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A Hurricane Tale

It’s been a week since Hurricane Matthew battered the Florida coast. Piles of broken branches and fallen trees still line the streets and mangled roofs can still be seen in many neighborhoods. As a Florida native, I’ve dealt with many hurricanes in my life. My memories of that first storm couldn’t be corroborated by parents […]

Friday Reads-Reversal Zone

Happy Friday friends! We are excited to be a part of the Reversal Zone blog tour. I don’t believe we have featured a science fiction novel  yet. This one is part of a series and we love series,,don’t we? Be sure to enter to win signed copies of the first three novels!   J. Grace […]

The Space X Explosion~My Thoughts

A little after 9:00 am Thursday, (9/1/16) I heard a loud boom. The sky was overcast and Tropical Storm Hermine was off the west coast, sending unpleasant weather across the state so I initially thought the sound was a loud clap of thunder. There was a second smaller boom, and I thought maybe it was […]

Is Fall on the Way?

Some of the trees on my commute are starting to show red leaves. I’m not sure if they are harbingers of fall, a symptom of the lack of rain or a by-product of the scorching sun this summer. I’d like to believe the first, because fall is my favorite season & maybe that would mean […]

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DiVoran Lites

Go West~The final chapter

Go West by DiVoran Lites Chapter Fifty Seven The Final Chapter Ellie After supper, Ellie changed into work shoes so she could help clean the kitchen. She then walked out the back door to breathe some cool air. The moon spread its light over the fence, the barn, and the mountains. She should have been […]

Go West~Chapter 56

  Go West  by DiVoran Lites Chapter Fifty Six   Bill and Shirley arrive After a visit with Alice and Phil and the children Aldon and Ellie went to the train station to meet Aldon’s brother, Bill, and his wife, Shirley.   Bill Bill’s heart leapt when the train pulled into the Clifton station. Seeing […]

Go West~Chapter 55

  Go West by DiVoran Lites Chapter Fifty One Ellie Lastus had an arm across Ellie’s throat so she couldn’t move and could hardly breathe. She heard someone speak from above. “Let go, Lastus Slater,” the voice said, “or we’ll shoot.” Lastus let go, dropping to the ground and whimpering. Aldon moved swiftly toward where […]

Meditation Musing~The Shepherd

The Shepherd by DiVoran Lites God Speaks of His Love and Care   Beloved, I am your shepherd. I know what you need. Look around you and see the green pastures, the lush green grass? That is your place to rest a while before you get back to work. And over there is a pool […]

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Breaking News & Events

Announcing our August Book of the Month

via GIPHY I am deep into writing Virginia, the sequel to Jessie. Historical fiction requires a ton of research but I am loving it. Last year, I was honored and thrilled when Jessie received the Patrick D. Smith Literary Award for Florida fiction and I am excited about continuing the story from the point of view of […]

2016 Summer Sale and Kindle Giveaway

  I am excited to have my novel Christmas Vows, the final novel in my Seasons of Faith series,  in this July celebration at the discounted price of 99 cents.   You earn entries to the Kindle giveaway by visiting the Amazon book page. While you are checking out Christmas Vows, you might want to […]

Join Me for the Lily of the Valley Blog Tour

Happy Cyber Monday! In honor of the biggest internet shopping day of the year, or at least one of them, Faith Blum decided to do a blog tour release of her newest novel, Lily of the Valley. There are two giveaway opportunities and lots of fun interviews and excerpts. About the Book Howdy, Teacher! You […]

A Christmas Banquet~Ino’s Love

  27  reading days until Christmas and have we got a treat for you! Marianne Sciucco has a wonderful short for us today, Ino’s Love.  It is a story of a mother’s uncondtional love and exemplifies I Corinthians chapter 13. Marianne, share with us why you chose to write a Christmas story. Christmas is a […]

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Featured Posts: Janet’s News

You Won’t Believe This

  You won’t believe what happened this week over sixty years ago. My Mom was in labor in La Paz, Bolivia and Gene, my hubby’s Mom was also in labor but in St. Louis Missouri. Both moms gave birth. Gene was born 12 hours before me. And how could a girl born in the Andes […]

Humbled Beyond Words

  I was honored to be one of the nominees for the Girl Scouts of Citrus 2016 Woman of Distinction Award. The gala event was impressive and the dinner delicious. The MC began announcing the winners and as I was munching on the cookie for dessert, I nearly choked when she called out my name […]

Special Announcement

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT   In just a few days, on Saturday, September 10, I’ll be one of the speakers at the “La Mujer y Su Significado” conference. Might you know any Spanish-speaking friend who needs inspiration, empowerment, and encouragement? Here is a BRIEF VIDEO in Spanish with details for you to consider sharing with them.

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