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  • Reading the Word by Tara Randel
    Here we are again. Summer break is almost over, unless your children go back to school as early as Florida. Our kids went back this week. There’s something about the hustle of getting ready for school, even if your children … Continue reading →
  • How NOT to Trim Trees by Hannah Alexander
    This will be the shortest article I’ve ever written here due to the title of this piece. Good news: There are no longer heavy branches scraping half the shingles of our roof–and by the looks of this overgrown tree, you … Continue reading →
  • How I Spent My Summer Vacation by Julie Arduini
    I honestly thought I missed a couple posts this summer thanks to a dead laptop I had to restore. One look at my list of posts and oops, I haven’t posted since the end of June! With back to school … Continue reading →
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      When I first started reading romance novels, (I’m about to truly date myself), the Christian romance genre was TINY. Today, there’s a subgenres for Christian romance such as Amish, cowboy, small town, historical, and suspense to  name a few. … Continue reading →
  • Liberty Memorial
    When visitors ask what they should see when visiting Kansas City, I always suggest the National WWI Museum at Liberty Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri. I still recall my first visit. The visit was a request for my birthday before … Continue reading →
  • NOT THIS TIME by Vicki Hinze
    I’m down with inflamed nerves on the right side of my chest and back. Physical therapy is helping but it’s slow going (and painful).  As a result, I haven’t been on the keyboard.  But I received a note from my … Continue reading →
  • It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas…
    We are in full blown summer here in my neck of the woods in Texas, and it’s hibernation time.  You know what I mean. When the temperature creeps up to over a 100 degrees and its not fit for man … Continue reading →
  • Introducing Guest Author Colleen Coble
    Write Who You Are   I’d always wanted to write from the first moment I wrote a story in first grade. That dream went underground for a while when raising our children, but I’d take it out and blow the … Continue reading →
  • Community by Tara Randel
    As I get ready to attend the Romance Writers of America annual conference next week, I can’t help but get excited about seeing so many wonderful writer friends. I’m looking forward to visiting with women I only get to see … Continue reading →
  • Something New by Hannah Alexander
    I look at the title above and feel overwhelmed just thinking about trying something new. Life gets so complicated that the very thought of taking on yet another project numbs my brain. These kittens in the picture? They’re a big … Continue reading →
  • Life’s Unexpected Detours
    Last weekend my daughter, granddaughter, and I had to make a trip out of town—not for anything fun, but to complete some business. On the return, I was eager to get home. I’m on deadline with my current book, and … Continue reading →
  • Getting Away, If Only In Your Mind…
    Its vacation time, and some of you are making travel plans for your summer getaways. Whether it’s a tropical beach somewhere, or a breathtaking mountain retreat, getting away from the day to day grind, even if it’s just for a … Continue reading →
  • Novel Retreat by Yvonne Lehman
    For those who like to read of other’s accomplishments, or interested in becoming a part of the writing profession, or simply like to read and know about authors, I wanted to share this with you. AMERICA’S WRITING TEACHER by Lynn … Continue reading →

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