Guest Post by Vicki Tiede — Interview and Her Latest Book: When Your Husband Is Addicted to Pornography: Healing Your Wounded Heart

Interview with Vicki Tiede Today, we welcome author Vicki Tiede and we’re talking about her latest book, When Your Husband is Addicted to Pornography: Healing Your Wounded Heart. Welcome, Vicki. This book is set up like a Bible Study. What led you to set this book into sections of time? In When Your Husband is... Continue Reading →

Searching for Sara Book Launch — Guest Post by Nona King

Searching for Sara has been in the works in some form or fashion since 2001. At first it was a sequel to Broken Angel (not yet released) titled To Rachel With Love. In this version I killed the heroine, Rachel Samson, and inserted a new love interest for our grieving hero Robert Trent. This appalled my sister, who directed me... Continue Reading →

Dressing up for the Holidays: Free Images to Help You Make Ebook Covers

There isn't any one magic charm that forces readers to buy your book, but certainly a great cover will at least tempt them to linger and consider. If you've already put your ebook out into cyberspace with a less-than perfect cover, it's not too late to make it better. I just ran across a site... Continue Reading →

Free Days for both Illustrated and Plain Versions of Dodge: Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving. May you enjoy God's blessings and your family's love, and a free copy of Dodge November 22-24. http://www.amazon.com/Dodge-Tobacconist-Alexander-Legacy-ebook/dp/B009NV1DMG Plus the illustrated version is free 11/24-11/25 http://www.amazon.com/Illustrated-Tobacconist-Alexander-Legacy-ebook/dp/B009SG3WXO Here's an interview with the main character, Florizel of Bohemia. Even if you've read the book -- And if you have, why haven't you posted a review?... Continue Reading →

Amphibious Thoughts of the World Around Us. . . Guest post by Marilynn Dawson

The powers of observation come in many different forms. . . taste, touch, smell, hearing, seeing, and intuition.  By themselves, these methods of observing our world tell us about it and help us interact with it.  How they help us interact with the world around us requires more than mere observation however.  It is thoroughly... Continue Reading →

Capture the Memories Guest post by Mary Anne Benedetto

It seems as though we were just in the midst of the heat of summer with its tornado and hurricane warnings, floods, and humidity so thick it sometimes felt like you could chop it with a machete. Now here we are rapidly approaching the holiday season! Whether you are celebrating by devouring luscious Thanksgiving turkey,... Continue Reading →

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