Jael of Cairnsford Cairnsford was so small, and it lay so close to the borderlands, that any day its people expected to see the enemy army march into the dusty town square. Squire Duncan’s daughter Jael could not help being nervous as she drove her pigs to the village well. Not that the people lacked … Continue reading Most Fortunate of Men
Parker J. Cole has a radio show called The Write Stuff. It exists specifically to encourage and showcase writers of all kinds. Earlier this year she asked many authors to join a group to help her line up guests for her show. I had wanted to do this for some time, but when we lived … Continue reading The Write Stuff with Parker J. Cole: Interview Time!
Thoughts on Madeline L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time (from one who has not seen the movie) after just re-reading the book. I personally believe that Disney did us a favor by removing all mention of God from the movie version. The name Jesus is only mentioned one time in the book, and in that instance … Continue reading Thoughts on Madeline L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time — post by Michael J. Findley
"I've never won anything!" You know you've said it yourself. So have I. But yesterday I won something. My newly-published novella, His Sign: The Wait Is Over, won an award from Radiqx Press's Reality Calling: Christian Fiction. Peter Younghusband and David Bergsland both read and review Christian fiction, especially in the Speculative genre, for redemptive qualities. … Continue reading I Never Win Anything — by Mary C. Findley
We are sharing in a blog hop for fellow Christian Indie authors in honor of Valentine's Day. Coming Valentines Day Feb 13-15. Click the images at the top or bottom of this post to visit the main hop page. My book is Carrie's Hired Hand, a Civil War novella with a mystery and a romance., priced … Continue reading Love Is … 2015 Blog Hop for Christian Indie authors
Talia dragged Keith away from the windows of a travel agency with posters of Greece and Turkey destinations. They were spending the day in the “big city” shopping and finishing up preparations for the trip. “We’re going there,” she laughed. “You don’t have to look at pictures.” “The history of these lands is like a … Continue reading Chapter Twenty-three – What Do You Want from Me?
Our very first computer was a Coleco Adam. Production began in 1983 with two tape drives. We were the only people in our user's group (does anyone remember those?) with a floppy drive. It also had the power supply in a daisy wheel printer which sounded much like a machine gun. After the Adam, we … Continue reading Why We Chose Ubuntu — Post by Michael J. Findley
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These are not my Best of 2014 cover choices. They are just the covers for my 2015 Writing Goals Recently several author groups shared around a post called "Worst Christian Book Covers of 2014". I'm not going to link to it, because, frankly, I don't want to give it one single more view. Many sites … Continue reading Best Christian Book Covers of 2014
Hi! I'll just say this out loud. I agreed to participate in this author Thanksgiving blog hop, and then forgot all about it. But, it just so happens, that I have things I am thankful for, or, rather, people, so I am very glad I did remember, and I do have this opportunity to share … Continue reading Who Am I Thankful For? You, You, and You! — Post by Mary C. Findley