Monthly Archives: January 2009

Pamela Tracy and Her Friend

Today another Love Inspired author Pamela Tracy is going to share a story about a special friend and her story of strength. Pamela has a Love Inpsired romance out this month, Daddy for Keeps. Drop by www.craftieladiesofromance.blogspot.com for more info … Continue reading

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My friend Irene Brand–Her Heroine and Her Own Strength

Today Irene Brand, one of my dear writing friends, is my guest. She has a new book and a life story to share with you. Here’s Irene: Kennedy Blaine, heroine of Love Find You in VALENTINE, Nebraska, is a strong … Continue reading

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My great-grandmother Sadie Scott

Today, I’m going to tell you one of the stories about my mother’s grandmother. At 16, she married a Great Lakes captain, Matthew Baker. He was twice her age and something of a playboy. Her parents disowned her for disgracing … Continue reading

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Margaret Daley and her Mom

Today, Margaret Daley, a multi-published inspirational author, shares the story of her very special mom: Margaret Daley: Catherine David As I thought about writing this blog and talking about a woman who was brave, I immediately thought about my mother. … Continue reading

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Oops! I forgot to blog on Thursday!

What can I say? I had a busy day–did lunch with a friend and when we got to the restaurant, they had no power. And it was 10 below so off to another restaurant. Then I had to go to … Continue reading

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I’m a Cheese-Head by default

As you know from the pine needles and cone at the top of my blog, I live in the far north woods of Wisconsin. The Green Bay Packers are the state’s favorite team. And we are called cheese-heads. I am … Continue reading

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The Christmas Menagerie

The last time I posted, I was telling about my mom and how animals were drawn to her.But this is the best story yet! When I was in college, I came home for Christmas break. And I walked into a … Continue reading

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Gayle Roper and when our dreams die

Today, I’m pleased to feature a longtime writing friend, Gayle Roper. Gayle is going to tell us first about the heroine she is writing about now. And then I’m going to let you know about her current release, FATAL DEDUCTIONS. … Continue reading

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