The Fictional Inauguration

Like much of America, I’m tuned into the Inauguration. No matter who is being sworn in as our new president, I make a point to watch. I love the traditions, and yes, the fashion and looks that surround everything. There’s also what I think is the author brain. What is this person thinking? What if that one did this gesture, or said this? What are they talking about at that…

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Book Review: The Second Half by Lauraine Snelling

Bestselling author Lauraine Snelling shares a heartfelt story of a couple who put their plans for a peaceful retirement on hold to assume guardianship of their young grandchildren. Mona and Ken Sorenson are approaching the best years of their lives. Mona’s greatest concern is that Ken will learn of the surprise party she’s planning for his retirement from his job as Dean of Students at Stone University. They’ve already been…

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Unlikely Merger Authors: Our Business Influences

It’s a new week and more chapters are being released from Unlikely Merger at Write Integrity. If you missed last week, no worries, you can always catch up. Starting June 20 you’re able to vote on your favorite hero for Mercy to choose. [tweetthis]Then, from July 1-5 Unlikely Merger will be available on Amazon for FREE.[/tweetthis] Last week here the authors shared their answers to business related questions. This week…

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COTT: Clash of the Titles Newest Champ

  The Champion of the December New Releases Clash is:   A Promise to Protect, by Liz Johnson Her novel takes the honors but it went up against some formidable competitors: The Song of the Tree, Lotis Key   Mind of Her Own, Diana Brandmeyer   Counterfeit Cowboy, Lacy Williams   The Knitting Fairy, Jaime Marsman Thanks to all for showing up and playing with COTT this week. The voting…

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Our Service Men and Women Deserve Thanks For All They Do by Jill Schultz

Our Service Men and Women Deserve Thanks For All They Do   As our annual day of thankfulness approaches, it’s once again time to take stock of the things for which we’re grateful. We generally dwell on areas like good health, friends, and family, but we need to broaden our scope to include those blessings we tend to take for granted, particularly the freedoms offered by our country. So many…

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Guest Blogger Jill Schultz: It Takes a Strong Leader to be an Army Chaplain

It takes a Strong Leader to be an Army Chaplain Being an Army Chaplain is a career that not only helps our country and the great men fighting for our country but it’s a career that can transition into civilian life after your service and will allow you to continue to help people in many different capacities. Qualities and prerequisites to become an Army chaplain The Army requires certain qualities…

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