Monthly Archives: April 2009

Lisa Lickel & Liberta

Today a fellow Wisconsin author will share her family story. Here’s Lisa: “Although I’m an historian and joined my father in family research, our stories never seemed quite so exciting: there’s the great-great-great aunt who was to have sailed on … Continue reading

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Victoria Bylin Reminds us of Rizpah’s Unwavering Strength

When Victoria said she was going to write about Rizpah, I confess that I had forgotten this little known biblical, but strong woman. Here’s Victoria: Cassie O’Rourke is a single mother with a wayward son. She’s also the heroine of … Continue reading

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Book Monday-Amy Wallace’s Enduring Justice

Today an author new to me, Amy Wallace tells us about her latest book. “If you love breath-stealing suspense, unforgettable characters, and remarkable spiritual depth in your fiction, Enduring Justice is a book to savor. Amy Wallace is at her … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Musser & God’s promises

Today, I’m introducing an author who is new to me, Elizabeth Musser. I found her story so true for many of us. Here’s Elizabeth: “When I am Weak, I am strong I have never thought of myself as a strong … Continue reading

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Virginia Smith and Her Grandmother, "Mono"

Today my friend Ginny shares special memories. It’s hard to pick just one strong woman to write about, because I come from a family of them. We’re from the south, and southern women are known for their inner strength, well-hidden … Continue reading

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Book Monday-Leanna Ellis’s Ruby Slippers

Leanna Ellis’s latest novel. This sounds like fun! Ruby’s Slippers: Wizard of Oz meets Cinderella When Dottie Meyers loses her ‘no place like home’ during a Kansas tornado, she wakes up to find a pair of ruby slippers left by … Continue reading

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Lyn Teaches Class on Conflict-Registration Opens Monday

RWA® Online Presents THE CONFLICT GRID, TOOL FOR SUCCESS Instructor: Lyn Cote Dates: May 4 -15, 2009 (Registration April 20 – May 3, 2009) CLASS DESCRIPTION: If you don’t have conflict, you don’t have a story. With Kathy Jacobson’s CONFLICT … Continue reading

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Lenora Worth & Her Source of Strength

The “Strong Woman” Story today is from my dear friend, Lenora Worth. I just visited Lenora at her Louisiana home and here we are in front of her WORLD FAMOUS shoe collection. GRINHere’s Lenora: “I’ve never considered myself a “strong … Continue reading

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Linda Goodnight Honors Her Mother in Law

Today my guest is another Love Inspired author Linda Goodnight, a RITA award-winning author (I sat beside her last year when she won it and heard her scream.) Linda pays tribute to her mother in law. Here’s Linda:“I’ve had so … Continue reading

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Book Monday-Elizabeth White’s Tour de Force

My dear friend Elizabeth White’s latest book from Zondervan will be released April 20th, just a week away. Here’s Elizabeth: “TOUR DE FORCE is set in the world of professional ballet, so many of the scenes take place in New … Continue reading

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