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Wrapping up the month of November

Monday, November 28 The pain I’ve been dealing with is coming from the sciatic nerve. I’m going through physical therapy now and hope to be back to normal activities soon. Tuesday, November 29 This morning started out with a sluggish weight and depression setting in. I’m not used to being home with nothing to do…

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Christmas Novella Spotlight:

My guest today is Katy Eeten, author of Christian romance. She is here today to tell us about two of her Christmas novellas. Before we talk about your books, Katy, tell us a little bit about yourself: I live in southeast Wisconsin with my husband and our two sons, ages 14 and 11, where I…

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Christmas Novella Spotlight: Northern Hearts

Today I welcome Laurie Wood back to my blog. Laurie is author of the romantic suspense series, Heroes of the Tundra, set in Canada’s northern wilderness. As we begin our interview today, Laurie, there is snow on the ground here in Michigan. A perfect setting for talking about your Christmas novella. Let’s start by telling…

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Meet Author Laura Thomas

It’s Wednesday, November 9 and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. With Christmas only a few weeks away, it’s a great time to pick up a Christmas-themed book to read. Today I’m interviewing author Laura Thomas about her newly released novella, The Christmas Cabin. Laura, thank you for joining me today. Let’s start with you…

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God is on the Move Today

Anytime I fight against the darkness in my life, God moves in with the light. It was no different this week. On Thursday night I struggled with sliding towards the pit of depression. By the Grace of God, He reminded me to Feed the Light that is in me through salvation. Through praise and worship,…

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Feed the Light

It’s been a rough week. I wish sometimes life would be good all the time, but that is not the case. Not for anyone. The tide ebbs and flows. The sun rises and the sun sets. Seasons change. We grow from helpless infants and travel through life only to find most of us helpless as…

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Dog Tails: Harley

Harley was found as a stray so we don’t know about his background. He is a typical German Shepherd: fun loving, intelligent, affectionate and playful. He should go to a home without small children and someone with previous dog experience. You can find out more about Harley and other rescues at http://www.arcofmecostacounty.com. Mecosta County, Michigan

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Meet Author Andrea Jo Rodgers

My guest today is Andrea Jo Rodgers, author of Heaven-Sent Miracles and Rescues, true stories that Andrea has seen from the frontlines in her work as a volunteer EMT. Andrea, thank you for being my guest today. Tell us a little bit about yourself:I’m happily married and feel blessed to be the mother of teenage…

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The Testing of my Faith

“Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.” James 1:2-4 I don’t know if my faith has ever been tested as much as it has been…

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Good Monday Morning 10-24-22

Good Monday Morning 10-24-22 22 years ago today, my youngest son was born at 4:00 in the afternoon. After having labor induced and receiving an epidural to manage the pain, labor was dragging on until it was getting dangerous for the baby. By that time the epidural had worn off and I felt the pain…

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Passport Journey #1: Abraham’s Journey

I recently created a Children’s Church curriculum series entitled: Passport to the Promised Land. It is my hope to publish this series sometime this winter. Here is a preview of the first lesson in this series: Title of Lesson:      Passport Journey #1: Abraham’s Journey Scripture Verse:     “For I know the plans I have for you,”…

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Meet the Author: Suzie Waltner

Good Morning. My guest today is Suzie Waltner, author of Midnight Blue, a Christian romance. Suzie, thank you for being my guest today. Let’s start with you telling us a little bit about yourself. I am a busy single gal (although, I’m probably past the age where I can get away with “gal,” LOL!) who…

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Pet Tails: Abner

Abner is a 6 year old neutered domestic long haired cat. He is front declawed and is missing his back right paw, possible from an injury as a kitten.  He still gets around just fine. He is a large cat that is full of love.  His owners were very allergic and decided it was best…

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Meet the Author: Rachelle Paige Campbell

My guest today is Rachelle Paige Campbell, author of Her One in a Million, a Christian romance. Rachelle, thank you for joining me today. Let’s start with you telling us a little bit about yourself. I write contemporary romance novels filled with heart and hope. I believe love and laughter can change lives, and every…

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Good Monday Morning 10-10-22

Good Monday Morning 10-10-22 The sunshine of the past few days, a break from leading children’s church for a week, and the removal of my husband’s old Chevelle from our yard all worked together to give me a relaxed state of mind. I’ve experienced some stress over the past few weeks related to work issues,…

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Meet the Author: Sharon Rene

My guest today Is author Sharon Rene. She is here to tell us about her new release, a young adult dystopian novel entitled Defying Destiny. This is a prequel to her Divine Destiny Chronicles Series. Sharon,, tell us a little bit about yourself. I was born in Mississippi and have lived in Texas, Louisiana and…

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Meet the Author: Michelle Lowe

Today I’m interviewing author Michelle Lowe about her new book, The Autumn Keepsake. Michelle, I’m happy to have you here. Tell us a little bit about yourself: I live in Asheboro, North Carolina with my husband, Brian, and our eighteen-year-old son, Jake. We have a very spoiled bluetick hound-mix named Daisy. I am a Registered…

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Good Monday Morning: Sept. 26

This is the last Monday in September. This month went by so fast. Summer is over and fall is here. That turning of the season was a difficult time for me when my kids were in school. It was as hard for me to shift from lazy summer mornings to bustling everyone out the door…

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Recipe: Salmon Patties

I often have canned salmon in the pantry. While I have purchased boneless, skinless pouches of salmon for certain recipes, I have let these cans sit on the shelf for a few months because they have the bones and skin on the salmon. I’m not a fan of fish to begin with. Add in the…

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You Prepare a Table Before Me

“You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my head with oil, my cup runs over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life…” Psalm 23:5-6a Today marks the end of a pretty good week. Drama free, no missed work or car problems. It…

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Dog Tails: Hash brown

This adorable puppy is named Hash brown. Hash brown is around four months old. He is a very sweet and affectionate puppy. He was a stray so his background is unknown. Hash brown loves to be with people. Find out about adoption on the website for the Animal Rescue Coalition of Mecosta County, Michigan. http://www.arcofmecostacounty.com

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Problem or Progress?

Last August I struggled to get through work on the days surrounding the anniversary of my husband’s death. My boss, a former social worker, was very understanding but suggested that I might want to take some time off around that anniversary this year. In March I put in for a week off from August 15…

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Cat Tails: Cleopatra

A true queen, Cleopatra loves the spotlight and all the attention that comes with it. She is very affectionate, but decrees she be the only cat in the kingdom. Expect many head bops. Cleopatra is 3 1/2 years old and spayed. For details on how you can adopt Cleopatra or other rescues, go to the…

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Cat Tails: Cora

Cora is a 6-year-old, spayed, domestic shorthaired cat. Cora has a rather tragic story behind her. Cora came to the Animal Rescue Coalition from a home with 13 cats when her owner passed away.  She had noticeable eye issues so we took her to the vet and found out she had eye ulcers.  Cora was…

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