[Let’s welcome back Richard Spillman for his guest post on living life outside of the shadow of death. This 2018 we want to remember the beauty of the Christian’s redemption through Jesus Christ’s sacrifice. With this redemption, we no longer live in the shadow of an inevitable end, and instead live in the light of […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
People always ask when I first became interested in writing. That’s an easy question for me to answer. It was just after Easter when I was four-years-old. Mom worked in a hospital and my preacher dad became my evening caregiver. This meant long hours of trying to entertain myself while he prepared sermons or studied. […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
[Guest Post by Gayla K. Hiss] During the summer of 2016, my husband Jeff and I embarked on our first cross-country road trip with our new truck and RV to attend his sister’s wedding in Florida. In retrospect, I should have suspected something was up when, after mentioning that we would be gone for 40 […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
[Guest Post by Christa MacDonald] In the last few months I’ve been thinking about what a privilege it is to have folks read my books. All writing is personal to some degree, but novels are different. They only start with the writer. They’re really finished, so to speak, by the reader. As an author I […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
[Guest Post by Annette M. Irby] Have you ever walked into a bookstore and known the type of book you wanted to read but not a title? I did that about ten years ago. It was early summer, and I was interested in reading a compilation of four novels in one set on the Pacific […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
Guest Post by Angela Ruth Strong This month I’m celebrating my six year anniversary to Mr. Strong. He makes writing romance novels so easy. But there was actually a time when I quit writing romance. I didn’t believe in it anymore. It hurt too much to read about people in love when nobody loved me. […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Guest Post By Kimberly Rose Johnson It’s an old saying, but it still rings true. Not all pain is healthy or profitable, however, there are exceptions. For example, a painful experience can bring growth to our lives. I can’t tell you how many book proposal rejections I received early on in my career as a […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.