Daisy Chain
A Taste Of Fame
Joyce Magnin

Real Life Is Stranger

Gravy, Gone to the Dogs

Erma Bombeck once said that in her family, gravy was considered a beverage. I can relate to this. I mean, I know exactly what she was thinking, because in my family, gravy was not only considered a beverage, it was considered sacred, especially at holiday time.

My mother, many of you know her as Flossie, made the best pan drippings, brown gravy—ever. Her gravy was so good that my sisters and I refuse to even attempt to replicate it at our own holiday meals. 

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Book Trailers

The Great Book Trailer Experiment Script

Linda Clare

With more than a decade of experience writing and teaching for the Christian market, I thought I knew how to promote...

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Special Giveaway

Melanie Dobson

Melanie Dobson  has a Giveaway!

This November we are thankful for so many things including the gift of freedom.
Each of Melanie's contemporary and historical novels celebrates the theme...

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Loree Lough

Loree's Lough Down

What Readers Really Want in Christian Fiction

I’ve been asking around, trying to figure out what real people want from fiction. Following are a few of my questions and the eye-opening replies I got from folks who are die-hard fans of...

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Caroline Friday

Made For Movies

The Apothecary’s Daughter

Being a huge fan of the BBC historical minidramas, I felt right at home with this story about Lilly Haswell, a young girl living in the village of Bedsley Priors, England, in the early 1800s. Abandoned by her mother at a young age, Lilly lives with her father, the local apothecary (modern...

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