All posts tagged Arts

Tale of a Harpist

By Lynn Mosher “Take a harp…play skillfully and make sweet melody…that you may be remembered.” (Is. 23:16 AMP) Suddenly taken ill, a renowned harpist was rushed to the hospital. While tests were being run to find the cause of his illness, he lay in his hospital bed, reminiscing over his life. Seeing himself […]

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My Monster

Guest Blogs for Mary E. Twomey, author of Saga of the Spheres. Writing is a strange monster. Gorgeous, unpredictable, terrifying, and precious. One moment you love what you’re into, the next you’re swearing you should scrap it all and declare yourself an illiterate just so expectations can be lowered. Learning to spell your […]

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The Importance of Reviews

By Susette Williams While the most common thought of using a review would be to help a customer decide whether or not to buy a product, there are other reasons for leaving a review as well. Believe it or not, writing can be a very discouraging profession. More often than not, people tend […]

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The Write Faith

At the end of November I was face to face with a big question. Do I have enough faith to spend my time writing books that logic says won’t sell? As you may come face to face with this same question in your life as a writer, I thought I’d share my story […]

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Capture the Memories

By Mary Anne Benedetto It seems as though we were just in the midst of the heat of summer with its tornado and hurricane warnings, floods, and humidity so thick it sometimes felt like you could chop it with a machete. Now here we are rapidly approaching the holiday season! Whether you are […]

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An Ode to the Hopeless Romantic

By Suzanne Williams I am becoming a hopeless romantic, and I thought that’d never happen to me. You see, I am the girl who watches all the guy movies, the ones with car chases and explosions, gory battle scenes where heads get lopped off. I’m the one who says, “I love that!” when […]

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Where Wild Flowers Bloom

By Ann Shorey You’d think by the title that this book would be an easy-read romance, but you’ll be surprised at the mayhem that can surround a mercantile and the young lady who manages the store for her ailing grandfather. In the first place Faith Lindberg doesn’t want to spend her life stocking […]

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How to Write a Book Review the Author Will Love

By Mary C. Findley I am a big classics fan. I have, however, recently begun reviewing book by modern authors, and especially Indie writers, some of whom I’ve become friends and acquaintances with through author and reader sites I have joined. I have gotten good responses from the authors so far, even if […]

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Romance and a Cup of Tea

by Suzanne D. Williams So there I was, Kindle in hand, ready to read, and my thoughts went something like this: Ah, a romance story. This should be good. Chapter one, enter main male character. Rugged cowboy who used to live here. Gotcha. I clicked. Next page. Enter female character. Oh, I like […]

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Interview with Author Dawn Byrd

We are delighted to have Author Dawn Byrd with us today. Dawn tell us, how did this story come to you? Sometimes I get the strangest ideas! I love a good mystery and I love romance, but you don’t find the two together very often. Also, there are very few books available with […]

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