Tag Archives: Member News

April 2019 Member News

Member News Kendy Pearson, of Dundee, is offering a series on “Introduction to Publication Writing” from April 22 through May 13 (four Monday evenings) at the Wilsonville Public Library. Session each Monday evening is from 6 p.m.–7:30 p.m. On Saturday, May 4, she will be offering a workshop on “Publication Writing—the Sequel” at the Dallas Public Library. That session is …

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December 2018 News and Achievements

  Laura Bradford, of Walla Walla, Washington, reports that two of her stories are in the winter quarter of LIVE. “Diamonds from Heaven” will be in the January 6 issue, and “More Than a Coincidence” appears in the February 24 issue. Xochi Dixon, now settled in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin (after a move from California), is once again sharing a …

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November 2018 Member News

Member News Nancy Drummond, of Sublimity, just published a faith-based children’s book, Happy Zach, through Pine Hill Graphics. Geneva Iijima, of Oregon City, reports that her picture book, Jesus Loves Us All, has now been published in English, Spanish, Japanese, and five Quechua languages. The Quechua versions are brand new. It will most likely be the first children’s book in …

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July 2018 Member News

Lynn Hare, of Portland, is the author of the July 15th devotional in The Secret Place. Gayla K. Hiss, of Auburn, Washington, will release her third book, Wildfire, on August 1st. Her publisher is Mountain Brook Ink, and her books are available on Amazon at: https://goo.gl/WrzGcD. Her website is: https://www.gaylakhiss.com. Susan Maas, of Gresham, wrote the July 14th devotional in The Upper Room. Jennifer Anne …

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June 2018 Member News

Quick Note: Many of these accomplishments are a direct result of contacts made at an OCW summer conference. Susan Bates, of Beaverton, had her devotional, “A Mother’s Legacy,” published in The Upper Room on May 13. Taylor Bennett, of Roseburg, who is 17 years old, released her first novel, Porch Swing Girl, published by Mountain Brook Ink. Barbara Blakey, of …

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