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Wednesday, December 23, 2015
Those who come from dysfunctional families, and the ones, who this year, lost loved ones to death, divorce, or distance vision the world without cheer. Depression runs rampant the more joy is expressed.
To those ones today, I offer this poem, and my prayers.
Many of my friends suffer depression during this time of year. Most of us have been there at some point of our lives.
Jesus is with the broken-hearted. He understands depression, betrayal, and disappointment, and He will never, never leave you.
God bless those right now who are less than joyful.
Saturday, December 5, 2015
Reviews: “Artist Mathew Hughes' soft, time-friendly paintings take us back to Biblical times. This is a sweet Christmas book that could start a discussion about what a young child might like to give the Christ Child for Christmas.” – Patricia Karwatowicz
I love the fresh perspective of Joseph's Cradle. In a day when a father's role is too often downplayed, a story from Joseph's point of view is perfect. Burkhart offers a tender tale about gifts for the Christ child, and Hughes gives delightful illustrations. I highly recommend this book for the children on your Christmas list.
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Today, I get to interview her.
Did you ever feel like giving up? And how did you press through this?
Yes. During those first 8 years, and even during the next 10, I questioned if I was doing what I was supposed to do. God had used several events in May 1984 to tell me to become a professional writer. (You can read the testimony on my web site: www.lenanelsondooley.com on the About Me tab.) When I would get discouraged, I traveled in my memory to that time. It sustained me.
How do you feel this book will encourage people in their walk with Christ, or did you have something in mind like this when you wrote it?
Where can your books be purchased?
She has been on both the CBA Bestseller list and several Amazon Bestseller lists. Her 2010 release Love Finds You in Golden, New Mexico, from Summerside Press, won the 2011 Will Rogers Medallion Award for excellence in publishing Western Fiction. Her next series, McKenna’s Daughters: Maggie’s Journey appeared on a reviewers Top Ten Books of 2011 list. It also won the 2012 Selah award for Historical Novel. The second, Mary’s Blessing, was a Selah Award finalist for Romance novel. Catherine’s Pursuit released in 2013. It was the winner of the NTRWA Carolyn Reader’s Choice contest, took second place in the CAN Golden Scroll Novel of the Year award, and won the Will Rogers Medallion bronze medallion. Her blog, A Christian Writer’s World, received the Readers Choice Blog of the Year Award from the Book Club Network.
Thank you, Lena, for stopping by for a visit on Writing with God's Hope blog.
Saturday, December 13, 2014
- Tell us a little about yourself.
I love the story line. Sounds like a good book to settle in with on a wintry day.
Thank you so much for visiting the Writing with God's hope blog. I enjoyed the interview and look forward to reading the book. Anyone have any other comments or questions for Davalyn?
Thursday, December 11, 2014
For the middle grade kids on your list:
For teenagers 14-18
Do you have a girl who just graduated from high school? Choose a new adult.
Need a good adult fiction? Here's 4 different type books that I've read lately & liked.
|For Pre-order only- but may be in time for Christmas|
Need a gift book?
Need a book for a child
Books make great gifts. Check out some of these I have listed, or search out your own.
What's your recommendation?
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
This is my third and last story that I found in The Ghost of Fort Sill by Robert R. Hiatt published in 1989. Especially if you live in the area, I recommend the book. Since it contains maybe twenty-five more ghost legends around the old fort, you just might find the book fascinating, as I did.
Weird Wednesday is looking for more ghost legends. If you have one, please e-mail me at Janet.firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember my ghost story, Victoria and the Ghost is based on real ghost sightings at Clara Cemetery in the ghost town of Clara, Texas. It makes a great Christmas present especially for a girl aged 13-17.
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Until then, beware ...
Saturday, November 29, 2014
I've been blessed to have many super authors as guests the last few weeks. Today, I wish to introduce you to thriller/suspense author, Harry Wegley. I've read books by him and found them fascinating and thought-provoking. I asked him several questions so that you, and I, might get better acquainted with him as a person. So, here we go ...
Sounds like a winner, Harry. Can't wait to take another ride with Katie. She's quite a heroine, the kind we'd all like to be.
I enjoyed getting acquainted with you. Who knew we had our very own weather expert. We may be calling on you. Anyone have a comment or question now? Click on post a comment below.