Tuesday, October 31, 2017

October 31, 1517: Martin Luther and the Day that Changed the World

In this commemorative year, the Reformation is the subject of movies such as the American Public Television seriesThe Reformation: This Changed Everything, museum exhibits at The Morgan Library and Museum, and the Minneapolis Museum of Art and many other festivals and programs across the country. This book by Martin Marty is a wonderful companion resource for the year.

Martin Marty answers the question: Why is the Reformation relevant today?

Rather than a historical narrative of Reformation events, he explains in this accessible book the issues that led to Luther’s posting of the 95 Theses, their implications for the Church and world . . . and most importantly, how this impacts us devotionally as Christians of any denomination. As one of the world’s preeminent Luther scholars, Martin Marty also explores the concept of repentance as a central theme of the Theses. In a foreword, James Martin, SJ, offers context and a shared vision.

This year began with the joint ecumenical commemoration in Lund, Sweden, on October 31, 2016, attended by Pope Francis and members of the Lutheran World Federation and other Christian churches. Martin Marty explains how this event, and indeed all ecumenical dialogue that has happened over the past few hundred years and will happen in this coming year, represents a change of heart.

Includes the 95 Theses of Martin Luther

"Martin Marty is the most widely respected historian of Christianity in the United States today.  In this little book he with clarity, compassion, and a good dose of common sense shows how Luther's story is meaningful today." —Rev. John O'Malley, S.J., University Professor, Georgetown University

"Martin Marty's attention to October 31, 1517, the day that Martin Luther promulgated his 95 Theses, provides valuable insights for the past, the present, and the future--why Luther's articulation of"repentance" meant so much then, why his commitment to "justification" has now built a bridge for Catholics and Lutherans to work with each other, and why this great event of 500 years ago might herald a hopeful future for Christian believers and all others.  There is an awful lot packed readably into this one small book."
—Mark Noll, Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History, University of Notre Dame

"I would not dream of preparing my mind and heart for the celebration of Luther's role in the Reformation without finding out what Martin Marty has to say on the subject. And he says it here  in this wonderful little book. The gifted historian that he is, Marty gives us much solid information. But he also writes eloquently about how best to prepare our souls for the kind of commemoration that also includes some prayers of repentance." —Richard Mouw

Monday, October 30, 2017

Healing Ruby: A Novel: Healing Ruby Book 1

"Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen..."
Ruby Graves, a young girl in Depression-era Alabama, faces the hardships of poverty and loss with as much faith as she can muster. At only thirteen she’s already lost a younger brother, and now faces losing both her father and the boy who’s stealing her heart as well. Armed with her beloved Scriptures, she prays daily for their healing, only to have her tender faith shattered.
Through her pain, she’s able to connect with her long-lost Uncle Asa, whose mere presence at his brother’s funeral brings murmurs of a scandalous past involving her parents and a prominent local pastor. When Ruby discovers that one of Asa’s many secrets is an ability to heal, and that she may be next in line for the “gift,” she vows to find the faith that has eluded her so far--a faith that could mean never losing loved ones again.
But according to her father, faith and doubt can’t reside in the same heart, and doubt is Ruby’s constant companion. As she struggles to find the true meaning of faith, she’s opposed at every turn by the pastor who would see her family destroyed and a community that can’t see deeper than the color of one’s skin. Through her search for a faith that could move mountains and a true understanding of her gift, can Ruby trust in a God that may require the ultimate sacrifice?
Jennifer Westall 
is the author of the beloved Healing Ruby series, an enduring love story spanning the Great Depression and World War II. She's also the author of Love's Providence (2012), a contemporary Christian romance novel that navigates the minefield of dating and temptation. Over her short publishing career, she has moved quite a bit and looks forward to one day settling down with her husband and two boys. She homeschools by day and writes by night, thus explaining those pesky bags under her eyes. Readers can connect with her at jenniferhwestall.com or find her on Facebook.
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Twitter: @jwest1122

