Month: October 2011

  • Stealing Jake by Pam Hillman

    I just realized that I failed to post a review of a book I read back in July. It’s another one of those books that I could not put down and read straight through. When Livy O’Brien spies a young boy jostling a man walking along the boardwalk, she recognizes the act for what it […]

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  • Stealing Jake by Pam Hillman

    I just realized that I failed to post a review of a book I read back in July. It’s another one of those books that I could not put down and read straight through. When Livy O’Brien spies a young boy jostling a man walking along the boardwalk, she recognizes the act for what it […]

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  • Love Inspired Historical Line

    Yesterday, Seekerville’s guest was Love Inspired’s Associate Editor Emily Rodmell. The post centered around the Love Inspired Historical line, what kinds of books are out there and what editors are looking for. An opportunity was also given to pitch, which I took advantage of so,  prayers are appreciated. In the course of yesterday’s conversation I remembered […]

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  • Do You Constantly Feel Condemned?

    Therefore there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit of life set me free from the law of sin and death. Romans 8:1-New International Version A few years ago, I ran into a lady I used to babysit for when I was […]

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  • Exciting Research Find

    As I was writing a scene yesterday I typed a word that I had no idea if it even existed during my time period. I was 99.9% positive it had, but I needed to be 100%. scissors-origin 1350-1400 derives from the medieval Latin word cisoria (dictionary.com) Dictionary.com wasn’t my first choice for research, instead I […]

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  • A Perfect Fit

    I’m trying to find a balance between writing the first draft of one manuscript and revising another. It’s not easy. And for the last few days I’ve hit a dry spot on both. Right now, that’s not an option. I have to have revisions done in a few weeks, and so it takes priority, but […]

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