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It’s still fireplace season, even in Southern California. Which means: it’s the perfect time to take a seat and crack open a good book.
My current read is Christian Beliefs by Wayne Grudem. It’s a foray into systematic theology—the kind of foray that you can finish in a couple quick evenings. So, in looking forward to the next good read, here are three books I’ve been checking out lately, along with a few reasons why they’ve caught my eye. Give this a perusal, then let me know what else I should be browsing! Continue Reading…
Links For Your Perusing Pleasure
Here’s a quick compilation of the articles I’ve had published recently. They’re all online, which hopefully keeps things handy for you.
If you’re a blogger who’s looking for me to guest post or an editor who’s looking to hire me for your publication, I’d love it if you’d email me and say so. If you’re a reader looking for more, you can subscribe to my blog and consider immediately picking up your copy of my latest book, Craving Grace.
Long, too long ago, I posted the first part of this series. Then, being in a state of general pregnancy, I never followed up.
At the beginning of this year, though, a former colleague of mine emailed with some great questions about how to get started writing. It prompted the second half of this “So You Want To Write?” series, and made me think that maybe in time I’ll add even more. But for now, you can find what amounts to part 2 over at the WordServe Water Cooler, because I’m one of those fortunate WordServe authors, and because I decided it was OK to double-dip.
Check it out: How to Get Started Writing: Hamster Wheels and Hurdles
You can also sample some of my former colleague Christina’s and her sister Nicole’s work at ATaleOfTwins.com. Cheers to writers starting out!
Related: So You Want To Write? Part 1
For all those who have been asking, Craving Grace is about to be released in the Southeast Asia!
With a cover-refresh and in paperback to boot, Craving Grace is heading off to the islands. Courtesy of OMF Literature, you’ll now be able to find my latest project for sale in the Philippines. Upon last check, it hadn’t yet hit the OMF website, but be on the lookout and you should find it there soon!
Special thanks to all those who asked for this—you’re getting your wish!
Thanks to the great folks at Berean San Diego for hosting these lovely ladies and me!
(Left to right: Pam Farrel, Marcia Ramsland, Susan Meissner, Lisa, Arlene Pellicane)
Over the weekend I had the pleasure of participating in a book signing with some local Southern California authors. It was a fantastic hour, and all kinds of fun. These ladies are fabulous—check them out, and buy their books!
Pam Farrel, co-founder of Love-Wise and co-author of Men are Like Waffles, Women are Like Spaghetti and many others.
Marcia Ramsland, Organizing pro and author of Simplify Your Holiday Season
Susan Meissner, Fiction author of The Girl in the Glass and many others.
Arlene Pellicane, author of 31 Days to a Happy Husband
A story of Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish military chaplains in World War II.
Recently the folks over at Christianity Today asked me to interview Lyle W. Dorsett about his new book Serving God and Country. Hello, fabulous assignment. It was a pleasure on three levels:
One, reading the book.
Two, getting to talk to Dr. Dorsett about the book and more.
Three, getting to share a bit of our conversation with CT readers in print and online.
But since an author interview is (rightly) about what the author has to say, here’s what I as a reader thought of Serving God and Country. Continue Reading…
Introducing Celia Grace, born late April.
Because mama wants to feel somewhat professional again, for at least 20 minutes.
And because grace is the loveliest thing, and because graciousness, gracefulness, and gratitude all take shapes that point in its general direction—here are 50 little celebrations from my corner of the woods.
(1) You are still reading this, despite my cheesy riff of a title.
(2) The safe arrival of our baby girl, who (3) is a redhead, (4) has the best gummy smile ever, (5) sleeps like a dream, (6) screams like crazy beforehand—keeps things interesting, (7, 8, and 9) got her dad’s cute upper lip, and (10) is learning how to giggle.
(11) Baby nap times, which tie you to home much of most days, making sleep deprivation less painful.
(12) Mountain views from the postpartum floor at the hospital.
Before we get to some answers, first ask yourself this question.
It never ceases to amaze me, the number of people who’d like to someday publish a book. I hear it from friends, from acquaintances, from the guy in the airplane seat next to me, from people who sort of knew me in middle school, from eager folks lined up at events and signings.
Those who are somewhat serious about getting published often seem baffled or frustrated by the most urgent-seeming question there is: How do I break into the biz?
As one of those grateful persons who received helpful start-up advice from other writers, and with a couple real-life books under my own belt now, whenever I’m asked this question I always want to help in some way. What I’ve found over the years is that an important first answer to the Biz Question is yet another question: Continue Reading…
In observance and celebration of Ash Wednesday and another Lent season.
Note: Today’s blog is an excerpt from my 2011 memoir Craving Grace: A Story of Faith, Failure, and My Search for Sweetness. Used with permission.
Ash Wednesday, though a noted date on the traditional Church calendar, is not formally observed by many evangelical churches. In my West Michigan neck of the woods, for instance, most Christians think this day is for Catholic types only. Most of us grew up without knowing what Ash Wednesday is about. We’ve never practiced it, and we have no problem finding it odd and a little creepy.