Buttonholed by Anita Klumpers

Welcome Anita Klumpers, author of Buttonholed How did you come up with your title? My tendency is to come up with flowery, elaborate titles. To counteract this inclination, I've been trying to limit my titles to one or two words. Since buttons play a pivotal...

An Interview with Susan Karsten

Welcome Susan and her new release Charlotte's Dilemma What is your writing schedule like? I love to write in the morning, usually cranking out around 1000 words a day. What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? Using big words comes very natural to me,...

Interview with LoRee Peery

Welcome LoRee What is the spiritual takeaway for your reader? Actions reveal hearts that are right with the Lord. Is there anything edgy/possibly controversial in your book? His prayer struck as the sexiest thing she’d ever experienced, more intimate than a hug...

What is the thing you love most about writing?

Perhaps what I love best about the writing process is putting into words the thoughts and feelings we all experience but perhaps haven’t been able to articulate ourselves. There’s something incredibly fulfilling about knowing we’ve given people the...

Keeping Expectation Alive

            The shepherds were exhausted. Their bodies ached. The steep and rocky paths had bruised their feet. This day had been long. Just like every other day. They’d spent hours chasing one little lamb...

Crazy Creek Christmas, a holiday novella

I am often asked about my writing schedule, told I need to be dedicated to my work like any other nine to five job, and scolded when I share the truth. I don’t have a schedule. I carve out time from my life to write. I have kids, grandkids, a husband, and...
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