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The Destiny Trilogy

by Cris Pasqueralle The Destiny Trilogy by Cris Pasqueralle From Book 1: On the day of their thirteenth birthdays, twins Jack and Maddie Austin receive a special gift from their wizard relative Uncle Benny: two necklaces, along with a note shrouded in secrecy. The celebration is interrupted by three intruders, led by the evil […]

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An Excerpt from “A Time to Love”

by Staci Stallings Sunday slipped by into memories all too quickly, and when evening came, it found Scott and Jenna once again by the pool. She was going to miss this space.  “I know this is kind of quick,” Scott said, “but have you thought about a date?”  “A date?” she asked and […]

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Pummeled by The Storms

by Mary L. Hamilton As I write this, Irma is pummeling Florida. I try to imagine what personal friends and writing friends and Facebook friends are experiencing. But I fail miserably, the same way I failed to imagine the devastation to my friends and former neighbors in the Houston area only two weeks ago. […]

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Getting to Know Ruth O’Neil

by Ruth O’Neil Can you tell us a little about yourself? I have been a freelance writer for more than 20 years, publishing hundreds of articles in dozens of publications as well as a few books. I enjoy helping others of all ages make their publishing dreams come true. I was born and […]

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A Review Revisited: Doubting Toward Faith

by Paula Rose A Review Revisited by Paula Rose   This review appeared on Books-N-Reviews on Publishers Marketplace by Paula Rose http://www.publishersmarketplace.com/members/booksnreviews/  Foreword by Sean McDowell | Publisher: Harvest House Publishers | Published: September 1, 2015 | Formats: eBook and Paperback (224 pages) | ASIN: B012BBIIVS and ISBN: 9780736963541 | Origin: NetGalley     Cover: Courtesy of Harvest House […]

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In The Middle of a Mess

by Staci Stallings As authors, we’re told not to react to reviews—at least directly, out loud or in print.  And ultimately that’s probably good advice because a critical review often feels like someone is attacking one of our children.  While I don’t respond to critical reviews, I can’t help but think through how […]

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Living Above the Chaos

by Paulette Harper “Remember this! In the last days there will be many troubles, because people will love themselves, love money, brag, and be proud. They will say evil things against others and will not obey their parents or be thankful or be the kind of people God wants. They will not love […]

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Why Writing Is a Form of Personal Therapy

Editor’s Note: The Following is an article written by a client of Paulette Harper, one of our regular contributors. by Gail Nordskog My writing as a form of personal therapy began over 30 years ago.  Sometime during the Jesus Movement in the late 1970’s I gave my life to Jesus.  I was given a […]

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She Loves Me in the Fall: The Neighbor

by Suzanne D. Williams Now on preorder for delivery on September 4, 2017!  Barrow Bros. Brides, Book 3  http://amzn.to/2fydkgx     Excerpt from Chapter 1:  Every spare penny she’d saved over the last two years crumpled with the bumper of her shiny new sedan, and her already low mood launched off her tongue in a […]

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Food and Rest

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon “I will feed My flock, and I will cause them to lie down, saith the LORD God”   (Ezekiel 34:15). Under the divine shepherdry saints are fed to the full. Theirs is not a windy, unsatisfying mess of mere human “thought,” but the LORD feeds them upon the solid, […]

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