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All Writers Need Regular Editing

2 Comments 14 March 2013

I’m blessed to be a part of an amazing fellowship of local authors. Rockwall Christian Writers Group has met monthly since October of 2001 at LakePointe Church in Rockwall, TX. You might recognize the names of some of our members: Mary DeMuth and Anne Mateer (formerly known as D’Ann). We three musketeers head up the […]

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Wise Words for the Weekend

2 Comments 29 September 2012

  The wise in heart are called discerning, and pleasant words promote instruction. Proverbs 16:21, NIV

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5 Ways to Work Smarter and Be More Productive

2 Comments 24 September 2012

Here it is Monday morning, the start of a new workweek. What’s going through your mind as you face the day? Are you excited about the prospects? Do you feel overwhelmed because the unfinished projects still on your plate from last week? Or are you someplace in-between? How can you get more out of each […]

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Buckle Up for Anne Mateer’s Newest Release–At Every Turn

7 Comments 17 September 2012

Anne Mateer has done it again with At Every Turn. I identify so much with her heroine, Alyce Benson, who acts on impulse, never considering the consequences of her response during a missionary’s presentation at her church.  But she’s also strong, committed, funny, caring, likeable and adventurous. When Alyce gets in over her head, she […]

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4 Qualities of a Great Radio Interviewer

1 Comment 15 August 2012

On Monday, I had the privilege of being a guest on WBCL radio’s Mid-Morning with Lynne Ford. What a treat! (If you’re so inclined, click on this link to listen to the interview.) Here are the things that get me excited about a radio interview: When the host has obviously read the book. An interviewee […]

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Want to “Get It All Done?”

1 Comment 31 July 2012

We really have only two options in life when it comes to getting anything done: Pay now, and play later.  OR Play now, and pay later.  If you choose to “Play now, and pay later” yiu’ll endure unnecessary stress, heartache and worry. If you choose to “Pay now, and play later,” you’ll get to relax […]

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5 Ways to Make Your Book Club More Successful–and More Fun!

1 Comment 05 July 2012

In spite of—or, perhaps, because of—the fact that e-readers (like Kindle, Nook and iPad) have exploded onto the market, books clubs across America are going strong. I’ve been an active part of two book clubs, my favorite being Virtues ‘n’ Vices, led by my friend, Shirley Granstaff. We met monthly to discuss novels or works […]

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Low-Cost and No-Cost Meeting Ideas for Moms’ Groups

1 Comment 03 July 2012

Many moms’ groups are in the process of trying to set up their programs for the coming school year (Sept-May). To help you in the process, read on for my . . .  Low-Cost and No-Cost Meeting Ideas Invite a church staff member to speak—Most churches have a wealth of knowledge at their fingertips among […]

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Low-Cost or No-Cost Ideas for Speakers

1 Comment 02 July 2012

Many moms’ groups are in the process of trying to line up speakers for the coming school year (Sept-May). While many charge (I do), some don’t. So, take note of my Low-Cost and No-Cost Ideas for Speakers. Invite a church staff member to speak—Most churches have a wealth of knowledge at their fingertips among their […]

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Need a speaker for your group? I’m booking now!

1 Comment 19 June 2012

Every summer, I spend the lion’s share of my writing/speaking time contacting churches, mom’s groups and civic groups to set up speaking engagements for the following school year. Because I still have school-age kids, I like to be available to spend time with them during the summer. Concentrating my speaking from September to May allows […]

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I belong. To God, to Bret (my husband of 23 years), and to my precious children—Charlie, Molly & Reese.

I’m blessed. To speak, write, edit and market for a living.

I’m called. To thrive in life—to find contentment where I am and with what I have.

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