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Raised By Strangers

 This book will take you through the powerful, true story of the author's childhood and her will to survive. Read how the hand and heart of God gave her faith and strength to survive abuse, poverty, eating disorders, tragedy, marital demise, and an array of dysfunction. Learn how the power of hope, not your past, defines you and determines your future, how becoming vulnerable brings you strength to forgive and become the person you were created to be. Reignite your passion for life and move into a deeper level of faith as you find yourself cheering the author on and celebrating her victories. Brooke Lynn is a writer, nurse, and a health and wellness enthusiast. She transparently reveals her life experiences, struggles, triumphs, solutions, and strategies so that others may find their own courage and strength for healing.
My name is Brooke Lynn. I am a writer, nurse, and a health and wellness enthusiast. I transparently reveal my life experiences, struggles and triumphs with abuse, poverty, marital demise, parenting, and eating disorders helping others find the courage and strength for healing. I educate and create awareness about eating disorders sharing my 26 year battle and recovery. I have served as a children's praise and worship leader, worked with middle and high school students, and also served on church prayer teams with a heart for intercessory prayer. I passionately motivate you into a deeper level of faith while encouraging you to love and accept yourself. I reside in the Washington D.C. area, have been married for eighteen years and I am raising two teenage children. 

Friday, October 27, 2017

Honoria and the Family Obligation

 Honoria is the shy sister - who would have thought she could land in quite as big a scrape as the audacious Serena?
When the eligible Mr Allison is to come to Fenton Manor to woo Honoria, there is a problem. She doesn't remember what he looked like. Crippled by her timidity, she hardly looked at him when they'd met during her first London season. But he had spoken to her father, determined to ask her for her hand. Her siblings, Serena and Benedict find this highly amusing, but after Honoria overhears a conversation between her parents about their finances she realises she must marry Mr Allison, and this constraint leaves her martyred and unhappy and unable to share her feelings.
When Mr Allison arrives, there is another problem. One to do with her sister Serena.
Mr Allison, (annoyingly handsome and kind) fails to propose as expected and leaves abruptly - but invites the confused family to stay at Bassington Hall, his own country home. His kindness to all her family leaves Honoria with no legitimate excuse to escape marriage. Mr Scribster, his ugly, unpleasant, unfeeling friend, guesses more than she would like and offers Honoria a place to concentrate her dislike and frustration.
Meanwhile Benedict embarks on an adventure with his rogue of an uncle, Wilbert, to save his childhood friend and neighbour Genevieve Horton who has become the unhappy Lady Sumner. By learning some scandalous skills Benedict hopes to give some options to the most trapped figure in all of polite society - an unhappy wife.
When Benedict's life hangs in the balance all the major players are changed forever and the tangle of romance is finally resolved.
Alicia Cameron’s first novel, Clarissa and the Poor Relations, has been highly regarded, reaching the top ten in historical romance on Amazon.com (with 90 reviews), and #1 in Amazon.fr. It is newly available in a Spanish translation.
What people say about Alicia Cameron’s previous novel:
(Alicia Cameron) is '...a worthy successor to Georgette Heyer’
‘Full of wit and imagination’
‘…an authentic Regency voice’
‘Definitely felt like reading Jane Austen’
‘An episode of Friends set in the 1800s’
‘Wouldn’t we all like to be invited?’
‘Full of wit and romance like an old, old, movie directed by Preston Sturges.’
‘A witty, light-hearted cross between Georgette Heyer and Oscar Wilde!’
Have a FREE short story! http://bit.ly/2vl5qgZ
Alicia Cameron is a crime writer with another indulgence - I have always enjoyed the work of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer, loving the Regency period and the romance, but especially the wit of the authors.
My interest in crime probably started with the awful kleptomania of my family, stealing these books from each others shelves.
I'm not to be confused with the other Alicia Cameron, who writes very raunchy things indeed - I'm sure excellently.
My Regency romances have very little raunch and a great deal of silliness. Regencies: Clarissa and the Poor Relations, Honoria and the Family Obligation, Angelique and the Pursuit of Destiny (the FREE short for sign up http://bit.ly/2vl5qgZ), and SOON Delphine and the Dangerous Arrangement.
The Edwardian series: Francine (a short story about an empowering woman) and Francine 2: Miss Philpott becomes the Fascinating Mathilde (a novella) There is more to come...
Keep in touch:www.aliciacameron.co.uk

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Love Ain't No Soap Opera (Shadybrook Series Bk 1)

