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  • Blow-out (by Hannah Alexander)
    This weekend has been our first time for company in our new home, so the past couple of days have been a big deal for us. Having family made it easy and so much fun. We had a guided tour … Continue reading →
  • Times of Trouble by Vicki Hinze
    Troubles take many forms, but the simple truth is no one escapes them. There are times in life for everything. Joy and grief, success and failure, weariness and elation. Some call these cycles of life. Others call them seasons. Whatever … Continue reading →
  • Commitments, Commitments, Commitments
    By Marilyn Turk That feeling is starting to close in on me again. Just when I thought I was handling everything well, more “things” started vying for attention. Do you ever feel that way? Do you feel like you have … Continue reading →
  • St. Nicolas Cathedral, Tarpon Springs
    While preparing to write The Lady of Tarpon Springs, I made a research trip to Tarpon Springs, Florida. During my visit, I toured the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral. The edifice was constructed in 1943, long after the setting of … Continue reading →
  • Happy Birthday, Dad!
    Scheduled to post a blog here today, I knew exactly what to write about: my father. William Douglas Jacobs was born on August 9, 1903, and died August 7, 1990, two days short of his eighty-seventh birthday. He lived a … Continue reading →
  • Inspiring Things… by Mary Alford
    As an author, inspiration comes to me in the most unusual of ways. I never know when an idea will take flight. Maybe it comes from something I’ve seen on TV, or overheard in a conversation. It can even come … Continue reading →
  • Summer Book Release by Tara Randel
    Here we are in the dog days of summer. I don’t know about you, but when the temperatures are hovering around the nineties, I’m happy to stay inside where it’s cool. For me, the summer had always been a perfect … Continue reading →
  • Share Your Story? by Yvonne Lehman
    Ever had a mishap in the kitchen? The stories in book #10 of the Moments series are hilarious (except at the time they happened!) The articles in these books are written by accomplished authors and writers who never wrote anything … Continue reading →
  • When You Encounter a Roadblock, Take a Detour!
    I love writing. I love when inspiration hits and I have to get my thoughts down. It’s exhilarating. Whether you are a writer, or if you have a different passion or hobby, I am sure you can relate. Yet if … Continue reading →
  • Summer Trip (by Hannah Alexander)
    What a beautiful world we live in! After our move west two years ago, and then another move farther west this year, we haven’t been in the mood for yet another long trip this summer, but we wanted to explore … Continue reading →
  • A Wineskin in Smoke by Nancy J. Farrier
    From the time I was young I loved sitting around a campfire. We would cook hot dogs or marshmallows. Make s’mores. Laugh and talk, or sometimes sit and watch the flames dance. The one thing I didn’t like was the … Continue reading →
  • Discovering a Book by Marilyn Turk
    By Marilyn Turk People often ask me where I get the ideas for my books. Their question implies I’m creative and that I come up with these ideas all by myself. Not true. You see, I’m a historical writer, so … Continue reading →
  • Lyn Cote Asks-Is God an Author?
    Lyn Cote Asks-Is God an Author? I think He is. And a very good one. Just think of all the movies made of his “memorable” stories–Samson and Delilah (could a man be that dumb?–evidently–yes), The Ten Commandments (will we ever … Continue reading →

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