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  • Interview: Laura Jackson

    When author Laura Jackson set out to write with the young adult audience in mind, she had no idea her
  • Easter

    By Jocelyn Cullity That April in 1857, when she was seventeen, they talked about their first Easter together. It was
  • YA Perspective: First Impressions

    Chira Kelly thought she didn’t need anyone…until she met Ben. Because of one ugly rumor, Chira lives as an outcast
  • Kellen Rossiter: Devotion

    **Warning: Character Sketches Contain Spoilers** Kellen is truly a devoted man, to his wife and to his career. He appreciates
  • Be the Exception

    This past weekend I was speaking in Spokane, Washington at the Inland Northwest Christian Writers Conference. It was my first
  • Poems By Steven Petersheim

    Porch Swing To My Father   Amish farmer, Catholic vet, Protestant cat, sipping slow tasty tea and milk, all three
  • The Broken Plate

    I was thinking about an incident that happened when I was a young girl and how there was a story
  • Our Taos Hum

    By Daniel Robinson The first time we visited Taos was the summer that my daughter began to pull out her
  • Getting Over Your Fear Of The Gym And Working Out

    Intimidated by the gym because of all the strange equipment, machines, silent rules and huge mean-looking guys? You are not
  • Seasons

    Do you feel it? Do you feel the change in the season? I do. Winter is over and every year
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