This all came out of a conversation I had with my husband the other night. I mentioned to him how one of my old favorites, Redeeming Love, which I read years ago and have recommended to many readers, has been pelted with criticism. The fire has come from both sides, Christian and non-Christian alike. When I first heard of this, I was indignant. “What fault could one possibly find in Francine Rivers’ classic which practically was the catalyst for an entirely different *and better* style of Christian fiction?”
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I don’t mean to freak out... but I’m freaking out! Bordertown Gypsy is #4 on Amazon’s Teen & Young Adult Christian Historical Fiction list! 😱😬😁 Thank you to everyone who’s supported me and purchased/read my book! I couldn’t have done this without y’all! ❤️❤️ I’m super excited to see where else God takes Bordertown Gypsy… Continue reading My 1st novel is #4 on an Amazon Top 100 List!
So, I've been in this writing game for over 10 years. At times, it's excited and fast-paced. Everything is progressing at such an enormous rate that you feel you're moving at warp speed, the accomplishment of your goal growing closer with every second. Other times... not so much. Drudgery. Drain. And even dread.This calendar year,… Continue reading Wanted: Literary Agent
So, now for another totally nerdy post (but also totally cool when I think about how God authored this story and then entrusted it to me to tell. He’s awesome!) Chiastic structure has to do with a piece of writing that basically begins with an idea (A), then progresses to a new idea or ideas… Continue reading Chiastic Structure of The River Series