Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sisters

Someone posted this on Facebook a few days ago: If I knew who posted it, I’d give credit, but I don’t. However, it has sorta remained in the back of my mind ever since. You may have several sisters—or none … Continue reading

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God’s Calling

Saw this sign posted on Facebook the other day: This should serve as a reminder to all of us that God is not looking for someone who is perfectly qualified for whatever job He may have for us. All He … Continue reading

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Bestsellers

My friend Ellie Ann Soderstrom has now been on both the NYT and USA Today bestseller lists for multiple weeks. I would tell you what that feels like, but I don’t know, because I’m far removed from any sort of … Continue reading

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Blessing & Judgment

Some of my friends may be offended by this message, but when God gives me clear instructions about something He wants me to do, I must follow Him. I truly hope I don’t lose friends and followers over this post, … Continue reading

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Grammar, Please

My friend Patty Wiseman posted this photo on Facebook Wednesday: This got me to thinking about grammar in general and how horribly most of us butcher it in our speech and writing. Another friend, Julie Glover, writes about grammar regularly … Continue reading

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Who Was Horatio G. Spafford?

Have you ever heard of a man named Horatio G. Spafford? Not exactly a household name, but perhaps it should be prominent among the heroes of the Christian faith. Almost a modern-day Job, Spafford was an attorney in Chicago who … Continue reading

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Scaling Back Prices

When I first published Fancy – Vol 1, my historical fiction about a young girl orphaned by the Civil War, I anguished over the price of the e-books. I wanted to make it low enough to be competitive in the … Continue reading

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