Monthly Archives: November 2011

Interview with Julie Arduini

 Julie is a wife, mother, speaker, and author with some interesting stories to tell. I’d like to welcome my wonderful critique partner Julie Arduini. I’m intrigued by your blurb surrendering the good, the bad, and maybe one day the chocolate. Tell us a little about it. I read awhile back that authors need a tagline, … Continue reading »

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Thankful for God’s Sovereignty – A Personal Story of Thanksgiving

The things I’m thankful for each year change as circumstances change. But one thing which remains consistent is my gratitude to the Lord. I am thankful for salvation through Jesus Christ, for Christian fellowship, and at my age I’m especially thankful for good health. If you ask me next year, I’ll say the same thing. … Continue reading »

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Thankful for His Sovereignty

As I struggle for ideas of what to write on my appointed posting day for this website, and I run through the possibilities of joining the “thankful” crowd of bloggers while considering all I need to do to prepare for the upcoming holiday, I just came up blank. I wanted to do something different, but … Continue reading »

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We have a Winner!

Debby Lee was selected to receive Bittersweet by Linda Cushman.  Congratulations, Debby! If you didn’t win and you would like a copy of Linda’s book, you will find it at Amazon.com here. If the link doesn’t work, search at Amazon for Linda Cushman Bittersweet. That should take you directly to the book’s page. Thank you … Continue reading »

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Please Welcome Linda Cushman

I wrote a review a few days ago here on Infinite Characters about a book I found quite by accident. That post is called Bittersweet and you can find it under Book Reviews or by scrolling down a couple of posts. Occasionally, I find a book that impresses me and that I can recommend without reservation. Bittersweet is … Continue reading »

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An Autumn Meeting

We at Infinite Characters are beginning a new topic for Fiction Fun Friday today. Since we all love romance, we thought we’d write our scenarios about an unusual meeting for the hero and heroine. I volunteered to go first this time. My unusual meeting takes place in a graveyard and is based on an actual situation. … Continue reading »

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Bittersweet

An arts and crafts festival this fall held a treasure I didn’t expect to find. I attended this festival back in September just for fun, to see what was there. I didn’t expect to find a new friend. And I certainly didn’t expect to find a book worthy of a better review than I can … Continue reading »

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Interview with Anne Patrick

Anne Patrick is the author of more than a dozen novels of Romance, Mayhem & Faith, including the award-winning and best-selling Fire and Ash, Lethal Dreams and Sabotage.  Her heroines are usually strong willed, witty, and often very opinionated…combinations that usually land them in situations where death seems imminent.  When she isn’t working on her … Continue reading »

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Heaven is For Real, For Kids—A Review

Many readers will have heard of the original book Heaven is For Real, which though told by the young Colton Burpo, is written for adults. This is the picture book version for children, the story of a young boy who visited heaven while his parents were in the hospital waiting room, fearing for his life. … Continue reading »

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Please Welcome Elizabeth Goddard

 Today, I’d like to welcome Elizabeth Goddard to Infinite Characters. Elizabeth Goddard is the award-winning author of seven contemporary romance novels and two novellas, including a romantic mystery, The Camera Never Lies—a 2011 Carol Award winner. Elizabeth is a member of ACFW and has served as a board member in her local RWA chapter. She … Continue reading »

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