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Persons of Influence

Back when I was a teenager living in Iowa, I read Dale Carnegie’s book, How to Win Friends & Influence People. It was first published in 1937. Today, I know that I needed that book, since I was so shy and … Continue reading

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A Young Christmas Artist

Pablo Picasso once said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” When my granddaughter, Serraya, drew this Christmas picture, I considered it a childish piece of art…until I looked more … Continue reading

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Broken Glass~~Broken People

During  research for my latest novel, Empty Frames, I found a story about Jewish children in an orphanage on the “Night of Broken Glass,” November 9, 1938.  In Germany and throughout Europe, it looked and sounded more like a bad dream than … Continue reading

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The Psychology of Insomnia

Counting sheep? Listening to the clock tick? Drinking warm milk or hot tea? All are potential signs of insomnia. Me? It’s 5:23 a.m. I went to bed at 11:00 p.m. and slept for an hour. When I heard a buzzing … Continue reading

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Chipping Away At Christians

The following post is by Lenna Wyatt, guest writer, friend, resident of Phoenix, and a believer in Jesus…not just a Christmas, either. Please give her thoughts careful consideration. WE CHRISTIANS MUST QUIT SITTING BACK WATCHING OUR EXPRESSIONS OF FAITH BEING … Continue reading

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The Psychology of Writing–A Psalm

Everyone is a writer these days, it seems. Funny, I never wanted to call myself a writer. The word sounded too lofty, too intelligent, too exclusive.  For the longest time, I could rationalize: because I write, I must be a … Continue reading

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