A New Writing Position

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Have you noticed the new button on my sidebar? It looks just like the one pictured above, and I’m so excited to share with you that I have been accepted to become a new columnist for the “Almost and Author” blog. It’s a blog that is really more like a website and it offers so much to writers — those just starting out as well as those who’ve been writing for a while. There are posts for every genre, posts on the writing craft, posts on grammar, and so much more. I will be writing four posts a year for the Historical genre and four posts a year for the Romance genre. Since my WIP is a Historical Romance, I am qualified to write for both genres that my one genre encompasses. My first post will appear at the beginning of March in the Romance genre.

If you’re a writer or are interested in becoming a writer, and you haven’t explored the A3 website, I encourage you to do so.  And I hope if you have an interest in writing  in the Romance genre, you’ll check out my March post on the A3 website. The “Almost and Author” website is on the following lists:

Writer’s Digest Top 101 Best

Websites for Writers

The Write Life Top 100 Best

And, we were just added to the 50 Best Writing Blogs in 2018

 

Big News!

I’m sorry if you came looking for a Flash Fiction Friday post here today, but I just couldn’t wait to share my “Big News”. Flash Fiction Friday will return again next Friday.

The photo below is the cover reveal of a book that holds thirty-three personal stories of God’s provision for the writers’ lives, and I am one of the thirty-three writers who has a story inside!

The following was taken from CrossRiver’s website, explaining a bit more about them and this book:

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For us here at CrossRiver and for many of our authors, it has been a challenging year. Our mission is To glorify God by providing high-quality books and materials that ignite an individual’s relationship with God and inspires them to lead lives that honor Him.

Satan doesn’t want God to be glorified, so the enemy strikes where he can. Psalm 34:19 NLT tells us:

The righteous person faces many troubles,
but the Lord comes to the rescue each time.

God’s promises hold true. He is faithful. We can trust him.

However, we all need encouragement now and then. To that end, in November CrossRiver is releasing our newest anthology, Abba’s Promise: 33 Stories of God’s Pledge to Provide.

Why 33 stories? Because in biblical numerology 33 means promise, and that’s what this book is all about.

From our smallest to biggest need, God has promised to provide. And Hebrews 10:23 NLT tells us, “God can be trusted to keep His promise.” His promises anchor our hope. Additionally, our personal testimony is a powerful weapon against Satan. “They overcame him… by the word of their testimony” (Revelation 12:11 KJV).

From the provision of finances to His guiding presence to angelic protection, Abba’s Promise offers you 33 stories filled with hope and encouragement for today.

Debra Butterfield is an editor for CrossRiver and it was a pleasure working with her to get my story into this lovely anthology. You can read more about her at the CrossRiver website.

You can preorder this book of encouraging stories for just $9.99 (plus shipping and handling) at:

http://www.crossrivermedia.com/portfolio/abbas-promise/gallery/bookstore/

Anyone who knows me and would like me to sign your copy, I would be happy to do so.