All posts for the month August, 2012

How I became a writer?

By Lynette Bonner I grew up loving to read, but when it came to writing, I honestly wasn’t that dedicated. I often hear writers say something along the lines of, “I wrote my first story when I was only 8, and I never quit writing after that.” When I hear something like that […]

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A surprise better than Disney

by Mikayla Kayne www.kaynecreative.com I’ve heard much preaching on the subject of the afterlife. Very often it’s what people want to hear more than based on actual Biblical references.  There are visual descriptions in a few passages, but pretty much nothing about what living life will be like.  It’s one of those things […]

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Romance and a Cup of Tea

by Suzanne D. Williams So there I was, Kindle in hand, ready to read, and my thoughts went something like this: Ah, a romance story. This should be good. Chapter one, enter main male character. Rugged cowboy who used to live here. Gotcha. I clicked. Next page. Enter female character. Oh, I like […]

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Book Review: Alana & Alyssa’s Secret by Joana James

Review by Mary Findley This is the second book I have read by Joana James. While it’s less perfect technically than Nightmare at Emerald High, it’s still a very moving, powerful story about the power of God and the prayers of the faithful. Could anybody have more to overcome than Alana and Alyssa? You […]

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Don’t revive the dead Egyptians

By Susan Srock Did you ever hear something that just took a place in your heart and wouldn’t let it go? Maybe a line in a song, or book, or sermon that just hung around for future pondering. A long time ago, and I’m talking 30 years, maybe, I heard just such a […]

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Interview with Author Dawn Byrd

We are delighted to have Author Dawn Byrd with us today. Dawn tell us, how did this story come to you? Sometimes I get the strangest ideas! I love a good mystery and I love romance, but you don’t find the two together very often. Also, there are very few books available with […]

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Book Review PURSUED BY Lillian Duncan

By Ada Brownell The ultimate test of a good novel is the story told, and Lillian Duncan created a powerful story with Pursued. First the attorney, Reggie (short for Regina) Meyers is in danger of losing her job because of a grammatical error on a contract.   At the airport on her way […]

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Of Waterpots and New Wine

By Staci Stallings And on the third day there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there; and Jesus was also invited, and His disciples, to the wedding.  And when the wine gave out, the mother of Jesus said to Him, “They have no wine.”  And Jesus […]

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Why I Wrote MISSING?

By Suzanne Williams I have been a nonfiction writer for years, writing how-to articles and devotionals, so when the idea to write a fiction story came into my head, no one was more surprised than I was. After all, what did I know about writing fiction? This question became even truer the longer […]

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My Writing Journey

By Amy McGuire I’m the youngest of three children of parents who were missionaries in East Africa until I was ten.  My dad was a pilot and pastor to remote villages and my mom was a nurse. I came to know Christ personally when I was seven and I was baptized when I […]

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