Living just east of Crazy

Give My Love to the Chestnut Trees By Beverly Varnado

It’s not often I’m surprised by a book, but this book captured me from the beginning. I knew early on I would like this story. In fact, out of the hundreds of novels I’ve read, I’d rank this book in my top 10 fiction books. Give My Love to the Chestnut Trees is a rich, […]

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Show and Tell

I like the term, ‘show and tell’ much better than ‘show don’t tell’. Telling is a part of storytelling. It doesn’t replace showing, obviously. But these two are partners. It isn’t possible to only show. Discernment is the name of the game. You, the writer, must be able to discern between what needs to be […]

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John 3:16 Network Blog tour – Tracy Krauss

Author bio – Tracy Krauss Tracy Krauss is an author, artist, playwright, director, worship leader, and teacher. Originally from a small prairie town, she received her Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Saskatchewan.  She has lived in many places in northern Canada with her husband, a pastor, and their children. They currently live in Tumbler […]

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John 3:16 Network Blog Tour – Sid Frost

Author Bio Sidney W. Frost is a Stephen Leader, a Stephen Minister, and a member of his church choir at First United Methodist Church in Georgetown, Texas. He has served on the session at a Presbyterian church, and has been on the vestry at Episcopal churches. While singing with the Austin Lyric Opera Chorus, he […]

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Apologies to Emily’s Husband :)

A reader’s response to I Called Him Dancer This storyline is about much more than dancing. The plot and characters carry the reader through a variety of life experiences, from failure and loss to love and redemption. I loved how he was able to develop the characters from young people to adults and weave their […]

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