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  • The Red Ladder Dash +

    By Jubilee Nobleman Roger didn’t have time to stop. He raced through the halls of the compound, only catching quick glances at the signs on the concrete walls that pointed to the way out. He needed to find the red Read More
  • Watch Your Subject Lines +

    Over a year ago, I attended the annual American Society of Journalists and Authors Conference. I moderated a panel on how to get on the New York Times bestseller list during the conference. Because I was at the event, I Read More
  • Quentin Macmillan: No Substitute +

    *Warning: Character Sketches Contain Spoilers* Quentin Macmillan:  No Substitute by Susan Diane Johnson Quentin Macmillan is stunned to learn his daughter’s new teacher is none other than Amy Welsh, the beautiful girl he’d deserted so many years ago. Convincing himself Read More
  • You Are Still My Hero +

    Father’s Day this year has now come and gone.  I spent the week before Father’s Day searching for something really special for my dad.  He is a wonderful father.  Through the years he played many roles in my life: provider, Read More
  • Interview: Julie Elias - Singer/Songwriter +

    “I’ve always believed you can hear words, but you can feel music,” says singer/songwriter Julie Elias. “What is a relationship with God without feeling His presence through your entire being? Sometimes songs can touch you in a way that words Read More
  • Shattered +

    By Jonathan Garner When her cell phone rang, Adie glanced at the clock on the mantle. The hands on the clock pointed to two minutes after five. She smiled. Ralph, her husband, had said he’d call when he got off Read More
  • Be Kind... +

    I was just visting with a client and as I watched a specific interaction between one manager and another, I became a bit concerned with the behaviors I witnessed. One of the people in this mix said about another peer, Read More
  • Interview: Buddy McElhannon +

    “In late September 2010, Buddy McElhannon and his wife, Mary-known to family and friends as Tootie-discovered she had breast cancer. Diagnosed as an aggressive form of stage two cancer, they nevertheless expected a long battle. It proved to be a Read More
  • How Can You Write About That? +

    A friend of mine, a dear lady, recently took me aside to tell me about a horrible tragedy—a murder—that had taken place in her family. “You write about murder,” she said, “I can tell you what happened.” She’s a very Read More
  • I Stand Astounded... +

    By John Landon Over your presumed thoughts and Acts in the name of sovereignty. Frightening to the presumed Natural way of things. Read More
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