 It’s Mayberry meets Daytime Drama! A curvy Southern soap fan falls for a bad boy soap heartthrob in this Christian romance seasoned with humor and Southern charm.
If there is one lesson that Selah Morgan has learned from years of watching daytime television, it’s that life is more exciting if you are young, rich, and skinny. Ahh, soap opera . . . the land where women are strong, cherished, and cellulite-free, loved ones are never really dead, and irritating people can be recast. Praying for that kind of life, the thirty-something fears she’ll suffocate if she can’t escape her hick hometown, Shadybrook, Virginia, her plus-size body, her failing business, and her feuding family.
It’s almost too good to be true when she wins a trip to New York City and the opportunity to be the SoaperFan for her favorite show, The Winds of Change, as part of a publicity stunt. As she and troubled soap heartthrob, Cane Ashton, work together to save the struggling soap from cancellation, can she trust his growing affections or will her insecurities, his dark secrets, and her meddling momma cost her a dream job and a chance at love in the afternoon?
I write to empower and uplift women struggling with their body image and faith. My dream is that one person who reads my work will look in the mirror and, instead of repeating her daily “I’m so ugly, I’m so fat” mantra, says, “I am so loved.” God has shown me that, through writing, He can turn broken pieces and broken people—like a mosaic made of shattered glass and stone—into something beautiful. 
Twitter:  @CurledCrusader

Friday, October 20, 2017

The Watcher King

This is no ordinary kingdom. Therefore, it must have an extraordinary king!

If you love fantasy, mixed with a little horror, Malatthias Sonoseth will take you on an epic journey through the dark shifting forest with seductive, but undead creatures, and to the edge of the Cerulean Sea where worlds and time collide.
Malatthias, after the death of his father, suddenly finds himself the new Watcher King—a king who is not bound to his physical realm or time—a position he had not counted on for at least another 30 years. And something is eerily wrong. Ever since the violent invasion of the Nephilim, the forest seems to be dying, waters of the rivers are turning bitter, and the land is sinking.

Yahweh’s holy Warriors, who will arouse within Malatthias the Watcher powers he has inherited, have come to keep him in line, but will that backfire on them all? And just to complicate the matter the young Watcher King can’t decide between the love of a sultry shepherdess or the mysterious teenager raised by the Eldrids, the ancient Warrior Prophets.
Take this fantastical journey with the young Watcher King and unite the fragmented kingdoms of Pa’raGhon to search out, annihilate, and destroy the unwanted.
Deborah isn't famous for anything ... yet. Might be she's not looking for fame. It's kind of scary, you know? Too many public engagements. She writes a lot of weird, creepy stuff and tends to scare herself as well as innocent family members. A string of Christmas lights stays on right outside her bedroom door. It's better than a night light and easier to explain.

She was born in Hollandia, New Guinea (which apparently belongs to Indonesia now) in 1959. Her parents (a clothes designer and a pastor) traveled from New Guinea (by a US C-130 Hercules cargo plane, or some version thereof) to the Kingdom of the Netherlands where they stayed for a few cold years. Then they boarded the Ship of Maasdam and sailed round the Cape of Good Hope to Australia. After 12 years in Queensland she somehow found herself en route to Washington State in the USA. But she is now firmly, and sort of happily, planted in SoCal.
Deborah writes about writing and such on her blog Alten Ink: http://www.AltenInk.com. She loves to help newbie writers who are even more clueless than she is. Not really, we all have something to contribute, right? Trust me, we do.
She's more at home on her personal blog The Watchers: All Eyes Are On Him at http://gtargirls.blogspot.com because she gets to create poetry and creepy flash fiction. Mrs. Shackles visits quite often.
For the most part she spends her days blogging, editing, formatting, writing (mostly spec fiction: fantasy, sci/fi, horror) and publishing ... and she also swims a lot of laps because she eats way too much chocolate, bacon, and Jellie Bellies.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Through the Storm (The Solar Storms Saga Book 1)

