The Everything Anthology is a collection of amazing short stories, each following a version of the theme “everything.” Featuring work from 21 Christian ladies, with stories and poems ranging from  well-written contemporary to rich historical fiction, this collection is full of every type of story you can look for.

“God is truly blessing us,” Mr. Müller said as he followed to help the milkman. “Everything is working together for us, as He has promised.”

— Everything by Bree

Not that he was complaining, of course, but everything about this place was different than what he was used to. Mica tried to not let it bother him, not let it hurt… but it hurt.

— Everything by Elisabeth Joy

Everything that begins

Will one day fade and fall,

Yet from the ashes rise

Your glories, bringing awe.

— Everything by E.N. Leonard

“We’ve realized that everything God calls a Christian to do, whether it be pastor, doctor, foreign missionary, or taxi driver, can be used to bring glory to God and grow His Kingdom.”

— Everything by Hannah E. Griggs

“You have everything in control, even when it feels out of hand. Take it out of my hands and into Yours.”

— Everything by A.Y. Daniels 

How long would it be before everything could be pieced back together?

— Everything by Lucy Peterson & Alaina Johnson

I found no faults with any story in this collection—which is saying something. Each and every story is sweet and entertaining, with well-written messages about “everything” flowing through each one.

You can find it at:

Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id6445776078

Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BW363RZ1/

Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BWNXKLDC/

Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/gb/en/ebook/everything-king-s-daughters-story-collection-2

Nook: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/2940186591863

Or add it to your TBR stack on Goodreads:

Goodreads: ​​https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/122755243-everything

* Please note, that even though I am one of the authors in this collection, this is an honest review, and that fact did not change my view on the stories and the book in general.

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