And the winner is… Deborah! Congrats and thanks so much to all who participated!
Another Entry!!!Stay tuned for the winner!
10. Omniscient POV is no longer in style, and it’s very nearly a sin to try to use it. 9. Some people value rules more than style and will kill style to follow the rules. Also, some people will “edit” your style right out of your work in order to keep the rules. Don’t let… [Continue Reading]
Today is Pearl Harbor Day. Sixty-five years ago today Pearl Harbor was bombed by the Japanese. I’ve had the privledge to talk to some of the men who were at Pearl Harbor the day it was bombed. You can read the AMAZING story from one of these men on my blog My Pearl Harbor Story… [Continue Reading]
By Earl T. Williams Colonel, USAF (Retired) On December 6, 1941, I was an Army Air Corps Sergeant with a First Class Air Mechanics rating. It was my first trip across the ocean, and I was assigned, along with five others from the 38th Reconnaissance Squadron, to departed Hamilton Field on December 6, 1941. The… [Continue Reading]
You should see my bedroom right now … on second thought I change my mind. Maybe you shouldn’t. You see, my room is filled with presents. Lots and lots of presents waiting to be wrapped and some to be mailed. I LOVE buying presents. If I had more money, I’d buy 10xs more than I… [Continue Reading]
What American accent do you have? Your Result: The West Your accent is the lowest common denominator of American speech. Unless you’re a SoCal surfer, no one thinks you have an accent. And really, you may not even be from the West at all, you could easily be from Florida or one of those big… [Continue Reading]
One of the biggest mistakes I continue to make as a writer (and in life) is to think “It’s all about me.” The books are not all about me. This work is not all about me. My life is not all about me (seriously). Today, I was reminded of this again when I came upon… [Continue Reading]
TEN THINGS I WISH I’D KNOWN: 1. My grandmother was right: kids grow up too fast. Don’t miss a minute! 2. Kids are more important than furniture––or even your late great-grandmother’s dishes. 3. Money can’t buy happiness…but if you’re already happy, it can make you a little bit happier. 4. Grandparents are treasures and they… [Continue Reading]
Here’s another entry in the poster contest… This one is from Lorena Adams, the poster is in the window of her local bookstore! Alas, the contest is over! Thanks so much to all who participated–there were some great entries! We’ll be announcing the winner on Friday.
I was out of town for the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance post about Scoop by Rene Gutteridge…so it’s a little late! But, that’s okay! ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rene Gutteridge is the author of several novels, including Ghost Writer (Bethany House Publishers) The Boo Series (WaterBrook Press) and the Storm Series, (Tyndale House Publishers. She will… [Continue Reading]