 An immense storm on the sun has flung four coronal mass ejections at the Earth.
That’s the news Neal Evans hears while hundreds of miles from home at a conference in Nevada. Will it cause only beautiful auroras to dance across the night sky or plunge technology back a hundred years? As politicians and scientists debate, Neal drives north toward home.
On the family farm, Drake Evans is a happy high school freshman. Instead of staying home with his younger brother, Conner Evans has gone hunting. So, it’s party time for Drake!
As the world descends into darkness, Neal and Conner must confront panic, hunger, and fear on their long journeys home. Drake, alone on the farm, must become a man even before he unravels his teen years.
Kyle Pratt is a bestselling author of speculative fiction. His latest full-length novel, Braving the Storms, is the third book in the Strengthen What Remains series.
Through Many Fires, the first book in the post-apocalyptic series was released in paperback, Kindle and on Audible in August 2013. Within two weeks the novel appeared on the Kindle Science Fiction Post-Apocalyptic list, reaching #10, and reached #1 on the list on December 2, 2014. Through Many Fires has earned its way to the #1 spot on the Kindle Dystopian and Military list, and #39 on the Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense list.
Kyle grew up in the mountains of Colorado and earned an Associate in Arts degree from Mesa State College in Grand Junction. When money for college ran low he enlisted in the United States Navy as a Cryptologic Technician. "I thought I would do four years and then use my veteran's benefits to go back to college," he once said.
His first assignment was with a U.S. Navy unit at the Royal Air Force base in Edzell, Scotland. While on leave in Israel he met Lorraine from Plymouth, Devon, England and married her the next year. Together they spent the remainder of his twenty-year naval career traveling across the United States from Virginia to Hawaii and on to Guam, Japan and beyond.
Even before he retired from the service he wrote short stories. In July of 2012 his debut novel, Titan Encounter, a science fiction space adventure, came out on Kindle and later in paperback. His second book, Final Duty - The Speculative Fiction Novelette was released in January of 2013.
Today, Kyle and Lorraine live on a small farm in Western Washington State. 
Twitter:  @kyleonkindle

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Under His Wings

 Under His Wings is a bestselling devotional collection of real-life bird encounters enjoyed by the author. Joy had no idea when she moved from the city to the country that God was going to express His love for her and all of us in so many tender moments. You don’t have to be a birdwatcher to enjoy the stories or the life-changing truths in this delightful book.
Joy DeKok
I love words, and enjoy reading them as much as I do writing. My journey into both began when I was four and taught myself how to read. Somehow, I'd noticed the white space between the words she read and realized that's how to know where one word ended and another started. I listened to her say the words as I looked at each one. One day, I just "got" it. When she found me reading to my dolls and stuffed animals, she thought I'd memorized the stories, but handed me a new book and I could read most of it on my own.
That's when I started dreaming about putting my own words on the pages.
Later, I fell in love with libraries, paper, pencils, and pens. With my small weekly allowance (for cleaning my room or helping dust) I'd visit Ben Franklin or Woolworth's, and buy a new tablet, notebook, or pencil. I remember the day when I was allowed to buy a set of Bic ball point pens - oh my goodness! I had blue, black, red, and green to choose from and contained ink - a really big deal to me. It was like graduation day.
Twitter:  @JoyEDeKok

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Starlight Serenade

 The Englishman would look back one day and blame it all on Jazz…
Flagstaff, Arizona 1930. Full-time Astronomer, and part-time sharp dresser Julian Dyson didn’t discover Pluto but he does discover a nasty case of self-righteousness when a former Ziegfeld Girl’s folly threatens his good name.
Broadway understudy Clara Longworth and her peculiar younger brother are on their way to a new life in Hollywood when they are stranded along Route 66. Clara is asked to fill in as nightclub entertainment, but her good intentions set her up as accomplice in the blackmailing of a government man who makes the real thugs look classy.
Until Julian and Clara put their heads together for more than dancing the Black Bottom, their big-as-the-night-sky dreams are on target to fail. Maybe they need a telescope to see what’s right in front of their starry eyes.
Debra E. Marvin 
tries not to run too far from real life but the imagination born out of being an only child has a powerful draw. Besides, the voices in her head tend to agree with all the sensible things she says. She'd like to live a wee bit closer to her grandchildren, but is thankful that God is in control, that He chooses to bless us despite ourselves and that He has a sense of humor.
Other than writing light-hearted romances and gritty gothics, she has rather normal obsessions such as fabric, peanut butter, vacations, British dramas, and whatever mystery series she's currently stuck on. 
Twitter: @DebraEMarvin

