Member News

September Member News

September Member News   Carolyn Bolz had the picture she took of a prickly pear cactus on the one day a year it blooms posted on Birds and Blooms website. Lydia Harris has had several things published recently: two stories in LIVE, a story in Can,Sir! a collection of stories about cancer from Grace Publishing (Terri Kalfas), and two short articles in …

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March/April 2022 Member News

March/April Member News Julie Bonn Blank was recently notified that her book Innocent Lives won a Bookfest award. Gail Denham has had poems published in numerous publications over the last several months, including Poetic Voices (Pennsylvania), Swallow’s Nest (OCW), Sandcutters (Arizona), Well Versed, Lone Star, Emergence (Wyoming), and Quill & Parchment. And she has placed in several state competitions, including …

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February 2022 Member News

February Member News Julie Bonn Blank has released two new e-books about side characters in Innocent Lives, Guardians of Grace Book 1. “Rose” is a novella that is only $2.99, and “Penny” is available for free. Go to https://www.subscribepage.com/penny. Marty Magee has a devotional in the spring issue of The Secret Place. Jennifer Anne F. Messing is the “Featured Poet” in …

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January 2022 Member News

January Member News Charles Earl Harrel has a story titled, “Heavenly Messenger,” coming out in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Believe in Angels. The release date is January 25, 2022. It’s an amazing story about an angelic encounter that occurred on Hwy 26—about halfway between Sandy and Gresham, Oregon. Both he and his wife, Laura, witnessed it. Linda L. Kruschke …

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December 2021 Member News

December Member News Charles Earl Harrel has a story titled, “Heavenly Messenger,” coming out in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Believe in Angels. The release date is January 25, 2022. It’s an amazing story about an angelic encounter that occurred on Hwy 26—about halfway between Sandy and Gresham, Oregon. Both he and his wife, Laura, witnessed it. Linda L. Kruschke …

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