Category Archives: Writing

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Time Out

Not long ago, I used this image to explain what all is going on in my life and career this year. Now I’m using it as a sticky-page image to let everyone know I won’t be blogging for a while. … Continue reading

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Grab a Book

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A Bit Much

Did you miss me last week? Seems I no sooner announced that I’m going to keep up with this blog that I turned around and missed three entire posts–a week’s worth. There is reason for that: overload. Let’s skip all … Continue reading

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Especially for Writers

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Favorite Reads of 2020

I didn’t get anywhere near my reading goal last year, despite including audio books in hopes of doing just that. Who knew living close to family could be so demanding? Well, okay, everyone knew but me, but there ya go. … Continue reading

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Hopes for 2021

We finally made it: 2020 is now in the past. Of course, changing the calendar page didn’t make all the problems of 2020 go away, but who knows? 2021 might eventually be the reprieve we’ve been waiting for. The year … Continue reading

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New Year Brings New Titles!

January 2021 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website Contemporary: A Future for His Twins by Susanne Dietze — Will these children get their greatest wish? (Contemporary Romance from Love … Continue reading

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Newest ACFW Releases!

December 2020 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: A Prayer Quilt Christmas by Nancy J. Farrier — Meg’s ex-husband took her boys away for the holidays, and … Continue reading

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Especially for Writers–NaNo Homestretch!

Home stretch. Y’all reaching your goals?

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Review: Robert Whitlow’s The Witnesses

Whitlow is a master weaver, blending past and present and multi-dimensional relationships into a gripping story. Attorney Parker House (whose name always made me think of dinner rolls) has a grandfather with a questionable gift and a WWII history that … Continue reading

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