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Christine Dillon Interview with an International Giveaway of Grace in Strange Disguise (eBook Format)

Hello, my bookish friends, I hope this post finds you all doing well! If you are in the United States you may be making Thanksgiving preparations. Perhaps, like me, you are enjoying a little extra time off with your children this week. Wherever you are, welcome! Today I have a special guest I’d like you… Continue reading Christine Dillon Interview with an International Giveaway of Grace in Strange Disguise (eBook Format)

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A Tale of Two Stories by Guest Author Gayla Hiss

A Tale of Two Stories Dangerous Ground, book 2 in my Peril in the Park series, is a work of fiction, but in some ways the story parallels my own. For example, the heroine, Kate, is from Tennessee, and so am I. She is from Nashville, and I’m from Memphis. The story begins with Kate… Continue reading A Tale of Two Stories by Guest Author Gayla Hiss

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Guest Post: The Journey of a Novel by Gina Holder

My love for story telling started early. I told oral stories as a child while my sister and I set up our dolls for play. While we “built” houses and arranged things just so, I imagined the backstory to what we were going to play. Weird, I know. I can still remember the first story I wrote.… Continue reading Guest Post: The Journey of a Novel by Gina Holder

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Cookbook Review: The New American Heart Association Cookbook 9th Edition

From the Publisher Here is the ultimate resource for anyone looking to improve cardiac health and lose weight, offering 800 recipes–100 all new, 150 refreshed–that cut saturated fat and cholesterol. The American Heart Association’s cornerstone cookbook has sold more than three million copies and it’s now fully updated and expanded to reflect the association’s latest guidelines as… Continue reading Cookbook Review: The New American Heart Association Cookbook 9th Edition

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How Historical Fiction Connects to A Modern-Day Reader by Angie Dicken

Can you even imagine stepping foot on a barren prairie and saying, “I am going to make my home here.” And then, you do, using the land itself? That’s what my characters do in my debut novel, The Outlaw’s Second Chance. These days, I’d grab my iPhone and look up the best contractor out there,… Continue reading How Historical Fiction Connects to A Modern-Day Reader by Angie Dicken

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Meet Christian Indie Author Kelli Pizarro

Introductions and Pre-Author Life: My name is Kelli Pizarro and I’m just a Jesus-follower who loves her family and writes books. There’s a bit more to add, but that sums me up well! I am mother to three children–two daughters and a son–who keep me busy homeschooling and playing with them. My husband and I… Continue reading Meet Christian Indie Author Kelli Pizarro

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Quattro’s Corner: Interview with Christian #MGlit Author Brock Eastman

Hello, this is Quattro from Quattro’s Corner. A couple of days ago I met Brock Eastman at Barnes and Noble in North Little Rock. He was working on his 5th book in The Quest for Truth series. I wanted to know more about his becoming an author. His answers were surprising to me. I read… Continue reading Quattro’s Corner: Interview with Christian #MGlit Author Brock Eastman