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Research Anyone? by Kathi Macias

As an author, I much prefer actual writing time over doing research, but as a reader, I know how much I appreciate thorough and accurate research. Is there anything worse than reading a book and realizing the author has the … Continue reading

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The Times They Are a-Changin’! by Kathi Macias

I remember hearing my grandparents and, later, my parents complaining about how quickly the world was changing and how more and more they felt “left behind.” I was clueless and couldn’t relate–until the years began to change my perspective. When … Continue reading

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Recommended Read: The Singing Quilt by Kathi Macias

      Recommended Read: Inspirational Fiction, Social Issues      The Singing Quilt By Kathi Macias   Jolissa Montoya believes God is calling her to work with the disadvantaged children in her inner-city neighborhood. There’s only one problem: The children wouldn’t be … Continue reading

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The Wearin’ of the Green by Kathi Macias

I must confess to not being a big follower or celebrant of St. Patrick’s Day, mostly because I forget about it until someone reminds me that I’m not wearing green. (When you work at home, as I do, that seldom … Continue reading

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Super-Book Sunday by Kathi Macias

Along with millions of others, I watched the Super Bowl yesterday, cheering my team (thankfully, the Seahawks!) on and enjoying time spent with friends/family. Then, when it was over, I checked my email, where I found a note from an … Continue reading

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A Love for Books? by Kathi Macias

Almost all writers are also readers, though not all readers are necessarily writers. But writers, readers, or both, I think we can all agree that we are thankful for books. I’ve been thinking about that a lot as we approach … Continue reading

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Word Treasures by Kathi Macias

I recently had the most enjoyable experience of going to see an old friend—“old,” as in older than I am, and those friends are becoming few and far between these days. This friend’s name is Linda, and to be truthful, … Continue reading

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Musings from the Evergreen State by Kathi Macias

As I write this I’m looking out the picture window at gray Washington skies, blanketing green trees, green ferns, green grass…well, you get the idea. Washington is known as the Evergreen State for a reason, right? And that fact has … Continue reading

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A Little Book Can Help Set the Captives Free by Kathi Macias

Abraham Lincoln said, “Slavery is founded on the selfishness of man’s nature; opposition to it on his love for justice.” What a powerful picture of the dichotomy of man’s soul! The first epitomizes the unregenerate soul, seeking only its own … Continue reading

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What Sort of Reader Are You? by Kathi Macias

I’m never shocked (though certainly disappointed) by a negative review of one of my books. As the old saying goes, you can’t please all the people all the time. But I must admit that I am more than slightly surprised … Continue reading

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Is It Well with Your Soul? by Kathi Macias

I have learned in whatever state I am, to be content: I know how to be abased, and I know how to abound (Philippians 4:11-12, NKJV). Lately I can’t get the words to that wonderful old hymn “It Is Well … Continue reading

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Christians Read January Newsletter

From Kathi Macias: The Moses Quilt released January 1st! The Moses Quilt is a contemporary novel that bridges racial and generational divides. With a realistic and compassionate look into a twenty-first-century dilemma, multiple award-winning author Kathi Macias introduces readers to … Continue reading

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Readers Touch Lives by Vicki Hinze

  Most writers write because they have something to say they want others to hear. Something that the writer deems significant enough to sacrifice time doing other things—children and family and hobbies—to say. Writing requires sacrifice. That’s pretty common knowledge … Continue reading

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Christians Read newsletter

The first book in Vicki Hinze’s Lost, Inc. series released October 1st: Lost, Inc. Series, Book 1 Mass Market ISBN: 978-0373445097 Large Print ISBN: 978-0373675302 Love Inspired Suspense THE DARKEST HOURS After losing everything, Della Jackson tries to begin again … Continue reading

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AWARENESS BOOKS by Vicki Hinze

Awareness Books     Not too long ago, I wrote a book called Deadly Ties.  It was the second book in my Crossroads Crisis Center series and it dealt with human trafficking.   That was a subject that had been … Continue reading

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