Monday, October 9, 2017

The Hideaway

Now a USA Today and Amazon Charts Bestseller!
“A story both powerful and enchanting: a don’t-miss novel in the greatest southern traditions of storytelling.” —Patti Callahan Henry, New York Times bestselling author
When her grandmother’s will wrenches Sara back home, she learns more about Margaret Van Buren in the wake of her death than she ever knew in life.
After her last remaining family member dies, Sara Jenkins goes home to The Hideaway, her grandmother Mags’s ramshackle B&B in Sweet Bay, Alabama. She intends to quickly tie up loose ends then return to her busy life and thriving antique shop in New Orleans. Instead, she learns Mags has willed The Hideaway to her and charged her with renovating it—no small task considering her grandmother’s best friends, a motley crew of senior citizens, still live there.
Rather than hurrying back to New Orleans, Sara stays in Sweet Bay and begins the biggest house-rehabbing project of her career. Amid drywall dust, old memories, and a charming contractor, she discovers that slipping back into life at The Hideaway is easier than she expected.
Then she discovers a box Mags left in the attic with clues to a life Sara never imagined for her grandmother. With help from Mags’s friends, Sara begins to piece together the mysterious life of bravery, passion, and choices that changed her grandmother’s destiny in both marvelous and devastating ways.
When an opportunistic land developer threatens to seize The Hideaway, Sara is forced to make a choice—stay in Sweet Bay and fight for the house and the people she’s grown to love or leave again and return to her successful but solitary life in New Orleans.
“Two endearing heroines and their poignant storylines of love lost and found make this the perfect book for an afternoon on the back porch with a glass of sweet tea.” —Karen White, New York Times bestselling author.

About the Author

Born and raised in Mobile, Alabama, Lauren K. Denton now lives with her husband and two daughters in Homewood, just outside Birmingham. In addition to her fiction, she writes a monthly newspaper column about life, faith, and how funny (and hard) it is to be a parent. On any given day, she’d rather be at the beach with her family and a stack of books. The Hideaway is her first novel. Links
Website: laurenkdenton.com  

Friday, October 6, 2017

The Caregiving Season

 Caring for elderly parents is challenging. It’s a season of life that requires grace and strength that can only come from God. In The Caregiving Season, Jane Daly shares personal caregiving stories, offering practical advice to help you honor your aging parents well and deepen your personal relationship with Christ along the journey.
Jane Daly
Writing this was an emotional journey. I was finally able to grieve my father's passing, and I gleaned more appreciation for the impact his life had on me. It also helped me mend old wounds from on of my brothers. I hope you receive hope from my story. 
Twitter: @queenjanedaly

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Lamb of God: Inspirational Story And Journal For Children

 A lost lamb, a cross, and a conversation with Jesus are the components in this touching, poetic message of forgiveness, mercy, love, and the Savior's ultimate act of sacrifice. Lamb of God is geared towards ages seven through nine, or second through fourth grades, and includes bible verses to learn, as well as journal pages for young ones to write their thoughts and prayers. The sketches are black and white to purposely have children concentrate on the story itself and the important message contained within it. However, children can color the sketches if they so choose. There is also plenty of space on the story pages for doodling. A great way to introduce children to the art of journaling without it being overwhelming.
SAVING ALESSANDRA is the debut novel for Christian writer, Christine Maria Jahn. Her love of words began as a young girl during daily sessions of crossword puzzles with her father. Her passion for the written word grew to include poetry in high school, and further still with late eighteenth through early nineteenth century historical fiction during her time in college. With the encouragement of her grown daughters, Ms. Jahn set her own pen to paper.
Ms. Jahn currently resides in Virginia, where she is currently working on two sequels to SAVING ALESSANDRA. She is also the author of two early reader books for children titled, CHILD OF MINE and CHILD OF GOD. Her third children's book, LAMB OF GOD, is an inspirational story and beginning journal for ages seven through nine. Release date is slated for end of February/beginning of March 2017. Royalties from the sale of her children's books are used to send copies to missionaries around the world and to church nurseries within the United States. 
Twitter: @Christine9163

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Making Peace with Prickly People

