Guest Post: Embracing Christian Themes While Writing Afta-U by Author, Jennifer Lynn Kenniston

It is my pleasure to take part in Jennifer-Lynn Kenniston’s WOW! Blog Tour for her début novel, Afta-U. Today Jennifer will be sharing her thoughts and insights on embracing Christian themes while writing a Christian novel. Her post is honest and provides us with a look inside her emotions as she wrote Afta-U.Welcome, Jennifer!EMBRACING CHRISTIAN THEMESWHILE WRITING AFTA-UBY … Continue reading Guest Post: Embracing Christian Themes While Writing Afta-U by Author, Jennifer Lynn Kenniston

The Memoir Writer’s Hidden Nerve by Susan G. Weidener

Today my guest is Susan G. Weidener, author of A Portrait of Love and Honor: A Novel Based on a True Story, her first novel based on a true story. In addition, Susan has written two memoirs, Again in a Heartbeat: A Memoir of Love, Loss and Dating Again and Morning at Wellington Square. As part … Continue reading The Memoir Writer’s Hidden Nerve by Susan G. Weidener

Social Workers with Guns, a Memoir by Fred Weinberg, Today’s Guest

Fred Weinberg is the author of a recently self-published memoir, SOCIAL WORKERS WITH GUNS, reflecting on his 30-year career as a parole officer in New Jersey and New York between 1958-1988. I learned of Fred through Francine (Fran) Silverman, an online publicist who gets her clients on the radio, a radio host, compiler of 16 ebooks … Continue reading Social Workers with Guns, a Memoir by Fred Weinberg, Today’s Guest

A Certain Certainty by Daisy Hickman

I am honored today to have as my guest, Daisy Hickman, author of Always Returning: The Wisdom of Place (read my review here). Daisy and I share a love of great art, both in painted and written form. Today Daisy writes about one of our favorite artists, Claude Monet, as she offers the history of a print she recently acquired as … Continue reading A Certain Certainty by Daisy Hickman

Silenced Voices of Abused Children

Today I am pleased to join Gwen Plano on her blog, From Sorrow to Joy--Perfect Love. Last week Gwen visited me, and now I have the privilege of visiting Gwen. I hope you'll come over and read my post and take a look around Gwen's blog.Silenced Voices of Abused Children A little spoken of tragedy … Continue reading Silenced Voices of Abused Children