COTT: Vote for Spring Clash!

  Clash of the Titles presents four new springtime reads! Peruse the images, read the blurbs, then vote on your favorite in the survey. I know which one is my favorite. Enjoy, dear readers!   ~~~~~     He’s a nature photographer returning to make amends, and she’s a camera-shy naturalist seeking privacy. Their love for a boy brings them together, but the camera could drive them apart. ~ ~…

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Surrendering Personal Possessions by June Foster

  Surrendering Personal Possessions My husband and I recently decided to travel the US while we still have our health. We sold our house and moved back into our RV, giving up most of our worldly goods. All of our furniture remained in the house, about half of our other things went to family members and friends, and the other half to a storage shed. If I hadn’t surrendered my…

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What God Knew by June Foster

Julie’s Note: June Foster is a friend who spent a loooonggg time working with me on showing vs telling in my own writing. I’m not a master, but anything I learned, June taught me. It’s my pleasure to introduce you to her latest book. Book Blurb Neonatal specialist Dr. Michael Clark is passionate about saving the lives of premature babies. But the pediatrics department at El Camino General can’t provide…

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Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award

Nothing ushers in spring like a beautiful, colorful surprise from a friend. Fay Lamb is an author, editor and champion for other authors. When I was seeking direction she whispered encouragement to take a risk very few had. The risk paid off and now we’re colleagues at Write Integrity Press. Fay surprised me with this award and talk about colleagues, the other women she nominated are amazing. I hope you…

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Interviewed by June Foster

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by author June Foster. I consider her a mentor because when we were in the same critique group she spent so much time trying to teach me deeper POV. I’m not a master, but I can tell you, where I am now and where I was are two different books. I have June and fellow critique members to thank for that. I’d love…

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Author Blog Hop: Getting to Know Me, Julie Arduini

Laura Hilton and June Foster invited me to do a blog hop in which I answer the following questions about my writing: What am I working on? How does my work differ from others in its genre? Why do I write what I do? How does your writing process work? I haven’t really done something like this before, but I figured I’d give it a shot, because these are questions I…

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