Christians Read, Authors, Vicki Hinze, Camy Tang, Elizabeth Goddard, Maureen Lang, Yvonne Lehman, Susan May Warren, Hannah Alexander, Tara Randel, Julie Arduini, Mary Alfrd, Judith Miller

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We are Christians who both read and write Christian fiction. The goal for this blog is to talk about the books we read and about our spiritual journeys. So you’re just as apt to read a review or comments on a book–fiction or non-fiction–as you are to read a devotional or inspiring quote or about daily Christian life in our posts. On the weekends, we post about writing and welcome guest bloggers. It is our hope to build a community where we can interact, discuss matters of importance to us, encourage, share and lift spirits.

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  • C. S. Lewis, George MacDonald, and the Life-Changing Power of Stories
    by Jim Denney Clive Staples Lewis — “Jack” to his friends and family — was raised in the Church of Ireland. The death of his mother when he was nine years old shattered his happy childhood. By age fifteen, he … Continue reading →
  • Lyn Cote Asks-Have you ever heard of America’s First Self-Made Female Millionaire?
    Have you ever heard of Madame C J Walker? She was the first self-made (not inherited wealth) woman millionaire in the US. This video is just a quick dab of info. If you click the tab above, marked Women Who … Continue reading →
  • Step Eight in our Journey
    As Mary Alford said in this past Tuesday’s post, readers find book series very appealing because they want to know what happens next to the characters they’ve come to love. With that in mind, we authors often plan ahead and … Continue reading →
  • How Barbara Bush Inspired Me by Julie Arduini
    It was a shock, even though she was 92, to read that First Lady Barbara Bush was ill and refusing further treatment. Feisty to the very end, she passed away calling the shots for her last days—to be home surrounded … Continue reading →
  • The Never Ending Story – The Series
    Have you ever reached the end of a great book and thought, “No! That can’t be it. I’m not ready for it to end…” I think most of us have had that type of reaction to a book that drew … Continue reading →
  • Did I Hear That Right?
    By Nancy J. Farrier   I am always a happy camper when my kids visit. I especially enjoy hanging out with my daughters. We talk non-stop, going from one topic to another, and we share a lot of laughs.   … Continue reading →
  • Welcome Guest Author Nancy Mehl
    Welcome, Nancy. We’re happy to have you here with us today. Can you tell us a little about how you started your writing career?  I actually started writing as a kid. My first book was DANNY GOES TO THE CIRCUS. … Continue reading →
  • De-Stressing
    By Marilyn Turk Last year was a very difficult year for me. A troubling family situation consumed my mind, therefore focus on other things was a challenge. 2018 was also the first year of the Blue Lake Christian Writers Retreat … Continue reading →
  • The Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion by Judy Miller
    During a visit to St. Louis several years ago, one of the unexpected delights was a visit to the Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion. This was an unplanned sightseeing tour that came about when I spotted a pamphlet in the hotel. It didn’t … Continue reading →
  • This or That Interview by Margaret Daley
    This or That Interview by Margaret Daley #1. Coffee or Tea?
I love tea. I drink it every day. I’ve never liked coffee although I love the scent of it brewing #2. Print or E-reader? I finally got a Kindle last … Continue reading →
  • On Spring, Glory and Grace
    As flowers start peeking up from the hard, dull earth, as buds appear on bare branches, it’s hard not to be reminded that God reveals Himself in two ways: through the Bible and in nature. Both revelations can’t help but … Continue reading →
  • Binge Much? (by Hannah Alexander)
    I’ve been seeing this term more often lately–binge watching. We binge on television shows, watching half a season of our favorite TV shows in one sitting just because we have the technology. Because it’s available now. Maybe there are other … Continue reading →
    CRAFT, CREATIVITY, and COMMITMENT I read about a young man who emailed his seminary professor asking for a good reason why so many trite and meaningless rules in the Bible were of any importance. A week later, he emailed the … Continue reading →

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