Monthly Archives: May 2015

What inspired me to write A Journey of Faith

Inspired by dreams Have you ever been inspired to write a story based on a recurring dream you’ve had over the past few years? To be honest with you, I have had a recurring dream of climbing, which can take … Continue reading

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Danger in the Shadows: Prequel to the O’Malley Series, a book review

If you like suspense novels, but don’t like the blood and guts of hard core thrillers, I have the perfect Christian suspense novel for you. I just finished a compilation by Dee Henderson called Jennifer: An O’Malley Love Story and … Continue reading

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The sounds of our Environment

The definition of Sound What is sound? Sound isn’t just something we hear with our ears, sound is a relm of wayveforms that contain a set of particular frequencies amplitudes, that continuously swirl with harmonic resonance, (Adams, C., M.D., Healing … Continue reading

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Writer’s block.

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My Camp NaNoWriMo experience

Hello everybody, I kept you updated about my NaNoWriMo experience, and my WIP, but I did not tell you about my camp NaNoWriMo experience. Well, I do want to say that camp NaNoWriMo was a bit slower paced than the … Continue reading

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Happy Clown

That was too cute not to share.

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Four Common Mistakes that will Drive your Editor or Reader Mad!

Originally posted on European Geeks Publishing:
Whether I’m editing an unpublished manuscript or reading an already-on-the-market book, I find myself reaching for the red pen a bit too much these days. Considering that¬†most¬†writers utilize some form of word processing program…

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