I think I have a soft spot in my heart for books about writers. Books about women stepping up in a so-called man’s world too. Put the two together, and I’m sold. The Secrets of Paper and Ink was a sweet past-present story of three women (2 modern, 1 historical) who find healing through words and find God in their story in the process. I really enjoyed this book; here are 3 reasons why.
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