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Of Art and Lucre by Kristen Heitzmann

A few weeks ago I finished writing the second book in my Told You Series. It’s always exhilarating to bring the crescendo to a final resonating note. The arc is complete, the suspense resolved, a satisfying denouement for the characters … Continue reading

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Scrolls, Books and EReaders by Tara Randel

  When my daughter and I were at Disney last week, we went to an attraction called Belle’s Enchanted Tales. Being a total Beauty and the Beast fan, I love the story of the brave girl who takes her father’s … Continue reading

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Addicted to Reading and GIVEAWAY

by Elizabeth Goddard Are you addicted to reading? Looking for that next fix (book)? If you’re like me, when you finish a good book you’re  sad it’s over and wished you hadn’t finished the book, but then again you were … Continue reading

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The Information Dump by Julie Arduini

I wear a few hats. I’m a wife and a mom who juggles life as an author and speaker. Beyond writing, I facilitate a critique group and participate in another. I’m active in ministry work, this season has me lending … Continue reading

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The Heart Seekers Series FREE on Kindle by Julie Arduini

When people ask what one aspect do I enjoy about my affiliation with Write Integrity Press, I answer that I love that we work together. One way we work as a team is through projects that are reader driven.   … Continue reading

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The Pleasure of Observing by Julie Arduini

Last week in a whirlwind blur, I took our two children and our son’s girlfriend to Upstate NY. It was the only time before snow flies that we could visit family, check in on my father-in-law, and help my sister … Continue reading

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Music in Writing and Reading by Julie Arduini

  Julie’s note: This was originally intended to be an article for an ezine but the project didn’t move forward. I thought I would share here with you as the theme was music. Not only do writers use music, but I do as … Continue reading

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Summer Reading by Tara Randel

Summer is here! The kids are out of school. It’s vacation season! What better time to escape between the pages of a good book? Whether you’re at the beach or poolside, slathered in SPF 50 and drinking a cool beverage, … Continue reading

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Crazy Little Thing by Kristen Heitzmann

This morning the craziest thing happened. I wrote the final words to a novel. Crazy? Why is it crazy for a storyteller with 20 published novels to be sitting in amazement at that fact? Well, for starters, I haven’t finished one … Continue reading

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I’m Not Ready by Julie Arduini

You know the phrase, “Be careful of what you wish for, you just might get it?” I was thinking about that when I looked at the pictures from Greater Buffalo earlier this week. I heard a lot of people say … Continue reading

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Stories of good and evil, light and darkness

I was going to write something about Halloween or All Soul’s Day for my post today, but I didn’t think there was anything I could add to conversations swirling around out there. People have their opinions about what to do … Continue reading

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Choosing What to Read by Vicki Hinze

  I looked through a listing of books this morning and one snagged my attention. Migrations, Volume 1: Don’t Forget to Breathe by Ashim Shanker. I’m not sure what about it snagged my attention, really. The cover is black and … Continue reading

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Words, Words, Words

Have you ever wondered what there is left to say? The words I write every day are the outgrowth of a yearning to express something lasting, something meaningful, entertaining, special. As God spoke creation into being, his breath stirred creative … Continue reading

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Calling All Librarian Stories!

I recently attended an international conference for Christian book buyers/sellers from around the world. Now I’m preparing to deliver a keynote speech at a national conference for book lenders—i.e., librarians. I’m excited about this opportunity because I’ve loved libraries since … Continue reading

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Discovering Books

In a world of millions of authors and even more books, discoverability has never been easy. While the shift into the digital age has created new avenues of promotion, anyone can get published and everyone is promoting—more than ever.  But … Continue reading

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