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Newest Releases from ACFW Authors!

October 2019 New Releases: more in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Biblical Fiction: Lioness: Mahlah’s Journey by Barbara M. Britton — To keep her orphaned sisters together, Mahlah must seek what has … Continue reading

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Brea Rose Soap Garden

While I was going through radiation therapy, the doctor told me to use a cream on the affected area frequently–even told me which brand was best. “You can buy it on Amazon,” she said. Well, I couldn’t find it on … Continue reading

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Sandra Melville Hart shares a bit of History about Abilene, Kansas

Originally posted on JUBILEE WRITER:
In case you missed my previous posts my latest release is part of Smitten Historical Romance Collection: The Cowboys. I’m one of four authors in this collection that releases August 15th. Today I’ve asked Sandra…

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Cowboys, Cattle Drives and Romance

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Today, I’m sharing more about the upcoming release of Smitten Historical Romance Novella Collection: The Cowboys, all four novellas feature adventure and fun romance with hunky cowboys. Jennifer Uhlarik, award- winning author and lover of…

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Who Doesn’t Love Cowboys? And a Giveaway?

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It’s coming! Tomorrow will be August. On the 15thThe Cowboys will be released. I’m so excited. In this post I thought I’d share the WHAT IF moment behind my novella Healing Hearts that appears in…

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Writing in Times of Adversity

I’ve seen dozens of posts about whether and  how to write during hard times. The answer to “whether” is always yes. Authors see it as an escape, a balm during times of trouble. I have friends who continued writing and … Continue reading

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Simile: A Writer’s Best Tool

I offered a quick review of The Edge of Recall in my post, “Hodgepodge News,” a few weeks ago, but what I didn’t do was quote what is now one of my favorite similes in all of fictiondom: Petra flicked … Continue reading

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When Writing Time is Sparse

So here’s the deal: back in 2012, I started working on a novel called Southern Challenge. Got a few chapters written, fell in love with it—then had to quit on it so I could turn Give the Lady a Ride into … Continue reading

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