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The Goodness of God by Bridget A. Thomas

In the month of July, I attended my first writers conference. There is a particular writers conference that I always wanted to be a part of, but it wasn’t possible because it was in another state. However, due to COVID, … Continue reading

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The Age of Marketing

I’m a writer by nature. Meaning, I have no desire whatsoever to be in the public eye. Not even a little bit. I simply want to write my books and hide behind them. That isn’t okay in this marketing frenzy … Continue reading

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Mistletoe and Murder Collection Celebration Contest

  To celebrate the upcoming release of Mistletoe and Murder, enter to win a $10 gift card.  Additionally, we’re gifting five others with a copy of the Mistletoe and Murder collection. ENTERING IS EASY It’s all on the Rafflecopter Form … Continue reading

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Never Forget by Vicki Hinze

Nineteen years ago, the United States of America was attacked by radical Islamic terrorists.  Nearly three-thousand lives were taken that day, and many more have been forfeited since then as a direct result of the attacks suffered that day.  Today … Continue reading

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God is Good by Kathy Carmichael

When I joined this blog, I was told I could write about things in my daily life as a Christian. This makes the topics I can explore extremely broad, which is a help, given that I’m interested in exploring so … Continue reading

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ONE OF THOSE DAYS by Vicki Hinze

  Today started out as one of those days.  Hubby was pressure-washing and the entryway floor was slick, and I didn’t know it.  Well, you can fill in the blanks.  No one escapes these kind of days, when the unexpected … Continue reading

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San Diego is Dog/People Friendly

My AC went out in Arizona and while I waited for the warranty company, who proved useless, I went to San Diego to stay with my son and his new puppy. His wife was in Jupiter, Florida living the high … Continue reading

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I’m a Good Person (or Trying to Be) by Kathy Carmichael

I’m a good person. Or I like to think I am. I think it’s important to be as good of a person as I possibly can be. I don’t always make it. I can’t always live up to my standards. … Continue reading

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Under Suspicion (by Hannah Alexander)

We recently republished this title with considerable rewrites, and thanks to the editing of Kristin Billerbeck and Jill Eileen Smith, I think the book has all its ducks in a row: Shona Tremaine, daughter of and assistant to State Senator … Continue reading

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Foxtails and Foxes by Nancy J. Farrier

Do you have foxtail weeds where you live? They are one of the worst weed pests ever. They cling to pants, dig into sock and shoes, burrow deep in a pet’s fur, and become a general nuisance. If you aren’t … Continue reading

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NORA’S REVIEW OF: The Baggage Handler by David Rawlings

    The Baggage Handler By David Rawlings Publisher Thomas Nelson ISBN# 978-0785224939 240 Pages Amazon   NORA’S REVIEW: As I read this fun, moving story I imagined the adventure was like the Twilight Zone meets the Matrix as a … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Mind

Today, I got together with three fellow writers for a brainstorming session. We have known each other for over 20+ years, but I still think of them as my “new” friends because I grew up in one house with friends … Continue reading

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A Gift Before Departing by Vicki Hinze

By reader request, I am sharing this article I wrote some time ago.  Know my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.  To the article itself, I would add this Scripture that often brings me calm and strength … Continue reading

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Taking Love for Granted

My husband and I have been together for forty-five years (and yes, I’ve been trying to convince anyone who’ll listen that I was only five when we began dating, but to no avail. But I was a child bride. Really. … Continue reading

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2020 — The Scrooge of Years…

In “A Christmas Carol” Dickens describes Scrooge this way: “Scrooge! a squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous, old sinner!  Hard and sharp as flint, from which no steel had ever struck out generous fire; secret, and self-contained, and solitary as … Continue reading

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