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Whose Path are You On?

I can’t deny it, and I’m ashamed. The past several months, for me personally, have been so much fun and very rewarding. Kids (and even adults) come up to me frequently and tell me how much they like Sophie’s Quest.  There’s a … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Word: Praise the LORD, Small Creatures and Flying Birds

To write or not to write, that was the question. I had an idea for a novel, but was it worth pursuing? Sophie Topfeather and Timley Mouse (in the work that has become Sophie’s Quest),  were clamoring for my attention, but it was … Continue reading

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Seattle Seahawks Leave No Doubt–Again

If you have a goal, a dream, a vision of what you’d like to do before you leave this earth, I sure hope you watched the Seattle Seahawks defeat the Green Bay Packers in epic fashion last Sunday. Quarterback Russell … Continue reading

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Flying High with a Little Alphabet Practice

In Luna Crane, Papa Plane, a little whooping crane needs to practice making a letter V with her seven brothers and sisters so  they can successfully migrate all the way from Michigan to their wintering grounds in Florida. A tailwind … Continue reading

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Hippity-hoppity! It’s a Writer Interview Blog Hop!

The Northwest Christian Writer’s Association has been a powerful influence in my writing life. Not only have I been blessed with wonderful friends there, but the monthly meetings, annual conferences, and Facebook encouragements have kept me improving in my craft, … Continue reading

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The ‘What If?’ Game–Not so Fun, Right?

Does knowing about the power of first impressions paralyze you? Keep you from starting something new, joining a new group, meeting someone new? I often feel that way. I know I will dump water all over the table, or talk … Continue reading

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Making a difference in “Life, Heart, and Brain”

Before I started writing my novel for kids, I did a lot of counted cross stitch. I even got a little creative with it and developed my own patterns. Someday, I might blog about how small the world got between … Continue reading

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