Monthly Archives: May 2012

Author Cara Putman & What is Grace?

My guest today is author Cara Putman who emailed me her message from Germany. Here’s Cara: “I once heard a story – I think Corrie ten Boom wrote about it in her book, The Hiding Place. She asked her Papa … Continue reading

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Author Valerie Hansen & Is Life All Roses & Chocolate Bon-bons??

My guest today is a good friend Valerie Whisenand who also writes for Love Inspired, all three of their lines, Romance, Suspense and Historical. She’s a triple threat! Here’s Val: “My heroines may sometimes act as if they’re half a … Continue reading

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Craftie Ladies of Romance Thank Mothers & Mentors

I am fortunate enough to be a member of another blog The Craftie Ladies of Romance. Have you ever visited it? Here’s the link. Today I’m giving a few other craftie ladies a change to thank their mothers or mentors. … Continue reading

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Lyn Reviews Author Deborah Raney’s Latest, After All

After All by Deborah Raney My rating: 5 of 5 stars I had read the first book Almost Forever in Deborah Raney’s Hanover Falls series. The series begins with a fire that kills 5 firefighters and the three books follow … Continue reading

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Author Sherri Johnson & The Unexpected Cause of an Untimely Death

My guest today is Author Sherri Wilson Johnson and she has a story to tell about her mother and her unexpected cause of death.  Here’s Sherri: “Celebrating Life Instead of Grieving it My mother, Doris, was my friend. First she … Continue reading

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More Tributes to Mothers & Mentors

Here’s another reader’s poem about her mother. Dedicated to my Mother Sandra (Ritchey) Scott A Job To Do Born to a girl who had no clue That her child had a job to do She decided to allow another To … Continue reading

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Author Arlene James & What Influence Can a Grandmother Have?

My guest today is longtime and much loved author Arlene James. She has a special story to tell you about her grandmother, an extraordinary woman. Here’s Arlene: “I was one of 13 grandchildren, fifth oldest and the second granddaughter. In … Continue reading

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A Reader’s Tribute to Her Mother

Hey! Today I have something special to share, a reader Virginia Archer sent me a poem she’d written as a tribute to her mother. Here it is: Hello, I wrote this poem for my Mama. Hope you enjoy it. Virginia … Continue reading

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Author Allie Pleiter & A WWI Heroine

My guest today is author Allie Pleiter. Her latest book Homefront Hero debuts this month. As you may recall, Allie is a champion knitter and will be asking a question about crafting in your life. Also remember that in May, … Continue reading

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