All posts tagged Amazon Kindle

Staying Relevant (but keeping violence in YA fiction under control)

by Deborah Heal A Dangerous Trend I don’t believe fiction, especially Christian fiction for young people, needs gratuitous violence to make the plot exciting. I was happy to discover Wall Street Journal book reviewer Meghan Cox Gurdon and her Imprimus article, “The Case for Good Taste in Children’s Books.” In it she gives examples of […]

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Digging Up Your Past so You Can Resurrect Your Future

By Gina Conroy Sometimes when writing a novel, the story takes on a life of its own. The words and themes seem to flow naturally, without much thought, and by some miracle, it all seems to work together. As if God planned it that way. That’s how it was with Digging Up Death. […]

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Interview with Corine Hyman

Welcome Corine to our Grace and Faith Blog. We know that you have a new book. Tell me about your book? What was your inspiration for the book? As a young child I was forever asking questions.  Naturally some of the questions I would always have around Christmas was “why are we doing this?” “Why […]

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Park & Pray

By Joy DeKok Because you are my help, I sing in the shadow of your wings. Psalm 63:7 (NIV) When my heart hurts, and it’s warm outside, we ride. With Sophie and Tucker riding shotgun, hot coffee or cold water (sometimes when it’s really bad, both), my cell phone (in case of an […]

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Interview with Author Josette Downey

Today in Grace and Faith we have the honor of interviewing Author Josette Downey. She’s here to tell us a little bit about herself and her recent books. Welcome Josette, What inspired you to write your first book?  Shortly after I got married, I had a dream that I was still in high school […]

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GOD’S GOT YOU COVERED

By Suzanne D. Williams One of the hardest things a writer learns to deal with is the judgment of others. After all, we pour our heart out on the page, each word a symbol of the time and diligence we’ve dedicated to our craft.   Speaking personally, there isn’t a comment I haven’t […]

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Change Can Be A Good Thing

By Amy McGuire It’s hard to believe the last day of summer and the first day of fall have come and gone.  I’ve been watching the leaves on the maple and oak trees in my neighbourhood slowly change colours and am reminded that there is a season for everything.  I think King Solomon […]

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Book Release: The Way

Send to Kindle The Way   By Mary E. Twomey   ASIN: B00EYQ7V01 $9.99   Volume One of the Vemreaux   Genre: Young Adult Fantasy Fiction – Dystopia       In a world not divided by race, creed or color, but by blood type, Blue Anders finds herself on the wrong end of fortune’s […]

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Love Me Sane Book Signing

Hello Everyone, I had my first book signing for Love Me Sane on 8/31/2013 at the Barnes and Noble on the IUPUI campus in Indianapolis, Indiana. I was elated by the amount of support I received from family and friends. This was also my birthday so I felt like a spiritual rebirth occurred. […]

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DARK ALLEYS

By Lillian Duncan   James 4: 8  Draw close to God, and God will draw close to you.     We humans are not necessarily the smartest of God’s creations even though we think we are! We seem to go out of our way to hurt ourselves in so many different creative ways. […]

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