INVITATION: Harbingers, Cycle One, Book Three

by Molly Jo Realy @RealMojo68

INVITATION: The Harbingers, Cycle One

INVITATION: Harbingers, Cycle One

Book Three is no less exciting than Books One or Two. In fact, in my opinion, it’s better. It’s better because — Oh, wait.

Not sure you want to know the spoilers.

So we’re gonna do this again. Yup, I’m gonna type random notes so you don’t see anything you don’t want to unless you actively click and scroll.

That’s right. You have to decide. Do you want to know the next episode from Andi’s POV? [Sorry, Mom. That’s writer speak for Point of View.]

I’ll tell ya a non-spoiler. Andi … read the rest. . .

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Beckie Lindsey: When God is Silent

Welcome Beckie Lindsey to Frankly, My Dear. I’ve known this strong woman since she messaged me three years ago. “Can I pick your brain on writing? I’ll buy you a Starbucks.” I pretty much offered to let her move into my study if she supplies coffee regularly. Our friendship developed and is still maintained through a mutual bond of writing, God, cats, and yes, coffee. I’m pleased as punch to have been the first editor on her soon-to-be published Beauties for Ashes, and invited her to share her faith with us.

By Beckie Lindsey @LindseyBeckie

I have a confession … read the rest. . .

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How to be a Southern Belle in Ten Easy Steps

by Jacqueline Patterson @JacPatterson

Paige's Plantation - How to be a Southern Belle in Ten Easy Steps

Paige’s Plantation – How to be a Southern Belle in Ten Easy Steps

Have you always wanted to be a Southern Belle, but were raised in the foreign field beyond the Mason-Dixon line? Follow these fail-proof tips and you’ll soon convince anyone you were raised on Tara.

1. Use “y’all” like salt; sprinkle a little bit everywhere. We’ll be testing you according to your ability to use common Southern speech. Bless your heart.

2. Learn how to make good biscuit. Note that I DID NOT SAY BISCUITS. Biscuits –plural— are the nasty glob you find in … read the rest. . .

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