I am so grateful to my dear, sweet friend Sandra Barela, who runs Celebrate Lit Publishing & Publicity, for doing a series of blog tours for my Fiction Lover’s Devotional series. Last month, she sent preview copies of the fourth book, 21 Days of Joy: Stories that Celebrate Mom, to her reviewers. Sandy’s blog tours […]
I discovered Mesu Andrews at the Christy awards banquet last year. I fell in love with her biblical novel Miriam—so much that I contacted her and asked if she would be open to doing an interview for my blog. She graciously agreed. I hope you enjoy getting to know Mesu as much as I have. […]
At the upcoming Southern California Christian Writers’ Conference that I’ll be directing, we have three wonderful keynote speakers lined up for the three days of the conference. I’d like to introduce one of them to you. Allen Arnold will be giving our final keynote session on Saturday, “Kintsugi Creativity.” Allen Arnold is the author of The […]
Today I am delighted to introduce my new virtual assistant, Kara Swanson. Whenever I’ve found myself in need of a new VA, God always sends me just the right person. And He certainly has done that with Kara! I know you’ll love getting to know her too. About You Tell us something about yourself and […]
Today it’s my pleasure to introduce Nanette Thorsen-Snipes, one of the contributing authors in 21 Days of Christmas. I hope you enjoy this holiday story of hers as much as I did. *** In December of 1976, I had been divorced for about six months, and my two young boys and I were living […]
A warm welcome to my my dear friend Joseph Bentz, a professor of English at Azusa Pacific University, and author of several books.
This week I am thrilled to introduce you to my Virtual Assistant, Joanne Reese. I’ve known Joanne for several years through the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference. We connected again at last year’s PENCON, and when I mentioned to her that I needed a new assistant, she offered her services. She’s been working with […]
A warm welcome to my guest blogger, Aaron D. Gansky, author of The Bargain, The Blood Sword: A Hand of Adonai, Firsts in Fiction, and Write to be Heard.