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The Life in Our Stories

I haven’t blogged here for a few weeks, well, maybe a few months. But life has interfered and not in small ways. My husband and I are risk-takers, and when you’re in ministry, sometimes that means moving. A lot. We’ve … 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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When We Don’t Get Things Write

Yes, I used the word “write” instead of “right” on purpose. Today during home school, I reviewed the differences between the two words with my youngest son and we worked on writing sentences for each word. While we worked through … Continue reading

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Time to Read by Elizabeth Goddard

More often than not I run across people who don’t read. It’s not because they don’t have an interest in reading a good novel, it’s because they don’t have time.  Someone went so far as to say it was more … Continue reading

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How Books Change Us by Elizabeth Goddard

Someone once told me that when you read a book you should walk away changed in some way. As a reader, I should expect the book to change me, and as an author, I should write a story that will … Continue reading

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Books to Movies by Elizabeth Goddard

Summer is blockbuster movie season and my family is looking forward to having something to do that keeps us out of the hot Texas sun. Plus, we’re movie buffs, owning almost as many DVDs a we do books. Reading Jim … Continue reading

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In Defense Of Fluffy And Light by Lynette Sowell

I’ve been hearing a lot about books needing a theme, that deeper thread, that “message” that Christian readers like to find. You’ll hear varying opinions on what makes a book have a good “message.” As I’ve listened to opinions on … 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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Official Launch Date–September 15th by Vicki Hinze

Christians Read will be officially launching on September 15, 2011. We are excited about the official launch of Christians Read.  Each of the participating authors has a deep appreciation for Christian books.  We so look forward to sharing our thoughts … Continue reading

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A New Venture–Christians Read by Vicki Hinze

Wouldn’t it be nice, I thought, if there were a blog where a lot of different Christian fiction authors posted about books–their own and others–about writing (on the weekends) and about daily Christian life? And wouldn’t it be nice if … Continue reading

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