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Spotlight on Stephanie Prichard + Giveaway

I first met Stephanie Prichard and her husband Don several years ago at the Colorado Christian Writers Conference. We were both just starting out, just beginning to traverse the long and seemingly circuitous writing road. Then a year or two later we met again at the Colorado conference, this time in an advanced continuing ed Read More

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Library Book Shelfies

On my visit to the library yesterday, I picked up four very awesome books that just happened to be written by three of my friends plus myself. Stranded by Don & Stephanie Prichard Shattered Image by Stacy Monson As Love Blooms by Lorna Seilstad and Memory Box Secrets by me! No surprise, the books wanted to take Read More

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Favorite Novels from 2014

2014 was a slow year of reading for me. Typically, I’ll read over 100 books, but in 2014 I only completed 78. That’s due to a combination of factors, including having less time to read having released two novels during the year, and being much more picky about what I read. As you can see, Read More

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2014 – A Novel Christmas List, Part One

Need a few last minute gifts? Well, I can’t think of anything better than a book, so today and Thursday, I’m tossing out a few ideas, a little of something for everyone on your Christmas list. The books on today’s list are all written by friends and, as you can see, I have diverse friends. Read More

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Getting to Know Authors Don & Stephanie Prichard

***Book Giveaway*** Enter Below ~*~*~ About eight years ago while attending the Write His Answer Conference in Estes Park, Colorado, I had the honor of meeting Stephanie and Don Prichard, a couple penning their first book together. We reconnected a year or two later at the same conference where we were enrolled in the Nangie class Read More

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2014 Debut Christian Fiction, Part 9

When I dreamed up this series several weeks ago, I never imagined I would need nine posts to complete. As it is, I could easily have stretched it out, but I think it’s time to move on. Now that I know what to expect from debut authors, I’ve decided to make this a once per Read More