Monthly Archives: January 2014

excerpt 31 January 2014

On this wonderfully  cold and snowy day, I offer a small excerpt from my new novel…yet untitled: Jess thought getting out of range of her father would silence the voice, but all it’d done is add more static. None of … Continue reading

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Beauty and Faith 29 January 2014

Looking outside both yesterday and today, the world was a sparkling reminder of the beauty we are always surrounded by but don’t always notice. I’m thankful for a God who is faithful and who loves beauty. Returning from my run … Continue reading

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fresh snow 27 January 2014

Fresh snow falling this morning is making the world new, clean and fresh. It has a magical twinkling feel especially because it is so still. Heard several versions of the same message this weekend which makes me think I should … Continue reading

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winter 23 January 2014

What a beautiful winter morning, the kind where I wish I had a writing space surrounded by windows and in which I could spend the entire day writing and gazing out at the landscape. The bulls are feeling ‘randy’ today … Continue reading

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Full Moon 17 January 2014

I love it when the moon comes around again in its courses so it is high in the sky in the predawn hours. Brightening the whole world as I run, a friend in dark places. Taking some time to write … Continue reading

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How to Support an Author’s New Book: 11 Ideas For You

How to Support an Author’s New Book: 11 Ideas For You.

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Seven Predictions for Your Writing in 2014

Seven Predictions for Your Writing in 2014.

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