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What if WWII Came Today?
 by Eva Marie Everson

I sat across the table from my 80-something-year-old uncle in his impressive Atlanta-area home. “I would have given anything for a piece of chocolate,” he said with a laugh. We’d spent the last half hour talking about the stateside woes of World War II. “There was no chocolate?” I asked. “Not for us,” he said,… Continue reading What if WWII Came Today?
 by Eva Marie Everson

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🇺🇸 Armed Forces Day: A Tribute to Those Who Serve by Author Dony Jay

  “These are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman.” Thomas Paine wrote these words more than 240 years ago, yet they are… Continue reading 🇺🇸 Armed Forces Day: A Tribute to Those Who Serve by Author Dony Jay

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One Book to Rule them All: Of Ancient Librarians and a Trunk of Scrolls by Darlene N. Bocek

Once again twitter has aided my discovery of an author. I first became acquainted with today’s guest blogger when she tweeted the trailer for her book Trunk of Scrolls. Fascinated as I am by early church history, I made a mental note to read this book. Today I am pleased to host debut Christian author… Continue reading One Book to Rule them All: Of Ancient Librarians and a Trunk of Scrolls by Darlene N. Bocek

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Authors, Novels & National Parks: Researching Gettysburg by Dani Pettrey (w/giveaway)

Researching Gettysburg Cold Shot, the first novel in my new Chesapeake Valor series, is primarily set at Gettysburg National Park. To prepare for writing Griffin and Finley’s story, I booked a private tour with a certified guide for a day at Gettysburg. Living only an hour and half away, my family and I have been… Continue reading Authors, Novels & National Parks: Researching Gettysburg by Dani Pettrey (w/giveaway)

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Authors, Novels & National Parks: The Dust Trail by Ginny Yttrup (w/Giveaway)

The Dust Trail “He who believes in Me, as the Scripture said, ‘From his innermost being will flow rivers of living water.’”  John 7:38 Oh, Lord, how I long to be a source of Your living water for parched and thirsty souls. My prayer was more a cry than a request—a longing from deep within… Continue reading Authors, Novels & National Parks: The Dust Trail by Ginny Yttrup (w/Giveaway)

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Authors, Novels & National Parks: Researching Mount Rainier by Karen Barnett

The idea of setting a novel set at Mount Rainier National Park has been a dream of mine ever since I started my writing journey. I spent two years working as a ranger there in my younger days, so I know the park pretty well. I can still close my eyes remember the details, right… Continue reading Authors, Novels & National Parks: Researching Mount Rainier by Karen Barnett

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Authors, Novels & National Parks: Susan May Warren on Glacier National Park

Montana I was twelve the first time our family took a trip to Glacier National Park. We camped in under a slew of jack pines, nested our sleeping bags into pine needles, watched a brilliant moon rise over Logan pass and roasted hotdogs while listening to the wind ripple the blue waters of McDonald lake. … Continue reading Authors, Novels & National Parks: Susan May Warren on Glacier National Park