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ACFW New Releases for April

American Christian Fiction Writers April 2017 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Sandpiper Cove by Irene Hannon — When a police chief and an ex-con join forces … Continue reading

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Tax Day

Today is tax day. One of my friends is noting on her blog that disorganization takes a terrible toll on getting taxes paid properly. In fact, I think that our tax laws are convoluted and obscure. Next year will be … Continue reading

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Just a Thought – Borrowed from a Friend

“He has told you, O man, what is good; And what does the LORD require of you But to do justice, to love kindness, And to walk humbly with your God.” [Micah 6:8] Carreann’s Musings is a wonderful blog to … Continue reading

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Reading More

I’ve been reading a lot of things this week, mostly related to writing, publishing, and book marketing. It’s a big, new world out there. The publishing model is changing by the moment. But you don’t need to be left behind. … Continue reading

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Halfway There

Well, after struggling since November with hosting  and design issues, I finally have my web presence back at http://www.judithrobl.com. Admittedly this is only a place holder. But it is certainly better than the last one. This is my new home … Continue reading

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Writing and Books

Friday’s topic will be writing and books. And I just found a new author to follow, Martin Roth.  His novel, Prophets and Loss, is free on kindle today, so hop on over and grab a copy. I did. What grabbed … Continue reading

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History Repeats

I just read Jonathan Cahn’s book Harbinger. Although a novel, the research is impeccable – and staggering. It was enlightening, sobering, frightening. If we read scripture, we know that God allows his apostate people to be punished by neighboring kingdoms. … Continue reading

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