All posts for the month February, 2018

Back to Basics

by Suzanne D. Williams I wrote a post last month where I lamented my inability to read without editing the material. Rather than be complaisant and continue on as I am, though, I decided to, at least, put forth the effort to overcome my problem. Alas . . . do authors still say “alas?” . . […]

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Shouting Out Your Name

by Ruth O’Neil Social media can be a very powerful marketing tool, or it can be an annoyance to the people you are trying to reach. There’s a fine line. I admit that I joined a lot of groups hoping to share and find all sorts of buyers for my books. I probably annoyed at least some […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 18:13 What a shame, what folly, to give advice before listening to the facts! It happens all the time. People are quick to give advice before they know the facts. It takes time to discern truth from fiction. One must listen carefully and give careful thought to what he […]

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Faith’s Checkbook: Better Farther On

Send to Kindle“Though I have afflicted thee, I will afflict thee no more”   (Nahum 1:12). There is a limit to affliction. God sends it, and God removes it. Do you sigh and say, “When will the end be?” Remember that our griefs will surely and finally end when this poor earthly life is over, Let us […]

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Left Something Behind?

by Rebekah Beene My dad liked to move a lot. I am remembering one move in particular this morning. I was almost 9 and I was glad to leave the school I was attending. But I also had to leave Nipper behind. He was one of my favorite dogs of all time. A […]

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Valentine’s Day Author Interview

by Lisa M. Prysock Happy Valentine’s Day!  Today I’m sharing an author interview about my new release, Marry Me Katie!  I hope you will enjoy this short video sharing a little about this fun, romantic book from this exciting new 7 book series, ‘Whispers in Wyoming’, with authors Danni Roan, Kari Trumbo, and Rachel Skatvold.   Be […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 18:12 Haughtiness goes before destruction; humility before honor. Haughtiness is pride. It is patting one’s self on the back when something noteworthy is accomplished. It is the sense that I did it, that I am of greater worth because of what I was able to do. Pride elevates our […]

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A Review Revisited: His Love Never Quits

by Paula Rose This review originally appeared on Books-N-Reviews by Paula Rose on Publishers Marketplace. Publisher: Waterfall Press | Published: January 6, 2015 | Format: eBook (122 pages), Paperback (114 pages), and Audio | ASIN: B00J0H9942, ISBN: 9781477824726, and Audio ISBN:  9781491533772 | Origin: NetGalley     Cover: Courtesy of Waterfall Press  Thoughts: HIS LOVE NEVER QUITS: Finding […]

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He Gives Rest

by Sherry Chamblee I’ve been feeling exhausted lately, not only physically, but mentally and emotionally. In this period of my life, I feel more than ever that just reading some quiet verses about finding rest in Christ would be the best thing.   Yet for some reason, my carnal mind rebels against even sitting […]

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The View From My Window

by Mary L. Hamilton I thought the box in my cupboard held some of my writing craft books. But when I took it out and opened it, I found it filled with items culled from my mother’s house years ago when she moved into assisted living. I sifted through the treasured memories, feeling as if I’d stepped into an attic filled with antiques. […]

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