All posts for the month March, 2014

Patient Love by Rikki Strong

Send to Kindle It’s my birthday tomorrow. Most people don’t believe me, but really, April Fool’s Day is just another day. People have birthdays on April Fool’s Day… though, we don’t always like it. Looking back, as people often do as another year of life comes to an end, it is plain to see God’s […]

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2 Simple Steps to Living a Full Life by Heather Hart

Send to Kindle Life can be chaotic. As a full-time author, entrepreneur and mother of four, that can actually seem like an understatement to me at times, and that’s why one of my favorite Bible passages is Matthew 11:28-30 where Jesus said, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will […]

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What An Author Needs The Most by Suzanne D. Williams

Send to Kindle As a writer, there is only one type of person I need to do my job for – those who love me. You see, I’ve written and sold books for two years now, and God has blessed me. I am extremely grateful and remind myself of His hand in my life every […]

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CrossReads Book Blast: The Swaddling Clothes, Amber Schamel

Send to Kindle The Swaddling Clothes By Amber Schamel About the Book Through the ages, many stories have been told about Mary, Joseph and the birth of the Messiah. Stories of shepherds and sheep, kings, angels, and stables. But there is one story that has never been told. One story that has remained hidden in […]

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SPIRITUAL THEMES By Cathy Bryant, author of the Miller’s Creek Novels

Send to Kindle   For those of us who aspire to be inspirational fiction authors, we would do well to consider the above quote. Our stories, for the most part, are the lie. They’re fragments of our life experiences and imaginations pasted together to create a fictional tale. While the stories we write are hopefully […]

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4 Creative Ways to Find an Illustrator by Corine Hyman

Send to Kindle 4 Creative Ways to Find an Illustrator  As a children’s author of several picture books, one of the most common questions I get is how to find an illustrator.  Over the course of my publishing career I have found several creative and affordable ways to find an illustrator. [easyazon_image add_to_cart=”default” align=”left” asin=”098554239X” […]

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Send to Kindle   Many years ago God, through the Holy Spirit, told mani how the universe came to be. The history of man began with God. First he created the heavens and the earth. The earth was a desolate ruin with no form. The surface of the bottomless sea was hidden by darkness, and […]

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Gems from Pastor Jim for 3/18/2014 by Jim Hughes

Send to Kindle Ps. 15:1, 2 Who may worship in your sanctuary, LORD? Who may enter your presence on your holy hill? Those who lead blameless lives and do what is right, speaking the truth from sincere hearts. Wanting to know who may approach the Lord in worship and be found acceptable to Him is […]

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My Latest Twittersperiment by Mary J. Findley

Send to Kindle My latest Twittersperiment has several sub-experiments running, but I’ll share what’s going on right now. 1. Permalinks. I was introduced to this method of retweeting recently. Retweets are supposed to be better than tweets for sharing other people’s information. Not sure why, but I know I get a lot more retweets since […]

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An Affection for Green By Ada Brownell

Send to Kindle Although I often wear green on St. Patrick’s day, I’ve never cared much for observing traditions associated with the holiday. I let my co-workers go by themselves to the Irish Pub. I’ve never tasted Corned Beef and Cabbage. What is Corned beef anyway? Culinary Arts’ says Corned beef is a preparation […]

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