Attracted To Fire

Susan Meissner

Author Interview

Susan Meissner

Susan Meissner has enjoyed life to the full: a military spouse, a pastor’s wife, and a writer. Each day she searches life, history, and faith, seeking the story God wants her to share. She is not afraid of difficult themes or potentially confrontational story lines, and her readers are faithful to share their hearts with her on both! Susan has just released a story dealing with issues of addiction and mental illness, and she is working on a story that explores what happens when a disillusioned travel-book editor meets a delusional memoir writer! So join her on the journey, won’t you? It promises to be a great ride!

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Kelly Klepfer

Novel Reviews

Books To Love from 2011

The Forgotten Locket by Lisa Mangum

Baby, It's Cold Outside by Susan May Warren

                           The Lady of Bolton Hill by Elizabeth Camden

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Nora St. Laurent


We Had A Blast!

When do you start decorating your house for Christmas? When do you take everything down? If you could be a kid again at Christmas what would you like to experience one more time? If you had all the time in the world and just as much money, what is something you’ve always dreamed of doing at Christmas?

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Dee Stewart

Multicultural Fiction

Faith and Love ResolutionInterview with Sherryle Kiser Jackson

It’s another New Year. Most of us want to start the year by leaving some of our bad habits behind: weight loss, money management, finding balance, or having better relationships with our loved ones. This month we chatted with Christian fiction author Sherryle Kiser Jackson about her novel Taylor Made. This book is a great novel for Christian readers contemplating change for the new year, especially with finances. It’s also a great cautionary tale for Christians.

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Nancy Moser


The Deer

Sometimes in hindsight comes a revelation. My husband and I were driving home after attending an out-of-town football game, a four-hour drive. In the car were our newlywed daughter and her husband. The day had been full and fun with a visit to my parents, tailgating, and the excitement of college football. It was dark. The traffic was heavy on the four-lane highway. Cars in front of us, an SUV driving close behind. And then, as my husband got into the left lane to drive around a semi, we saw it. A dead deer lying in our lane.

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