May 162018
 
I received this email today an just can’t stop smiling.
Peggy, I have to tell you about my 13-year-old dyslexic student.  He has progressed enough that he can read Spy Cam One.  The other day when he was reading it he said, “I hope I enjoy the next book you pick for me to read as much as I do this one.”  Then yesterday, he said, “I might like to have my own copy of this book!”  I know he would love to have an autographed copy.  Is there one available, and if so, where can I buy it?
I hope you are doing well.  I think of you often.
Big hugs,
Ruth Ann
May 042018
 
All Writers Pray

Believe me–all writers pray. “Oh, God! Help! 😳Where did that file go?” Or “Please, God. What happened? All lost?😫 Sometimes we pray. “Please make that editor buy my book! ” And sometimes we ask God to damm our computers.  We send prayers for people searching for books on Amazon. Today was a perfect example. I [read more…]

May 022018
 
Award with Benefits

My Constitution Team (amazing teachers and Teen Helpers won this award for me and our DAR chapter. I’m so proud because now more people will hear of this great program and maybe more towns will want to have their own camp.  The added benefit is I had the privilege to meet great kids, and every [read more…]

Jan 052018
 
Rich and Satisfying Life

Notice the last part–the part about rich. John 10:10 “The thief’s purpose is to steal and kill and destroy. My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life.” Rich and Satisfying! Wow! God’s purpose is to give US a rich and satisfying life. How can that be? We are self centered and ignore [read more…]

Jan 022018
 
Fyffe Recommended

 Caroline Fyffe writes excellent plots with well-developed characters. When Luke McCutcheon lands in jail as the prime suspect of a horrific murder, and Francis, his loyal ranch hand strives to save him, Francis has to cope with local school teacher Ashley Adair’s strong will. I really enjoyed the romance between these two. For those who [read more…]

Nov 042017
 
Great Time at Acton Elementary

There’s not many times that I’ve been more proud. Imagine being me–the youngest of eight, daughter of a share-cropper, dyslexic me–telling kids about how to be an author/editor. Then 5 kids run up after the talk with huge smiles saying, “I’m dyslexic!” An echo of “me too” bouncing around between them.   Talking to the [read more…]

Oct 252017
 
Standing in High Cotton

Standing in “high cotton,” under the big Texas sky –a beautiful soul– this sweet lady is just one of so many who grew my faith. If you see anything good in me it’s because people like Mona and Nelson modeled Jesus to me and hundreds more teenagers. We grew up in high cotton. “Standing in [read more…]