It’s Summer! Time for Something Different

Hi Blog Friends!

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This past year has simply flown by. Since last August, I started this website, posted almost 100 blog posts, and “met” friends from around the world who read and commented on a post or listened to a Soundcloud audio Bible clip. Thank you for reading and/or listening!

We all seem to change our routine a little during the summer months, and I plan to do the same. Audio clips rotating through Genesis, Psalm, and Luke are scheduled through the end of June, and then will be resumed in the fall. New this fall as I continue to play with themes from the Sophie Topfeather series, “Wednesday’s Word to the Wise” will become “Wednesday’s Word to the Free”–freedom being sidekick Timley Mouse’s main concern.

During the summer “hiatus,” I’ll still be posting every now and then, beginning with a “blog hop” on June 30th that I’m participating in, courtesy of a colleague from Northwest Christian Writers. Mainly, however, I’m planning to take a good chunk of time to work on Sophie Topfeather’s Gold Rush (book 3), and to research a novel on the “Hidden Christians” in Japan–my first historical novel! More about that in the “blog hop” post.

Other than that, I plan to enjoy long walks, coffee with friends, writing to my daughter who is at camp all summer, and a camping trip, where star-gazing is a prominent part of the fun.

I will leave you for now with this thought:

You alone are the Lord. You made the heavens. . .and all their starry host, the earth and all that is on it, the seas and all that is in them. You give life to everything, and the multitudes of heaven worship you” (Nehemiah 9:6).

May God bless you this summer!

About Sonja Anderson

I write novels and picture books for children, and occasionally an article or short story for adults, too. I grew up in Ohio, and I have lived in Chicago, Connecticut, Boston, Tokyo, and Seattle. The beautiful Pacific Northwest inspires me every day.
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