I have some darling friends who remember occasionally to ask me what I’m writing, or what I plan to do now, after Mom’s passing. That’s a very good question. The very one I keep asking myself these last few … [Read more...] about Writing Through Grief, Part 2
There’s a teaching that says because Christ Himself bore our griefs and sorrows, Christians never really have to suffer those things. It’s true that God’s mercy and grace mitigate so much sin-based pain and sorrow we’d have to bear otherwise. But if you live for very long at all, loss and therefore … [Read more...] about Writing Through Grief, Part 1
[what appears here is an edited version of an old post ... updated just a bit] Keeping in mind what I said last time about how I learned American history ...This thing about our country being founded upon Biblical principles. The Declaration of Independence is a beautiful piece of work. “We … [Read more...] about The Irony of History, Part 2 Revisited
So, I pulled the draft of this post from its original place on September 2006, thinking I'd just re-run it for some current content ... but of course, reading over it, I'm a little concerned that with our country's current political and social climate, my readers might see this as an attempt to spin … [Read more...] about The Irony of History, Part 1 Revisited
A summer sabbatical to care for my medically fragile mother ended with her being in the hospital for most of a month before transferring to rehab care closer to my stepdad. Now, I'm left with the task of reestablishing a routine ... writing, homeschooling, doctor's and dentist's appointments ... … [Read more...] about Book review: Promise To Keep
Welcome to our "Meet the Bachelor" blog tour! We have some fabulous prizes, a gift basket with contributions from all the authors, and free books! Please check back for details on how to enter, and where you can read more about the various stories in this very fun romance novella collection.And … [Read more...] about Blog Tour: The Most Eligible Bachelor!