Monthly Archives: July 2006

Yesterday’s Gift

My husband and I lived in the little mountain community of Idyllwild, California until three years ago. It’s still a favorite place to visit, so when our dear friends, Fr. Tom and Susan Johnson (of last week’s “Heavenly Avocado Soup” … Continue reading

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Grace Under Fire

This morning I’ve been thinking about God’s grace. As I was thumbing through Streams in the Desert looking for today’s date, I happened across an entry for a few days from now, in which L.B. Cowman quotes the words from … Continue reading

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Light in the Darkness

When I’m writing a novel, I first develop my characters. I get to know them intimately, from personality type to physical appearance, before I begin writing their story. Next I lay out a fairly detailed outline of the plot. I … Continue reading

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A New Journey Begins

When I decided to add a blog to my web site, I didn’t plan to begin with my thoughts about a new journey into uncharted territory. As an author, I thought I would be writing about well, writing. I planned … Continue reading

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