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Writer’s Fodder: The Flooded Ohio River

Living on a river exposes many people to the challenges of rising spring waters, and this February has been no different. Many areas around the country are dealing with floods and the aftermath. Ludlow, Kentucky is one such area, which happens to be where my brother lives.         Bless his soul, not… Continue reading Writer’s Fodder: The Flooded Ohio River

Book Reviews · Laura Frantz

The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz

Join the Discussion: Check out the Community Question below and comment. The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz In high school, I was obsessed with the American Revolution. I lived, breathed, and dreamed every detail I could find about the American Revolution. Stories that (thankfully) will never see the light of day were written. As terrible as… Continue reading The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz

Verse Mapping · Wow God Wednesday · Writing Encouragement

Meek but NOT Weak

It was 2 A.M. and I should have been writing a new scene to add to my story, but I wasn’t. I was deleting emails. Those precious hours that I sacrificed sleep for were wasted because I just couldn’t bully my way through anymore edits and I didn’t want to admit it. Thankfully, God hit me… Continue reading Meek but NOT Weak

Book Reviews · Carlene Havel

Song of the Shepherd Woman by Carlene Havel and Sharon Faucheux

Song of the Shepherd Woman By Carlene Havel and Sharon Faucheux Genre: Biblical Fiction, Women’s Fiction Orphaned girl, Channa, is cast aside by a self-centered uncle who decides she should be someone else’s responsibility to raise. Shifted to the care of her “crazy” Uncle Avram and mute Aunt Yael, Channa is raised as a shepherdess… Continue reading Song of the Shepherd Woman by Carlene Havel and Sharon Faucheux