MEMORIAL DAY ORIGINS

MEMORIAL DAY ORIGINS

At a recent Book Swap event, I discovered just how little I know about Memorial Day. During a game, we were asked several questions to test our knowledge of the holiday. I failed in most respects. I knew Memorial Day was instigated as a day to honor those who had died...
The God Who Sees

The God Who Sees

I’m thrilled to have my friend and critique partner, Kelly Goshorn with us today sharing about her story, The Veil, from the novella collection, Across the Shores. Plus she’s offering a print copy (US addresses only) of the novella, so be sure to enter the...
A VALENTINE GIVEAWAY

A VALENTINE GIVEAWAY

I’ve been off the grid here since before Christmas due to a writing deadline, but wanted to hop on a minute and wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re married, unattached, in the throws of young love, or missing a life-long companion, there...
One Solitary Life

One Solitary Life

Merry Christmas! I came across the following poem years ago, and it really touched my heart. As you read it, consider how much God loves us to send Jesus to be born in such a humble way, to live and experience all that mankind experiences, and to suffer and die so...