I Can Only Imagine–A reaction

I remember the tears. I was driving home several years ago when a new song by a group known as Mercy Me aired on the radio. The disc jockey said it was getting good reviews and making waves. As I listened to the words, emotion overwhelmed me. The songwriter asked questions I’d only pondered before. […]

Win a free eBook

Today I’m the guest author on Author Cynthia Herron’s website: Heartfelt Homespun Fiction. You can win a free ebook of my latest release, Love Calls Her Home, by visiting the site and leaving a comment. The Contract That Almost Wasn’t via Patricia Lee Contest ends Tueseday, April 10, and winner will be posted on Cynthia’s […]

Conquering Death

The last three days had been horrible. The man with whom they’d spent three years traveling Judah had been arrested in the Garden of Gethsemane. He’d been dragged off by soldiers and brought before the Sanhedrin. Accused of blasphemy, he was sent on to Pilate. The Roman ruler didn’t know what to make of Jesus. […]

Hosanna!

  He stood at the top of the Mount of Olives, near Beth phage, looking down upon the city of Jerusalem. People were pouring in from all parts of Judah to celebrate the Jewish Feast of Passover. He and his company of men had come to do the same. Nothing about the tranquil scene suggested […]

A Final Farewell

              We lost a dear family member this week—our cat, Pepper. If you love pets, you’ll understand our pain. Pepper first joined our family when he tumbled out of my husband’s work coat on a cold, November evening ten years ago. At first I didn’t know what he was, […]

Meet Author Ronie Kendig

One of the best parts of being a writer is meeting other writers, people with whom I would have no other common ground than that we all like to play with words. One of those writers is Ronie Kendig, a self-described Army brat, who writes what I would call military thrillers. Kendig was the featured […]

Keep Authors Writing

At a recent meeting of my writing critique group, one of the authors mentioned how she uses reviews to choose what books she will read next. Her decision to read a work is influenced by what other readers have written. The numbers of stars and the enthusiasm of the reader all play a part in […]