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Erik Rees is the author of Never Ever Give Up, his personal story about losing his daughter to cancer and how in that fight, she decided to help others. Never Ever Give Up is immensely personal. Why is it important to share your daughter’s story? I had three goals for sharing Jessie’s story; increase awareness […]

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I’m still looking for readers to submit why they are thankful for the annual thankful series. Anything from a paragraph to 750 words long, silly or serious. Learn more here. Make a difference. You have no idea who you will impact with your story. ** EXPLOSIVE, PASSIONATE—JUST LIKE REAL LIFE—by Christine Lindsay Seeing the second […]

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When I first took this picture, I smiled thinking about the other leaves and how inferior they must feel around this big yellow leaf in the middle. and that reminded me of a story. About a huge giant who laughed as he slayed solider after soldier from the Israelites who dared fight him. But, David. […]

Before we begin, I’m looking for people to share why they are thankful. I’ll use it next month for the monthlong thankful event. Care to share? More info here.       When I was a new Christian, I mean baby brand new, I was at a church that had a cross up front. Like […]

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                    Marriage . . . it’s more than a happily ever after. Eternally more. Ainsley Meadows, raised by a hedonist mother who cycles through jobs and relationships like wrapping paper on Christmas morning, falls into a predictable and safe relationship with Richard, a self-absorbed, socialite psychiatrist. […]

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Book Description: Evil stalks TJ McKendrick. Three years after burying her father, TJ visits Honduras where he died. While there, she witnesses a murder and is forced to flee. Don Castillo dreams of power. Funnel the drugs into the States and it’s his. First, he must kill the woman who dared spy on him. The […]

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ANNUAL THANKFUL GUEST BLOG POST EVENT: Each November I hand my blog over to guest bloggers and they share why they are thankful. The post can be a short as a paragraph and as long as 750 words. It can be silly or serious. Each year slots fill up pretty fast and get hundreds of […]

1.The Hesitant Heiress

  by Michelle Massaro Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to debut author Dawn Crandall and her new release The Hesitant Heiress. The first thing I’d like to point out is the absolutely gorgeous cover! I adore the soft pink gown, and the mysterious manor in the background. {About The Hesitant Heiress} After […]

October2014leaves

When I first took this picture, I smiled thinking about the other leaves and how inferior they must feel around this big yellow leaf in the middle. and that reminded me of a story. About a huge giant who laughed as he slayed solider after soldier from the Israelites who dared fight him. But, David. […]

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You know the old movies where the sheriff is a good guy and you could count on him to do right for the town? Then, something happens, usually against the woman he loves and all bets are off. He’s out to make things right, his way. But he’s still the sheriff. So when the climax […]

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  Thanks to all of our participants for their wonderful submissions. Congratulations to Our Winner! Having his younger sister at camp was a pain, but Taylor Dixon never expected the pain to go so deep. At 15, Taylor dreams of getting his driver’s license and driving racecars when he’s older. Only his younger sister, Marissa, […]

October2014leaves

When I first took this picture, I smiled thinking about the other leaves and how inferior they must feel around this big yellow leaf in the middle. and that reminded me of a story. About a huge giant who laughed as he slayed solider after soldier from the Israelites who dared fight him. But, David. […]

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