Monthly Archives: October 2011
I urge first of all, that requests, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone – for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness. This is good, and pleases God our Savior, who wants all men to be saved and to come to … Continue reading
Don’t you love it when you and your child have the same taste? That is, of course, except when they wear the same size clothing you do. Then, you never see your favorite shoes until there are holes in the soles. Well, I have discovered my daughter and I have the same taste in books. … Continue reading
“Do you, Melanie Carlene Keller, take this man to be your wedded husband, do you promise . . .” Melanie’s thoughts drifted from Reverend Fleck’s voice at her proxy wedding to the last memory she had of her intended, Josh Ryland. He was ten years old then, his face dirty, and his dark hair windblown. … Continue reading
I have fallen in love with my new Kindle App on my Iphone/Ipad. Why you ask? Because I can go to Regency England or the Old West in the middle of a boring work presentation without getting caught. The comfort of having Georgette Heyer or Laurie Alice Eakes within reach right on my phone is … Continue reading
Susan Page Davis offered a paperback of her new book, The Lady’s Maid, to someone who left a comment after her interview. Angela Chesnut will be receiving the book. Congratulations, Angela!
I’m still rejoicing in the privilege of attending the 2011 ACFW conference. But I have to admit I felt like a small fish in a gigantic ocean. As a person who struggles with self esteem, I had to continue to remind myself I am valuable to God. Being surrounded by hundreds of talented authors can … Continue reading
There You’ll Find Me by Jenny B. Jones is about a young woman still reeling from the death of her brother. A brother who’d devoted his life to help others and meant a great deal to her. So why would God take him from her? After acting out against this trauma, through extended over partying, … Continue reading