Sarah Palin’s family affairs analyzed, election campaign gets tense, the economy gets shaky, and companies are closing down.
Sad news in the home front. But while submerged in our own issues, most are unaware, and totally oblivious to the horrors that are now touching our Christian brothers and sisters lives. I received this two days ago from my friend whose husband is the President of BCM (Bible Centered Ministries International). The details knocked me to my knees in… Continue
Added by Janet Perez Eckles on September 3, 2008 at 5:59pm —
, author of the memoir, A FULL HOUSE - BUT EMPTY, will be stopping off at Book Excerpts From Bestselling Authors!
A grade-school dropout learns that beyond his basic limitations hard work and dedication can breed success. A true story.… Continue
Added by Dorothy Thompson on September 3, 2008 at 12:32pm —
I'm finally back online after being away for quite some time. I just
completed a major family move from West Virginia to Louisiana and one
month after my move, we fought off Hurricane Gustav.
During the Hurricane, my first children's picture book interview was
debuted at www.TreiMagazine.com
Now that I'm home, I would like to invite everyone to take a look and
tell me what you think.
I hope to hear from you… Continue
Added by Donna on September 3, 2008 at 12:12pm —
Added by Paidra Delayno on September 3, 2008 at 10:30am —
I blogged about our trip to Natural Bridge on Thursday the 28th, plus the ghostly goings on to happened in our room that night at http://pamelakkinney.blogspot.com/2008/08/haunted-natural-bridge-virginia.html . I even have photos--four have orbs in them, either tiny or large.
Pamela K.… Continue
Added by Pamela K. Kinney/Sapphire Phelan on September 3, 2008 at 8:35am —
I am guest blogging on author Sherry Morris' blog at http://housewifeink.wordpress.com/ today. I did a fantasy poem, "Fairy Autumn Fete." Please check out the blog, leave a comment, and enjoy not only my poem, but check out the rest of Sherry's blog.
Maybe my poem will bring on the coolness of fall sooner and get rid of all the summer humid heat. :-D
Pamela K. Kinney…
Added by Pamela K. Kinney/Sapphire Phelan on September 3, 2008 at 8:32am —
New blog post at: http://mitziszereto.wordpress.com
Added by Mitzi Szereto on September 3, 2008 at 6:38am —
Sickle cell disease is a genetic disorder which predominantly affects African Americans in the United States. About 1 in every 12 African American carries the trait for this disorder. The most common form of sickle cell disease is Sickle Cell Anemia.
The hallmark for sickle cell disease is pain. Individuals with this disorder suffer with painful episodes called crises. Crises are unpredictable and may occur at anytime, lasting anywhere from hours and may be prolonged for days or… Continue
Added by Victoria Wells on September 2, 2008 at 7:00pm —
This week's Mr. Teacher column on education.com was supposed to be my wonderings on where all of my students are, seeing as how I only have 12 kids in my homeroom and 10 in my afternoon class. I think because of the long weekend, though, there wasn't enough time to proof it and get it online, so instead, there is a rerun of Save the Crossing Guard Save the World
from last October. Check it out and relive the… Continue
Added by John Pearson on September 2, 2008 at 6:29pm —
Douglas Carlton Abrams
, author of the historical fiction novel, THE LOST DIARY OF DON JUAN, will be stopping off at If Books Could Talk
and Harriet Klausner Reviews
on his… Continue
Added by Dorothy Thompson on September 2, 2008 at 10:12am —
Social networking is a great way to build your readership, fan base, and sell your products and services. You've probably already heard of some of the more popular networks like MySpace and FaceBook.
So, what are social networks? They're online spaces where virtual communities are created. You join (usually for free), create a "space" or profile page, invite your friends to join, and then link to each other. Most sites allow you to create text profiles, and upload photos, images, and… Continue
Added by Gregory A. Kompes on September 2, 2008 at 8:56am —
What if you and I made this commitment – are you game? Ready? Raise your right hand and repeat:
“I will not let myself rest. I will not let my eyes sleep nor close my eyelids in slumber until I find a place to build a house for the Lord, a sanctuary for the Mighty One of Israel” (Ps. 132:3-6).
What a pledge, huh? If you and I committed to build a place in our heart, our life, and our home a place where we can run to when life piles on us, when tasks pour down like sleet,… Continue
Added by Janet Perez Eckles on September 1, 2008 at 6:06pm —
I've just posted a book trailer for Pleasuring the Pirate
. I made it myself using PhotoStory and royalty free photos from Dreamstime.
Hope you enjoyed my Pirate video. Visit www.emilybryan.com
to read the first chapter of PLEASURING THE PIRATE. While you're there, sail around my Pirate's Cove. In preparation for International Talk like a Pirate Day, I've added several pages to my site--a… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on September 1, 2008 at 5:59pm —
Trees give us breath. They generate oxygen and clean our air. They cool our landscape and beautify our world. And yet almost 4 billion trees are cut down every year to be used for making paper goods. Fire and insects ravage millions more.
While we replant many of these trees, I think we can do better. Will you help?
For each ebook purchased from my page on the Cerridwen Press website during September 2008, I will contribute $1.00 to the Arbor Day Foundation.
Added by Teri Thackston on September 1, 2008 at 2:01pm —
Today is the first day of a new booktour for my novel, The River By Moonlight. And it's started off well. I've got another good review posted at:
If you have a minute, please stop by and add a comment. And if you've already read the book, your personal two cents would be a welcome addition.
Added by Camille Marchetta on September 1, 2008 at 10:48am —
Thanks to our good friend Carol over at My Bell Ringers
, my "Darth Vader Explains the Pythagorean Theorem
" YouTube video has been linked by a columnist at the London Times
Early yesterday afternoon, the video had 856 hits. . . This evening, it… Continue
Added by John Pearson on September 1, 2008 at 10:12am —
I’m thrilled to announce that Double Enchantment will start appearing in bookstores and select Walmarts, Kmarts & Targets as of today! If you’d like to order it on-line, I have several purchase links on my website: http://www.KathryneKennedy.com
Dorchester Publishing is doing a special feature on their blog to celebrate the release of Double Enchantment. They are providing a free short story that I wrote in the Relics of Merlin world. If you want a quick fix of enchantment, you… Continue
Added by Kathryne Kennedy on September 1, 2008 at 9:54am —