Nicole Koerner is a fervent traveler, reader and writer and a member of the Catholic Writers Guild. She is active in two local Chinese churches and shares her experiences as a contributor on catholic365.com.

Book Reviews by Nadine Koerner

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Stories for the 12 Days of Christmas

Linda Manfield’s Stories for the 12 days of Christmas is a collection of Christmas stories about the experiences had during the Christmas season and the resulting changes in peoples’ perceptions, ways of thinking, and, finally, their lives.

There are 13 short stories; as the author writes, “I threw in a 13th one because I like to give people more than they expect, at Christmas and otherwise.” This is the topic and lesson of the first story, “It is better to give than to receive,” the story about Kathy Simpson, a single mom, who is struggling to make ends m...

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Webber House

Mary Ellen Shea Clifford’s Webber House is a fast-paced holiday adventure story that raises the question if secrets should be kept under all circumstances or not.

Webber House, the first of four short e-books in the Saginaw Series, is set in present-day Saginaw, Michigan, where an old mansion stirs the imagination of the two protagonists, best friends and soon-to-be 9th graders, Katy and Jen. One day, when they’re about to peek into the mansion, a man chases them away.  Afraid of being grounded for the rest of their holidays, Jen makes Katy promi...

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