My Healing Book is Now Digital

Just a note to let my readers know that “Healing Is For You!” is now an e-book. The book (now in its third edition) has been used for years in churches, in Bible and Christian schools, and in personal and group studies. It’s a handbook for anyone who wants help in receiving healing from theContinue reading “My Healing Book is Now Digital”

Well, If You’re Shopping Online Anyway . . .

Doing Your Christmas Shopping Online This Year? Well, I have a great idea for all those friends and family who love to read. Give them one of my digital books – or better yet – give them one of all of my digital books. They don’t even have to own a Kindle device. Amazon offersContinue reading “Well, If You’re Shopping Online Anyway . . .”

‘Cameron’s Rib’ – Sneak a Peek …

Anyone trying to describe Suzanne Peterson would not have called her pretty. She stood five feet, six inches in her stockinged feet, and all of those inches were undeniably feminine. Her sculptured cheekbones and her coal black hair, which she wore in layered curls to just below her shoulders, she had inherited from her CherokeeContinue reading “‘Cameron’s Rib’ – Sneak a Peek …”

Sneak a Peek at “Quenton’s Honor”

Just thought I’d tease some of you a little with an excerpt from the first chapter of my novel Quenton’s Honor.  Go ahead. Take a chance. Read it. Maybe you’ll decide that one chapter just isn’t enough. If so, you’ll find it for sale on Amazon’s Kindle Store, for only $3.99. And if you don’tContinue reading “Sneak a Peek at “Quenton’s Honor””

Waking Up in the 21st Century

I don’t like to think of myself as old-fashioned or boring. I enjoy the fact that 21st-century technology has made our lives a lot easier and made communication a lot richer. On the other hand, I do begrudge the quiet time, face-to-face interaction, and just plain good manners in the company of others that wereContinue reading “Waking Up in the 21st Century”

‘Read’ Me A Story

“Will you read me a story?” Just how many times I asked that question of parents and grandparents during my growing-up years I’ll never know. But ask it I did, because I loved stories. In fact, I loved the whole idea of someone being able to pick up a book of pages filled with letters,Continue reading “‘Read’ Me A Story”

“Read” Me A Story

“Will you read me a story?” Just how many times I asked that question of parents and grandparents during my growing-up years I’ll never know. But ask it I did, because I loved stories. In fact, I loved the whole idea of someone being able to pick up a book of pages filled with letters,Continue reading ““Read” Me A Story”