Greetings from Sarah Sundin in blessedly rainy California! Today I have the joy of chatting with renowned Bible study teacher and multi-published author Kathy Howard.
Kathy, please tell us about your book, 30 Days of Hope When Caring for Aging Parents.
No one prepared us for this? Yet, here we are, struggling to navigate the parent/child role reversal. 30 Days of Hope When Caring for Aging Parents combines Scripture, biblical insight, personal experience, reflection questions, and prayer prompts to provide spiritual and practical encouragement to those caring for aging or ill parents.
What inspired you to write this book?
This book flowed right from my own life experiences. My father-in-law lived with my husband and me for five years before he passed away. We juggled a host of serious health issues that required an ongoing combination of surgeries, hospital care, inpatient rehab, and at-home physical and occupational therapy. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! I’ve just returned from an amazing weekend at West Coast Christian Writers Conference in Livermore, CA, and I’m feeling inspired! Today I have the joy of interviewing multi-published author Marsha Hubler, who has made a wonderful career combining her love of children and horses with her talent for writing.
Marsha, tell us about your latest book, Straight from the Horse’s Mouth: A 60-Day Devotional for Kids.
With two Bible verses and a challenge included, the young reader will learn about 60 different breeds of horses and at the same time learn how a Christian young person can live to please God as he/she reads a devotional every day for 60 days.
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Happy New Year from Sarah Sundin in California! Today we usher in 2019 by chatting with relationship and personality expert Linda Goldfarb. As a novelist who loves using exploring personality types to craft my characters, I’m fascinated by what Linda has to share with us today! I’m sure you’ll enjoy it too.
Linda, tell us about your latest book.
LINKED for Educators helps busy teachers understand how to accept and celebrate different personalities in the classroom instead of being overwhelmed by them.
This super succinct guide equips educators with practical and readily applicable communication and interaction strategies to recognize, respond, and capitalize on the strength of each student. Personality assessment included in each guide. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today I have the joy of interviewing Nancy Mehl, a multi-published novelist. Her latest romantic suspense novel was just released December 4, the first book in her Kaely Quinn Profiler series.
Nancy, please tell us about your latest book, Mind Games.
FBI Behavioral Analyst Kaely Quinn’s methods may be unorthodox, but her talent is undeniable. She’s established a new life after being demoted and transferred to St. Louis when a reporter revealed she’s the daughter of an infamous serial killer. But when that same reporter claims to have received an anonymous poem predicting a string of murders, ending with Kaely’s, it seems her old life has followed her.
Her new partner, Special Agent Noah Hunter, is forced to move past his skepticism of her approach so they can work together to unravel the deadly riddle.
With a brazen serial killer on the loose, Noah and Kaely must race to catch the murderer. Read More →
Hello from Colorado’s Front Range. Davalynn Spencer, here, hanging on to my hat in these blustery, wintry days and welcoming author Debbie W. Wilson for an insider’s look at life in authorland.
Debbie, I’m intrigued by your title, Little Women, Big God: It’s not the size of your problems but the size of your God. Can you tell me who I’ll meet between the covers of this book?
You’ll meet the surprising women in Jesus’ family tree as they journey through impossible circumstances and see it doesn’t matter how big of a mess we’ve made in our lives or how much we’ve lost. Little faith in a big God changes destinies.
That sounds hopeful and reminds me of lyrics in a song by MercyMe: “A little faith is all I have, right now.”
While researching these women and their unique backgrounds, did you discover anything surprising?
Reading the biblical account from the point of view of these women opened my eyes to how hard life was for them. Bathsheba surprised me most. I was thrilled to see how God exonerated and honored her. Read More →