Guest Post by Heather Woodhaven Ask me where my favorite place in the world is and I don’t even need to think about it. The Oregon Coast! Why? Nine years ago, when my three children all qualified as “little,” we went on our very first family vacation. It would only be a couple of days, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Finding Love at the Oregon Coast The Finding Love at the Oregon Coast Novella Collection is now available in paperback and e-book from Amazon.com! Dive into a brand-new set of interwoven wedding and beach-themed stories from USA Today best-selling author, Christina Coryell, Angela Ruth Strong, Christina Coryell, and Lisa Philips! When a wedding is cancelled, three […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Guest Post by Heather L.L. FitzGerald I have a confession to make. I’m a fantasy writer who did not grow up reading the stuff. In fact, as a child raised in a Christian home, I was taught to shun anything to do with magic. This was in the 80s, when we were also taught that […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
Guest Post by Christina Coryell One of my favorite parts of writing Finding Love in Cannon Beach was giving Kadence and Foster a passion for the piano. Many of the characters I’ve written have loved music, but these two were my first characters who were wild about keys. This was a special topic for me, […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Lockets have a certain mystique. They hold memories and sometimes secrets. Wearing the picture of your beloved close to your heart is the epitome of romance, one of the reasons lockets have been around since at least the 16th century. During the Victorian era, lockets reached new heights of popularity. Prince Albert bestowed on his […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
By Miralee Ferrell Pretty, isn’t it? I see Mount Hood (from a different perspective) every time I drive home, and I love it. But I’m not crazy about the mountains that keep rearing up in my path as I journey through life. We’ve had more than our share of those the past few years, and most of […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
By Angela Ruth Strong Finding Love in Park City, Utah might have been the easiest novel I’ve ever written. And the hardest. It was easy to write because the story is so similar to my own experience. I wrote 30,000 words in three days. If you’re not an author, what that means is if I […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
By Gayla K. Hiss When I think of our first president, the story of a young boy fessing up to chopping down his father’s prized cherry tree usually comes to mind. That popular story, it turns out, is more fiction than fact, which causes me to wonder—who was the real George Washington? Since we recently […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Deborah Dulworth I lost my dear husband of forty-four years on Christmas day 2016 to pancreatic cancer. He was my closest friend, my problem solver, and, of course, my sweetheart. Ray and I enjoyed many things together. On the top of the list was attending gospel sings where our daughter, Christy performed with her […]Continue Reading... 12 Comments.
By Linda Hanna Join her FB group HERE People always ask when I first became interested in writing. That’s an easy question for me to answer. It was just after Easter in 1957 when I was four-years-old. Mom worked in a hospital and my preacher dad became my evening caregiver. This meant long hours of […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.