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  • Spreading the Word in Chapel Cars and an Announcement by Judith Miller
    I’m delighted to share that my most recent book, The Chapel Car Bride, released on April 6th. Writing this latest book was a genuine pleasure because I was able to include a piece of history that isn’t common knowledge. In … Continue reading →
  • I Believe, but I Need Proof by Julie Arduini
    Every Easter season, I reflect on the disciples and their choices. Our church offers a Passion Play and no matter how many times I’ve seen it, I think about Peter’s transformation from foot-in-the mouth to feet on the ground to … Continue reading →
  • Easter All Year Long by Mary Alford
    This year, because of family scheduling, my husband and I decided to have our Easter Celebration for our three granddaughters on Monday, the day after Easter. With so much commercialism involved in Easter, I wanted to make sure that each … Continue reading →
  • Easter All Year Long
      This year, because of family scheduling, my husband and I decided to have our Easter Celebration for our three granddaughters on Monday, the day after Easter. With so much commercialism involved in Easter, I wanted to make sure that … Continue reading →
  • A Gift Before Departing by Vicki Hinze
    A Gift Before Departing  By Vicki Hinze   A few years ago I thought I had a life-threatening illness. It turned out to be a paperwork mistake, but there were about six weeks when I didn’t yet know that.   … Continue reading →
  • WHAT IF… SO WHAT… WHY? by Yvonne Lehman
        We writers are often told to use the “What if?” factor in our writing. Our response can get us started in our stories, or be an effective tool when we feel stumped. However, no matter how creative a … Continue reading →
  • Easter Greetings by Tara Randel
    I’d like to wish all our wonderful readers a very Happy Easter! I hope you, and your families, celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ together! After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary … Continue reading →
  • A Ride on the Wild Side by Hannah Alexander
    Mel and I recently took a research trip for a possible new setting for a book. We have moved to the edge of the sand hills in Western Nebraska, and had been told that the real sand hills were to … Continue reading →
  • I AM That Mom by Julie Arduini
    As I’ve shared in previous posts, it has been a difficult season for our kids. What makes it so hard to watch is it’s one of those cases where it isn’t consequences for making terrible choices. It’s a refining process … Continue reading →
  • Living on the Edge of Danger… by Mary Alford
    Anyone else out there love a good spy story? I don’t know what it is about them, but I just can’t get enough of spy stories, whether it’s reading or writing them. Maybe it’s the possibility of living every day … Continue reading →
  • Easter in the Amana Colonies by Judith Miller
    As I mentioned in my previous posts, I enjoy research and finding unusual settings for my books. One of the places I focused upon for six books and one novella was the Amana Colonies in Iowa. During that time, I … Continue reading →
  • Pray for Your City by Tara Randel
    I always look forward to spring. Here in Florida, the temperatures are already inching into the eighties. Guess we’re going to fast-forward into summer. But when I venture outside in the morning, I can catch cool breezes and the scent … Continue reading →
  • AFTER The Deadline by Hannah Alexander
    Pretty much everyone I know lives with a deadline of some kind. Most of my writing friends know the squeeze of a writing-rewriting-promoting deadline. Sure, being a writer is a lot of fun (in our dreams) but there is nothing … Continue reading →

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