"Anyone struggling with conflict in their relationships should read this book. Making Peace with Prickly People will help you untangle the web of bitterness and anger that holds your heart hostage."
-- Florence Littauer, International Speaker and Author of Personality Plus 
Reading this book will help you to:
Free yourself from debilitating anger 
Cope with childish behavior in others 
Deal with difficult family 
Improve toxic relationships using practical tips 
Show honor, love, and respect to those who don't deserve it 
Forgive for good 
Learn to love God and others 
Make peace with everyone, even yourself  
The Bible clearly lists a three-step process for making peace in relationships: Love God, love self, and love others. Yet most of us want to skip the first two steps and go right to the third. We keep trying the same thing over and over again, but nothing ever changes. 
Are you ready to try something new? The formula for conflict resolution is as easy as 1, 2, 3: think of it as a Spiritual Relationships for Dummies.  
1.     Make peace with God. Explore the Scriptural four-fold personality of Jesus, who loves us with all His heart, soul, mind, and strength. He suffered and died in order to make peace with us, the prickly people. Receive His peace, experience His love.
2.      Make peace with yourself. Identify your "Jesus-genius", your personality gifts, using a free personality assessment. End your toxic self-talk and be filled with God's words of truth, love, and light. 
  • 3.    Make peace with others. Coming from a place of peace and love, a changed perspective will reveal your prickly people in a different light. Forgive for good and transform your relationships. 
  • There are no shortcuts to making peace, but this has the stamp of approval from Jesus Himself. Following God's plan for making peace with prickly people is guaranteed to change relationships, even if your prickly person never changes.  
  • Included with this book are free online resources: Personality Key© assessment 
  • Prickly People Prayer Calendar 
  • Small group study guide
Deb Potts 
lives in SE Michigan, where the people are hardy. Her greatest joy is sharing the wisdom God has given her about forgiveness, healing, and destiny.
Deb and her husband Bruce lead the Campus Marriage Ministries at Kensington Church in Orion, Michigan. They've set a goal to hike one million steps across America, state by state. So far, they are more than 3/4 done.
Deb is a speaker, author, and mentor. She loves to share God's amazing story in coffee shops and in auditoriums; in speaking and in writing; with humor and with candor. 

Monday, October 2, 2017

Lost Without Him

 Lost Without Him is about a young woman named Torian who had a rough childhood being raised by an alcoholic, single mother. She goes to college where she is swept off her feet, by what she thinks is the love of her life. The relationship is going great but then heartache interrupts their love. The relationship she has with God is shaky, therefore she starts to numb the pain on her own. The pain she feels leads her down the wrong path. Torian is lost and confused about life. Torian begins to put her life back together, with the help of her friends. She discovers her purpose, which leads her to a relationship of true love.
Talisa Shannon 
was born in Nashvile, TN. She loves to write and share the love of God with others. Life experiences have shown her the God's love has always been there covering her. She is a loving mother and wife who writes about the experiences she over came through God.
She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Administration which helped her discover her passion for communicating in writing and speech to help others achieve a healthy lifestyle mentally. She saw the need not just for physical healing but mental healing by teaching persons to live a purposeful life through God.
Talisa started One Touch of Love, a blog, where she shares it only takes one touch of love from God to start the journey of a purposeful lifestyle. On the blog she shares how to get on the journey and stay on it. She started writing fiction novels in 2014 that exhibits characters overcoming tirials and discovering purpose for their life. Her debut novel is Lost Without Him.

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Hearts Tightly Knit (Volume 1)

 Orphaned at age ten, Ellie Stafford and her twin sister Mae made a vow—to stick together and never marry. Now in their mid-twenties, they are bucking convention in Calder Springs, Texas, as women with respectable occupations who can take care of themselves. Ellie works at the Good Fixin's Diner and spends her evenings knitting garments for The Children's Aid Society. When a handsome local rancher shows up searching for a cook, she's hardly tempted, despite his good looks. Luke Rogers owns a spread just outside of Calder Springs. It was running as smooth as cattle going through a chute until his cook up and marries and high-tails it back east. With no cook and a bunkhouse full of ranch hands ready to revolt, he persuades Ellie to temporarily fill in until he can hire someone else. He should have known better than to get tangled up with another woman.
Jodie Wolfe 
writes a home school unit study column featured in Home School Enrichment magazine. She writes devotions for Christian Devotions. Several of her homeschooling articles are featured on Crosswalk.com. She received 3rd place in the 2015 Novel Beginnings category at the St. David's Christian Writer's Conference as well as semi-finalist status in the 2013 ACFW Genesis Contest.
She has an active blog and website (www.jodiewolfe.com). You can find her ponderings at: Putting on the New, Stitches Thru Time, and Quid Pro Quills where she regularly blogs.
Twitter: @JodieAWolfe