Sundin #D70 ©2008 Linda Johnson Photography web (2) Greetings from Sarah Sundin on a warm September day in California. I’ve entered a new phase in my life as my husband and I moved our oldest son into the dorms for his freshman year of college. New phases make you consider the future – what if the future involves caring for your parents? Did you know 25 percent of Americans are caring for an aging parent?Candy Arrington

Today I have the honor of interviewing Candy Arrington, a speaker and prolific writer of magazine articles. Her most recent book is When Your Aging Parent Needs Care: Practical Help for this Season of Life from Harvest House. What an important topic! Her book covers: understanding your aging parent’s perspective on illness, aging, and giving up control; helping your parent with limited mobility, memory, and resources; effectively organizing forms, prescriptions, care, housing, and finances; and finding personal balance by nurturing their own health, faith, and family. Doesn’t that sound fantastic? Read More →

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Aloha from Karen, the treasurer of CAN,

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As Christian authors we all have a heart to minister to people, but the reality is we also need to make money and market the messages we write. One way to help build passive income, market, and write is with online writing. There are various ways to get paid for online writing, we can usually link from our blog or website to articles we write online, and we can write content that reflects our message.

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Sherry Kyle Hi there! Sherry Kyle here, writing from California. There
are a lot of exciting things happening in my writing life, one of which is
joining this wonderful group of like-minded authors at CAN. I’m so glad to be a
part. Another wonderful event is the release of my new book, The Christian Girl’s Guide to Style, for
tween girls on September 30. I can’t tell you how much I’ve been looking
forward to its arrival. But something else besides writing and books has been
consuming my thoughts. Family. Husband. Children. Siblings. Parents. Let me backtrack just a little.

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Jeanette Hanscome

Jeanette Hanscome

Hello, from Jeanette! First, let me say how much I appreciate everyone who reads this blog. Your comments always encourage me.

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Hello from SaraSundin #D70 ©2008 Linda Johnson Photography web (2)h Sundin in northern California.Today I have the privilege of interviewing award-winning author Rhonda Rhonda Gibson Gibson, who writes Christian romances – contemporary mysteries and historicals. In 2009, A Connecticut Christmas, a novella collection she contributed to, received the American Christian Fiction Writers Book of the Year Award, and in 2007, her novel To Trust an Outlaw won the Heartsong Presents Favorite Historical Novel award.

Rhonda, how did you get into writing?

I started writing when I was young; it was my love of reading that led to writing. I know that’s the normal answer and it’s true for me, too.

How many books do you have published?

Eight fiction books, and I have contributed to two non-fiction books.

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