Announcement of upcoming book

I have always loved books which are a collection of short stories. I love the fact that you can pick them up while you are waiting for something or you only have a few minutes to read. You can read just one, mull over and savor it like a tasty morsel. There is one, in particular, that is hitting shelves this fall that I want to tell you about, because of reasons.

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All Of You by Sarah Monzon

I was delighted to find that All of You was a dual timeline story and you ask why was I surprised? Well, as a rule of thumb, I don’t usually read the synopsis of a story, I just jump in. I don’t’ watch movie trailers either….you get the idea. Anyway I was delighted with this book and am delighted to not only share this with you, but Sarah Monzon is giving away an e-copy and I have her here to answer some questions too, so it is a triple blessing: Review, Interview & Giveaway

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As the Ink Flows Shortlisted

It is not every day that you wake up to some really good news. Today was one of those days. I woke up to some exciting news this morning and now I have a dilemma, can you help me decide? Dilemma aside, our book has been selected for a certain special short list for some awards and I am so excited to tell you about it.

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Thoughtful Thursdays – Everything Changes

Happy Thursday, March 13th. Are you facing a big change in your life, in your situation, in location or in your job? Today we talk about change, and what that means. We have heard it before, but have we really heard it? That is the question I grapple with today. Please join me for some thoughts on change.

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Love in The Balance by Regina Jennings

I recently read For the Record and it was the first of Regina Jennings’ books. Well, I was hooked. So I went back to the first Ladies of Caldwell County to read more. Love in the Balance is the second in the Caldwell County series. You will get to know Molly and Bailey better in this book, but in some unexpected ways.

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What? What do you mean Romance isn’t for everyone?

Cupid gets a lot of attention today! It’s Valentine’s Day. In a conversation online recently I was shocked to read that some people, (who will remain nameless) prefer less romance in their reading. What? This I just could not understand. I mean, what?

Then I got to thinking, okay so there are different personalities and not everyone is romantic and swoons, but for this gal, I need romance. Not just for the sake of romance, but I am fascinated by the interaction of two people who have a connection and are exploring said connection. So today, since it is Valentine’s day, I thought I would share some of my favorite reads with romance in them for you and I hope that you will find a good Valentine’s read,

right here.

One of them if free! Enjoy!

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In Light of my Last post

What do you do when you have a bad habit you are trying to kick? Everyone has one, or more than one and people tackle them in different ways. Some go cold turkey, some try to cut down on whatever it is that they are trying to eliminate. Either way, realizing you have a problem is the first step. I’m dealing with one right now and any advice would be appreciated. (Only serious advice accepted)

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Christian Fiction Readers Retreat 2016

Don’t wait to sign up for the Christian Fiction Readers Retreat in August. When I was invited, at first I thought it was one of those online facebook parties that you can attend in your PJ’s while sitting in front of your computer. You know, all comfortable and well…alone. My first reaction when I found out that it was in fact a REAL, LIVE, EVENT, was, “I can’t go, I live in Canada!”

And then….

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As the Ink Flows authors on Rogers Daytime TV York Region

On May 3rd, 2016 three of the authors of As the Ink Flows: Devotions to Inspire Christian Writers & Speakers appeared on Rogers Daytime TV, with host Jacqueline Betterton to discuss the book. The print copy was hot off the press and the authors were excited to share their collaborative project with York Region viewers. Viewers were invited to join the conversation.

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