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Will Reading as a Pastime Survive? by Kathi Macias

From the time I was old enough to recognize even the simplest of words, I fell in love with reading. I read books, magazines, newspapers, cereal boxes, billboards–anything with words on them that ended up in front of my face. … Continue reading

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Two Faces of My Reading Life by Maureen Lang

I love escaping into a story world that will allow me to experience all kinds of adventure, challenge, love, and growth. Inspirational novels take me a level deeper and even allow me to feel all over again the astonishing love … Continue reading

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About Writers’ Conferences by Kathi Macias

***The faculty (including myself, fourth from left) just before a panel discussion at the AV Christian Writers’ Conference this past weekend. I just returned from keynoting and teaching at a Christian writers’ conference. As conferences go, it was relatively small … Continue reading

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Fiction vs. NonFiction Popularity by Kathi Macias

I just returned from a lovely–albeit far too brief–visit to Canada, where I did the 100 Huntley Street program and thoroughly enjoyed it. I had a bit of a surprise, though, when I discovered that rather than discussing my newest … Continue reading

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A Christmas Journey Home Review by Yvonne Ortega

A Christmas Journey Home by Kathi Macias is not a warm fuzzy novel. Kathi Macias is a master at writing novels that make the readers think and question the depth of their beliefs. In this novel, she doesn’t disappoint her … Continue reading

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THE MEANING OF THANKSGIVING by Vicki Hinze

What does Thanksgiving really mean? In these times of confusion and strife, to reacquaint ourselves with the truth, we should return to those who established it… “Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of almighty … Continue reading

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Going into All the World by Kathi Macias

From the moment I signed the contract with New Hope Publishers for my four-book Extreme Devotion fiction series, I began hearing variations of the same question from potential readers: What’s the genre? Tough one to answer. I suppose contemporary international … Continue reading

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Our Responsibility as Writers by Kathi Macias

I’ve been at this “arranging words on paper” thing for many years–decades actually–so I’m not surprised when someone asks me why I write the type of books I do, as I’ve heard the question many times before. But I also … Continue reading

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What Do Avid Readers and Prolific Writers Have in Common? by Kathi Macias

Avid Readers, Prolific Writers Kathi Macias Though not all children who are avid readers grow up to be prolific writers, there are few such writers who weren’t also lovers of words from an early age. And I am no exception. … Continue reading

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