Six Unspectacular Quirks
I was tagged for this meme by Autism Family Adventures. The rules are stated below: 1. Link the person who tagged you. 2. Mention the rules on your blog. 3. Tell about 6 unspectacular quirks you possess. 4. Tag 6 following bloggers by linking them. 5. Leave a comment on each of the tagged blogger’s blogs letting them know they’ve been tagged. My six quirks: 1. My first quirk is that it’s hard for...
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An advance most writers can only dream of. Yes, you can hear me groaning and sighing all the way from rural Indiana. Wow. Gee, I wonder if at age 47 I could win an Olympic Gold Medal in say, carpooling or going the most hours without sleep and still appearing sane.
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If you want to be published, it’s a good idea to figure out a platform. Editors want to know if you’ve got one, and if you have an “Internet Presence.” Here’s one story of how well you can self-promote on the Internet. Something I have yet to figure out! But I do Envision Publishing and I hope if I study it hard enough, I’ll find a way! Click and learn,...
AT HIS COMMAND by Brenda Coulter
America’s soldiers matter a lot to me. I’ve been a Soldier’s Angel to some, and I’ve “adopted” three more on my own. We pray for them daily in Chapel at my cottage school. My Dad is a Korean War vet, and I am a Daughter of the American Revolution. These are a few reasons why I was eager to read Brenda Coulter’s new book, AT HIS COMMAND. This book, published by Steeple Hill, is a part of a...
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Hand Delivered Bouquets -- (Dealing with...
Hand Delivered Bouquets by Max Lucado Through Christ, God has accepted you. Think about what this means. You cannot keep people from rejecting you. But you can keep rejections from enraging you. Rejections are like speed bumps on the road. They come with the journey. You’re going to get cut, dished, dropped, and kicked around. You cannot keep people from rejecting you. But you can keep...
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Abomination by Colleen Coble
I had the privilege of meeting the author of the book, Abomination, this past summer. I was impressed with Colleen Coble’s warmth and willingness to help a novice author like me! I had read one of her Rock Harbor books, Without a Trace, and had fallen in love with the main character of those books, Bree Matthews. Bree has a search and rescue dog named Samson. As most of you know,...
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