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Holy Memories of the Heart

by Mary L. Hamilton “Only be careful and watch yourselves closely so that you do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them slip from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and to their children after them.”  Deuteronomy 4:9 (NIV) One of my challenges for […]

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Book Spotlight: The Chosen

by Patricia Bell Book Spotlight The Chosen by Patricia Bell The Chosen – A Canyon Rock Suspense Series is now on pre-order at the discounted price of $2.99  After yet another fight with her mother, 17yo Luna Ferris has run off… again. This time she’s determined to stay away. When she’s accosted in […]

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A Review Revisited: Plain Fame

by Paula Rose This review originally appeared on Books-N-Reviews by Paula Rose on Publishers Marketplace. Publisher: Waterfall Press | Published: September 29, 2015 | Formats: eBook (242 pages), Paperback (242 pages), and Audio CD | ASIN: B00U0N5GEC, ISBN: 9781503945371, and Audio ISBN: 9781501266713 | Series: The Plain Fame Series (Book 1) | Origin: NetGalley  […]

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Author Interview for You Today

by Lisa Prysock Hello, friends!  I hope you had a great Easter and Passover celebration with your family!  I’m looking forward to spring and getting out in our garden, but this week we had a bit of snow.  I keep believing it’s right around the corner.  I wanted to share a little more insight with […]

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How Writing Hannah’s Civil Pirate Changed Me

by Joanna Emerson Have you ever read those verses in Proverbs about wisdom and understanding, and stopped to ask God for these? The word “dayclean” will forever be in my vocabulary after writing Hannah’s Civil Pirate. So will “trutemout,” “eish ‘tettuhs,” “buckruh,” and many others. These are Gullah words. The Gullah people live […]

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Welcome to Silverpines, Oregon

by Parker J. Cole Let me tell you about Silverpines, Oregon. It’s a town on the outskirts of Astoria. Mining and lumber are the primary money makers of this old western metropolis. All kinds of business, families, and peoples there.   That is, until two disasters level the town. The first earthquake hit the town, […]

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Lisa’s Irish Stew Recipe

by Lisa Prysock Hello friends and readers!  I’m guessing you’re all looking forward to spring as much as I am.  I hope you are well and hopefully you’ve enjoyed a cozy winter of reading some great books as we march into spring.  I shared this recipe in my newsletter this month of March […]

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Here My Cry … Listen To My Prayer, O God.

by B. J. Robinson Hear my cry, O God;  Listen to my prayer.  From the ends of the earth I call to you,  I call as my heart grows faint; Psalm 61:1-2  New beginnings burst forth with a shower of flowers, green grass, and tiny green leaves sprouting on trees. There is nothing like the […]

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One Crazy Free Book Offer!

by Mary Findley Some of our readers have taken advantage of the free first book in my The Great Thirst serial archaeological mystery. It has a nice collection of reviews. However, I am working on a promotion for The Great Thirst Boxed Set, the complete seven-part series, and it has not been so […]

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How Being Bullied Led Me to Become a Writer

by Patricia Bell Growing up, I was not the prettiest or the most popular. As a matter of fact, I didn’t fit well into any group. I wasn’t athletic or particularly smart. I wasn’t a stoner or a nerd. I was mostly out of place. I had very little self-esteem and was picked […]

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