MaryLu Tyndall is an excellent author. I love her Christian Pirate Romance books. Yeah, really. Too cool and so full of God’s grace, mercy and power. Try at least 2. She Walks in Power or The Reckoning. Hopefully, MaryLu will have an ebook on the Liberty Bride.
For the past year, I’ve had the joy of editing a book for our Pastor, Mark Forrest from Lakeside Baptist Chuch in Granbury. Dickey and I have learned so much from Mark and pestered him to extend his ministry in book form for several years. Today, Mark’s first book, Soul Beginnings, came out on Amazon [read more…]
Chicken Soup for a Sick Scene and Sequel – A Tool to Engage Your Audience I love family stories. Remember sitting around the table, telling stories, often the same stories year after year. It doesn’t matter what you’re writing–it can be a historical thriller or a book for your family. Chicken Soup story is a good way to [read more…]
Please, please don’t let your kids or grandkids eat candy corn. Don’t even buy it. And never consider putting it in a drink. It can kill your child. One of my favorite VBS kids ( 5 or 6 year-old) swallowed one with the tiny point down. Parents knew procedures to save their child from choking [read more…]
Act out or tell stories of our hard fought American Revolution. Like Ggeorge Washington and the 4 bullets. With men and officers being shot down all around him, George Washington rode forward to take charge of the collapsing lines at the Battle of the Monongahela on July 9, 1755. While riding along the ranks looking to [read more…]
Day 1: Celebrate the Constitution: at super time talk about the Liberty Bell and then go out and ring a bell in your yard. If your neighbors ask, tell them. Day 2: serve lemonade without sugar🤢 and talk about the Boston Tea Party. Then add sugar and be grateful that we live [read more…]
Tell ItX2 card I understand if you are reading this, you want colleges to beg you to come to their school. These steps can help you stand out from the competition. Imagine a group of professors, staff members or student assistants sitting in a dimly lit room with stacks of entrance essays looming above them. They [read more…]