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How to Wrap a Christmas Present

Please welcome my guest, Ruth Buchanan. You'll enjoy her gift of humor in writing. Thank you, Ruth, for joining us today. How to Wrap a Christmas Present: A Tutorial for Those Who Are All Thumbs It's the most wonderful time of the year! Unless, like me, you’re not good at wrapping presents. For...

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How to Wrap a Christmas Present
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A Thanksgiving Thank You

Hello Friends, I love this time of year—fall colors, pumpkin scented candles, and the anticipation of holidays ahead. Living thankfully is not relegated to one day in the year, but I’m glad that a special day was set aside. It provides a reminder when my guilty heart forgets the goodness of...

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A Thanksgiving Thank You
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How is your sense of direction?

Please welcome Linda Shenton Matchett as she shares words of wisdom for those who are directionally challenged. Thank you, Linda, for joining us today.  In England, blackout restrictions were also enforced, and street signs were removed in anticipation of a German invasion. Other countries,...

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How is your sense of direction?
Author Interview

Welcome, Gail Pallotta

I’m pleased to welcome my colleague, Gail Pallotta.  Today she shares a little about her writing journey and her newest release, Hair Calamities and Hot Cash. Don’t miss the limited 99 cent preorder opportunity.   When did you know that you wanted to become a writer? I’ve loved storytelling for...

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Welcome, Gail Pallotta
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Kathleen Bailey shares her ACFW Conference experience

A friend once told me, if you’re serious about writing, you’ll be serious about attending conferences. They offer help on so many fronts—workshops, building friendships within the writing community, meeting with agents, and networking. I was not able to attend the ACFW, but I’m pleased to...

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Kathleen Bailey shares her ACFW Conference experience
Author Interview

Welcome, Cathy Baker

If you are one of the many people fascinated with tiny houses, you won’t want to miss today’s guest. I’m pleased to welcome my colleague and friend, Cathy Baker. Cathy, Congratulations on yesterday’s launch of your re-designed blog! What changes did you make and what elements did you decide to...

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Welcome, Cathy Baker
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NaNoWriMo: It’s not too soon to be thinking about it

If you’re an author, you have probably heard of NaNoWriMo—National Novel Writing Month. You can visit their website at NaNoWriMo.org. November is designated as National Novel Writing Month. Yes, I said November, the month of Thanksgiving, the busiest travel time of the year. The time for long...

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NaNoWriMo: It’s not too soon to be thinking about it
Author Interview

Welcome, Kelly Goshorn

  It’s my pleasure to welcome author Kelly Goshorn today. If you love Christian fiction, historic fiction, and romance, you’ll enjoy getting to know her. Kelly, welcome, and thank you for sharing your story in this novel. When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? Truthfully, I...

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Welcome, Kelly Goshorn
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Wordsmithing

I used to teach fourth grade. Very early in each school year, I addressed one of my pet peeves, a common fourth grade error. I put the words “A lot” and “Alot” on the board and X’d out the second incorrect option. It amazed me how many students insisted that the one-word form was correct. I...

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Wordsmithing
Author Interview

Welcome, Dave Arp

I’m so glad I had the time to visit with Dave Arp. I’m sure you’ll enjoy his interview as much as I did. His new book, Me and Jake, written under the pseudonym of Boo Riley, is available in digital and paperback versions. Dave, thank you for sharing your story with us, and for helping those who...

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Welcome, Dave Arp

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