Monthly Archives: June 2009

Author Bonnie Leon & God is Good All the Time

God is Good All the Time I’ve known many courageous men and women. My father fought cancer with boldness and humor. My friend Julia lives with fibromyalgia, yet seizes life with joy. Joanna has spent most of her life in … Continue reading

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Book Monday-Author Ann Shorey & The Edge of Light

Today’s book takes place in a less written about time antebellum America. Here’s a preview of The Edge of Light. “It’s the summer of 1838 in St. Lawrenceville, Missouri, and Molly McGarvie’s life is about to change forever. When her … Continue reading

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Author Tiffany Colter & Holding onto Victory

It’s my pleasure to feature a new acquaintance, Author Tiffany Colter, who is a multi-faceted Christian woman. Here’s Tiffany: “I am thrilled that Lyn gave me the opportunity to share my family’s testimony. Over the last five years our family … Continue reading

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Author Charlene Baumbich & Don’t Miss Your Life!

My guest today is Charlene Baumbich, a new writing friend who is from one of my home states, Illinois. Poor girl decided that getting food poisoning might be interesting. So she wrote this while suffering. Which tells me that her … Continue reading

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Book Monday & Author Patti Lacy’s What the Bayou Saw

Here’s the scoop about Patti Lacy’s newest Christian novel. “Since leaving Louisiana, Sally Stevens has held her childhood secrets at bay, smothering them in a sunny disposition and sugar-coated lies. No one, not even her husband Sam, has heard the … Continue reading

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For Writers-Classic Romantic Conflicts

My first published article came in 1994 and it was published in Romance Writers Journal, the Romance Writers of America’s publication for members. Many people dismiss romance as formulaic but in fact, the basic conflicts that romance portray are all … Continue reading

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Author Laurie Alice Eakes Honors Her Mom

Today’s guest is a new acquaintance of mine, Author Laurie Alice Eakes. Here’s Laurie: “Many strong, courageous, and inspiring women have passed in and out of my life, from my mom, to teachers, to people I have known for mere … Continue reading

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Author Terri Reed & Northwest Children’s Outreach

Today my guest is Love Inspired Romance Author Terri Reed. She has a special charity that she wants to tell about. Here’s Terri: “Northwest Children’s Outreach: Standing in the Gap for Children in Need Our Mission “We stand in the … Continue reading

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Book Monday-Author Elizabeth White & Crescent City Courtship

Today’s book is by a good friend Elizabeth White who lives in Mobile, Alabama. This is her latest Steeple Hill Love Inspired Historical, Crescent City Courtship is a sequel to Redeeming Gabriel, my November release from Love Inspired Historical, but … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss Yummy July Recipes!

Every woman has a story and a Recipe. Share yours. The kitchen has always been the heart of any home. For centuries women reigned supreme there, nurturing their families not just with food but with love. Throughout the month of … Continue reading

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