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Apr
2017
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Mary tells Jared about leaving home as a child, Chapter 25, continued, Phantom Love

Those four little words threw him into a tailspin, but somehow the words to decline Mary’s request wouldn’t form on his lips. He hadn’t said grace or any other semblance of a prayer in two years. His shooting had merely been the last in a long line of grievances against the Almighty.  He sucked in...
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26
Apr
2017
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An Ordinary Writer Writing Ordinary Books

This piece originally appeared on the ACFW blog on March 29, 2016.  Who wants to be ordinary? If I asked that question at an ACFW conference, I doubt anyone would raise their hand. For some reason, ordinary has become associated with dull, listless, uninteresting and uninspiring. As writers, we may be content to live ordinary...
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7
Apr
2017
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Jared reflects on his growing feelings for Mary, Chapter 24, Phantom Love

Jared slumped back in his chair after Mary left to answer the door. His hand clenched the sea glass, his knuckles turning white from his grip. He couldn’t believe he had almost kissed Mary Divers, all because she had kept a bit of rock he’d given her thirty-odd years ago. The pain must be affecting...
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5
Apr
2017
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A Conversation With June Foster

An award-winning author, June Foster is a retired teacher with a BA in education and a MA in counseling. Her characters find themselves in tough situations but overcome through God’s power and the Word. She writes edgy topics wrapped in a good story. To date, she’s seen fourteen contemporary romances published. When do you find...
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