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  • Oh Look – There I Am! By Mary Alford
    I’ll let you in on a little secret…most authors put pieces of themselves into their books. Whether it be in the hero or heroine’s personality traits or the setting for the book, if you look close enough, you can see … Continue reading →
  • Breaking Down Barriers by Vicki Hinze
      As a writer, for years, I was told essentially to “color within the lines.” Make no mistake that is solid advice for those seeking to build a career.  Readers read a book by you and they expect more of the … Continue reading →
  • The Wedding Chapel
    I recently finished reading The Wedding Chapel by Rachel Hauck. This was a captivating story, intertwining two different couples, as well as two different timeframes. One is a modern-day account of a couple – Jack and Taylor. They recently eloped, … Continue reading →
  • Waze Accountability by Julie Arduini
    Recently I re-installed the driving app Waze after I noted what great time my sister and brother-in-law made traveling to and through Baltimore. I’d tried it before but didn’t really understand how to use it beyond finding funny voices to … Continue reading →
  • Wild Horses (by Hannah Alexander)
    You know the old saying? “Wild horses couldn’t keep me away!” I’m not actually sure what that means. The picture above shows a herd of wild horses. They never tried to keep us away from anything except themselves. We were … Continue reading →
  • Early Christmas Giveaways by Tara Randel
    I know it’s only the beginning of October and we’re all settling into autumn, but Christmas is right around the corner. One again I’m excited to invite you to Christmas Town, Maine. This is the fifth year of delightful Christmas … Continue reading →
  • October Release: Moments with Billy Graham OUR MOMENTOUS JOURNEY
                  When I was in my twenties, Billy Graham’s radio message encouraged me to reach out to the world. I was busy with my world of church work, husband, and infant daughter, but decided to volunteer a couple hours … Continue reading →
  • FIRST IMPRESSIONS Contest by Vicki Hinze
    ACFW is sponsoring the First Impressions contest.  It is now open and accepting entries until October 15th. Judging occurs Oct 18 – Nov 12. If you’re an unpublished author, consider entering your project.  You can get more information at:  www.acfw.com/first_impressions … Continue reading →
  • A New Release For October!
    A new month and a new release! Yesterday, my 6th Love Inspired Suspense released. The new book has me thinking about the crazy way how I started out writing for Love Inspired Suspense in the first place. In 2012, I … Continue reading →
  • Disaster: First Response by Nancy J. Farrier
      There are times I feel like my life is one disaster after another. I know I’m not alone, but it’s still not easy. Many of our bigger disasters have involved water—even though we live in a desert.   Earlier … Continue reading →
  • Learning to Savor the Moment
    By Marilyn Turk It seems like I’ve spent most of my adult life in a hurry. Raising three sons born within four years and working full time in the big city corporate world forces you to hurry. Looking back, that … Continue reading →
  • What Does Your Heart Desire?
    Take a moment to pause and consider – What does your heart desire? Do you have a dream, a wish, or a goal? Perhaps there is something tucked deep inside your heart, and you are afraid to even speak it … Continue reading →
  • Help! I’m Hooked! (by Hannah Alexander)
    I loved Nancy’s recent blog about her hiking trail in the desert. Makes me want to visit her and hike that trail with her. I’ve always had a fascination with trails and wilderness, from the time I was a toddler. … Continue reading →

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