My dear hubby sent this to me the other day and I thought it was so cute, I had to share. Neither of us has fact-checked this except to confirm the shortest book, the longest book, and the center verse.You can count up all the chapters if you like.
We are here again with another interview with Connilyn Cossette. It’s always such a privilege to have her with us. Today she’s here to talk about her Cities of Refuge series. I have to admit that I’m really excited about this interview. This series has become one of my favorites. Welcome back, Conni. Tell us… Read More Tuesday Talks-Interview with Connilyn Cossette
by Leona Pence Reggie Jamison pulled his pride and joy, a brand new 1959 Olds, into the parking lot. He strutted like a peacock into the bowling alley, he couldn’t help himself. Tonight, he was going to break old man Crocker’s record by rolling a perfect 300 game for six-weeks in a row. He spotted… Read More Friday Fiction – Strike Three
Today I wanted to talk a little about writing prompts. How many of us use them? Me? I go in spurts. There are times I use them daily, and other times I can go months without using them. I tend to only use them when I feel I’m in a rut. Often this is when… Read More To Prompt or Not To Prompt
The first US Independence Day celebration took place in Philadelphia on July 8th of 1776, not July 4th. It was Celebrated with the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia’s Independence Square. This reading was accompanied by the of the Liberty Bell and band music. People were summoned to it’s reading by… Read More Fun Facts Friday-4th of July Facts