The Broken Trail by Christa MacDonald

So Long Supermom

It’s no secret that I love superhero movies. I’ve become a Marvel fanatic (thanks to my family) and my favorite Disney / Pixar movie is The Incredibles. But, if you look closely at superheroes, none are great at everything, and they all have their kryptonite. They’re also strongest when they don’t go it alone. Consider Read More

The Broken Trail by Christa MacDonald

More Blog Hopping!

Today, I’m visiting a couple of blogs. Author Narelle Atkins invited me to share my favorite weekend escape, so I got to talk about the North Shore along Lake Superior. God’s presence is so evident up there! Where is your favorite getaway? http://narelleatkins.wordpress.com/2014/10/24/friday-weekend-escape-to-lake-superior-in-minnesota-usa-with-brenda-s-anderson/ And it’s my scheduled blog day at Inkspirational Messages. We’ve been chatting about Read More

The Broken Trail by Christa MacDonald

Chain of Mercy … Six Months Later

It’s hard to believe that yesterday was Chain of Mercy‘s six-month birthday. In a way it seems as if it just released yesterday, but then it feels like it’s been out for forever. For the most part, it’s been a good six months. I’ve received tremendous encouragement from readers and writers alike. I’ve heard from Read More

The Broken Trail by Christa MacDonald

Getting to Know Author Mari Keisling

*** Book Giveaway *** See contest rules below ~*~*~ One of the great joys of being a writer is the doors it opens to meeting and encouraging other authors. I’ve known Mari Keisling several years through our church, Northgate Church in Ramsey, MN, but it’s our shared writing interests that helped get beyond the “I know who Read More

The Broken Trail by Christa MacDonald

Down Syndrome Awareness Month

October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, a month-long campaign to make people aware of the accomplishments and abilities (not disabilities) of those with Down syndrome. My next release, PIECES OF GRANITE, is about a couple who learns that the child they’re expecting has Down syndrome. It’s not an easy diagnosis to accept, and the parents are Read More