Category Archives: Maureen Lang

Peace that surpasses understanding

I recently had the privilege of visiting a fellow writer who was in the last stages of her life. I call it a privilege because she was such a graceful example of someone finishing well. Although her life was filled … Continue reading

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Difficult Decisions

My family and I have just come out of one of those difficult decision seasons. As many of you know, my oldest son has a condition called Fragile X Syndrome. It’s a spectrum disorder, meaning it can result in anywhere … Continue reading

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One Little Starfish

This year, I’m involved in a reading challenge that has definitely expanded my horizons. The list includes stepping outside our favorite genre to read old books and new, fiction or non-fiction, classics or otherwise. In other words, those of us … Continue reading

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What’s the difference between self-confidence and conceit? by Maureen Lang

Soon the old movie “Yankee Doodle Dandy” will be playing on at least one movie channel. It’s a 4th of July tradition, at least in this household. That’s the movie that made James Cagney one of my favorites, with his … Continue reading

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Ah, Reading! It’s good for the soul. by Maureen Lang

It’s been my happy pleasure to have met many readers over the years. Once we get to “talking books” we usually discover quite a bit of common ground, even if our reading tastes differ. There is something universal about diving … Continue reading

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Creativity: Work or Play? by Maureen Lang

The other day I was looking through some of my notes and discovered a marketing idea I’d forgotten about. I planned to gather various quotes from my books and pair them with something visual—a photograph I’d bought or shot that … Continue reading

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On My Reading Book Shelf by Maureen Lang

I couldn’t call myself a writer if I hadn’t been a reader first! So, while following my greatest passion, I’ve been doing a bit of reading in between my scribbling—and, for the most part, enjoying every moment. Right now I’m … Continue reading

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Ready, Set, FREE!

January! Definitely the time of year to curl up with a good book. Awww, you say, any time of the year is a good time for that. I couldn’t agree more! But somehow the long, cold days of this month—the … Continue reading

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Potter’s $8,000/A Whimsical Thought from Maureen Lang

The other night I did what many Americans do this time of year: I watched It’s A Wonderful Life. There are many reasons this movie is so popular, between the cast and the acting and a story that will surely … Continue reading

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Listen to God’s Whisper by Maureen Lang

This past Sunday at church, a visiting speaker reminded us to say yes to the opportunities God puts in our path. I have to admit I don’t always follow God’s gentle nudging. There have been times when I’ve felt led … Continue reading

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A Kindle Fire Giveaway!

It’s vacation time! Whether you’re going someplace new or old, planning an exotic trip or a staycation, chances are booklovers like us will be packing a new title or two for those leisure moments of rest and relaxation. And I … Continue reading

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Maureen Lang’s The Cranbury Papermaker by Vicki Hinze

Christians Read congratulations CR author, Maureen Lang on the release of her new novel:   Will he steal her inheritance . . . or save it?Arianne Casterton is devastated when her father and his new wife are killed in a … Continue reading

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Speedy Days by Maureen Lang

In recent years a few of my friends have retired. I’m not sure how it happened that I should already be at the point where people in my life are old enough to be in their “Golden Years” but here … Continue reading

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Most of Life is Spent “Old” by Maureen Lang

Last night my husband was looking for a video of our house, because we plan to take up a minor remodeling project and he wanted to “see behind the walls” — the video was taken when our house was just … Continue reading

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The Art of Thankfulness by Maureen Lang

When I listen to the news these days, it seems there are countless reasons to boycott any sense of Thankfulness this year. War, pestilence, poverty . . . we don’t have to look far to see a suffering world. On … Continue reading

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