Tag Archives: Aggie Villanueva

Setting Description Techniques

Margo entered the restaurant and searched for her sister and niece in the noon crowd. Plastic molded tables were filled with teenagers, mothers, and blue-collar workers chatting over food baskets. Above the cash register, a bright sign presented the menu … Continue reading

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Visual Arts Junction’s Writing Contest Winners!

I had the privilege of serving as one of the judges for the Visual Arts Junction‘s writing contest this month. The prompt for the contest was Aggie Villanueva’s photo art, Valle Pintado: The contest ended in a tie between two gifted writers, Ed Leonard … Continue reading

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Rightfully Mine: God’s Equal Rights Amendment

In 1986, Aggie Villanueva wrote a powerful book, and Thomas Nelson published it. Now, she has come out with the second edition. There is an era in Israeli history where anticipation is a palpable hum, where the bedouin lifestyle gives … Continue reading

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Eight Truths About Me

I’m reaching the point where I have more cyberfriends than I do physical ones, and one of my dearest is Jess Ferguson. Jess is the author of Praise, Prayers and Observations and a writer for the Times of Southwest Louisiana (SWLA).  She … Continue reading

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Guest Post is Up and Runnin’!

Last week, I mentioned being honored with an invitation from professional artistic photographer Aggie Villanueva to write a guest post for her site, Visual Arts Junction. It’s up!  My article, “Encore! Never Stop Trying,” is about starting a new career at middle age. … Continue reading

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