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12 Sep Posted by in Inspiration | 5 comments

Staying Home from the “Ball”

We all know the story- Cinderella attends the fancy ball at the palace in a coach that was formerly a pumpkin. She dances with the prince- they fall in love- they live happily ever after. Oh- except for the whole glass slipper episode. But was it really that easy? In the Rodgers and Hammerstein version […]

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29 Aug Posted by in Inspiration | 5 comments

What Do Writers Have in Common with Cats?

What Do Writers Have in Common with Cats?

What do writers have in common with cats?

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17 Aug Posted by in Inspiration | 4 comments

Three attitudes Christian writers need

Three attitudes Christian writers need

Three attitudes Christian writers need All writers could create a list of different attitudes they have about writing, but I’d like to suggest three for this post.

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Read what you write- Write what you read

Read what you write- Write what you read

Ask any writer about their hobbies, and reading will be front and center. When trying to change our Writing from a hobby to a business, what can we learn from the books we read? One piece of advice I have had no trouble following is to read books in the genre I wanted to write […]

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08 Aug Posted by in Inspiration | 3 comments

The Way We Were

The Way We Were

We like to reminisce about how it used to be.  We romanticize the way it was.  The good ole’ days are fondly remembered.  Life was simpler then; life was happy then; life was better then. Really?  We have a selective memory.  We tend to make light of things now that were heavy then.  The boyfriend […]

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03 Aug Posted by in Inspiration | 3 comments

A Writer’s Alphabet … F is for: Fellowship

Bet you thought I was going to say fiction, or friendship, or Facebook. Nope. This post is all about fellowship. I love this word. When I hear it my mind conjures up church picnics and people gathering to mingle and share. Packs a lot of punch, this word. By definition it means:  friendly relationship; companionship; […]

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Meet Debbie Archer

I’m excited today to be able to sit down and chat with Debbie Archer. First off, congratulations Debbie on being a Frasier Finalist! The winner will be announced September 23rd at the Terrace Ballroom at the St Louis Regency at the Arch (wow that sound so exciting) Can you tell us how one becomes a […]

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15 Jul Posted by in Inspiration | 4 comments

An Author’s Alphabet: E is for … Exclamation Points in Our Lives!

An Author’s Alphabet: E is for … Exclamation Points in Our Lives!

Have you experienced an exclamation point in your life recently? No? Well, it’s time! As writers we certainly experience all the other punctuation symbols in our lives. We have our commas – which translates into … pause and wait. (Please wait for two weeks or up to twelve months for us to consider your proposal. […]

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12 Jul Posted by in Inspiration | 4 comments

My Baker’s Dozen= Blessings!

My Baker’s Dozen= Blessings!

  Perhaps it’s because my birthday has just passed, but I’ve been thinking about the advantages and blessings of being the age I am.  I say advantages because I choose to look at the positive side of life; there really isn’t anything I can do to change what stage of life I am at, and […]

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Walking by the Way

“And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up.” Deuteronomy 6:7. Telling stories is as old as man’s ability to talk. We relate things that have happened […]

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