To Be Used at Cocktail Parties: Arsenic, Axes, and Imperialist Symbols—The Unused Research of Shadow Among Sheaves by Guest Author Naomi Stephens

To Be Used at Cocktail Parties: Arsenic, Axes, and Imperialist Symbols The Unused Research of Shadow among Sheaves 1. Intro During a recent late-night research session, I learned that Dr. Robert Liston, a famous 19th century surgeon, could amputate a leg in just under thirty seconds, sans anesthesia. “Time me, gentlemen!” he was rumored to … Continue reading To Be Used at Cocktail Parties: Arsenic, Axes, and Imperialist Symbols—The Unused Research of Shadow Among Sheaves by Guest Author Naomi Stephens

Presidents’ Day | Guest Author Susan G. Mathis

Happy President's Day! In celebration of our Presidents, I'd like to give you a taste of President Grant's visit to the Thousand Islands in Upstate New York. The entire story is in Katelyn's Choice, the first book in the Thousand Islands Gilded Age series that releases on March 15. Visit www.SusanGMathis.com for more. Here's the story: Katelyn Kavanagh’s … Continue reading Presidents’ Day | Guest Author Susan G. Mathis

Your Worth Is Found in the One Who Made You by Chrissy M. Dennis

“Because I’m worth it”, ends L’Oreal commercials after a beautiful model combs her fingers through her silky hair. The tagline is catchy and memorable, and maybe that’s because in some way, we all want to be worth it. Will we find that worth in temporary hair products or in a glamourous shine to our hair? … Continue reading Your Worth Is Found in the One Who Made You by Chrissy M. Dennis

Come As It May: How I Write Christian Speculative Fiction by Erica Marie Hogan

When I think fantasy I have visions of epic sword fights, damsels in distress, and kings in their castles. I imagine dragons and fairies, strange lands that are too beautiful to exist. Yet something that always fascinated me—almost more than the amazing worlds I was transported to in the pages of a book—was an author’s … Continue reading Come As It May: How I Write Christian Speculative Fiction by Erica Marie Hogan