All posts for the month August, 2013

A Hero for Me

By Naty Matos In life we all are in need of a hero. As we face the difficulties we look for a way out. We want a path that will set our journey in a better direction. So we look around for someone to guide that journey. We don’t want empty words of […]

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The Use of AS and WHEN

Suzanne D. Williams   There are a couple phrases I try stridently to avoid, especially when writing fiction. I want to cover two because these are the ones I see most often. They are also the hardest to dodge, but I have found that my use of them is the “cheap way out.” […]

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Leaving the Nest

Today is a big day in my family. My twins started Kindergarten today, my oldest son started Middle school, and it’s the first day I will have spent more than a couple of hours on my own almost 6 years. This is a day that I have been looking forward to, with both dread […]

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Book Review: On Writing Well

Send to Kindle (Reviewed with a bit of flimflam) wordplay by Mary Wells © 2013   On Writing Well An Informal Guide to Writing Nonfiction By William Zinsser Available on Amazon   William Zinsser’s, On Writing Well, is not a lot of mumbo-jumbo. Instead, a hodge-podge of humor, examples, and useful tips make the reading […]

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Identity Crisis

By Mary L. Hamilton While Brady tries to figure out what he did to earn Mom’s rejection, he befriends a blind but capable cabin mate and becomes a target for the camp bully. But when he learns Mom may be in danger, Brady sees his chance to change Dropping a son or daughter […]

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CrossReads Book Blast: Found Adrift by Pauline Creeden

Send to Kindle Found Adrift By Pauline Creeden About the Book Welcome fellow drifter. I don’t know about you, but I’m easily distracted. If God set me in a rowboat on the water and told me to pay attention and not let myself drift too far from the shoreline, I’m sure I’d be in the […]

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Book Review: Raspberries and Vinegar

Raspberries and Vinegar, Valerie Comer When I first read the blurbs about this new series called Farm Fresh Romance, I was intrigued. I blog about Fresh Starts , and the farm twist was really interesting to me, so I grabbed a copy to read. Now I love the idea of FarmLit and hope […]

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Fresh Start Summer

Review by Valerie Comer We all need a fresh start from time to time. Grace Harkin has lived in Cherryvale forever. She is a driving force in the small town, beloved and respected by everyone, but when her former best friend moves back, it’s evident that an old disagreement has never been put […]

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Dreaming With God

By Precarious Yates In my 20s I began to finish things, and let me tell you—finishing became addictive, in the best of ways. God blesses us with being able to experience satisfaction with seeing something completed.  “When God gives any man wealth and possessions, and enables him to enjoy them, to accept his […]

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Why Formulas don’t work.

By David Megill My unbelieving friends frequently don’t understand why the world religions just don’t pool their resources, get together and unite over the things upon which we all agree (which to them often seems to sum up as “Don’t murder, Love each other, and don’t judge.”). Some of my believing friends wonder […]

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