Falling Out with Christmas – a guest post


Today I welcome one of my fellow Association of Christian Writers friends to the blog, Keren Dibbens-Wyatt. Here Keren is sharing her thoughts on her changing 'relationship' with the Christmas season. Leaving us with lots to think about... Falling out with Christmas Christmas and I don’t really get along any more. We had a bit …

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December Blessings – A guest poem


Today's guest post is from my sister-in-law, another Ann-Marie, (though she spells it wrong 😀 😀 😀 ) The poem is short, but beautiful. And here it is... December Blessings At last I escape from head wreck and heart ache The bright blue skies balm to my soul Gusty breezes toss up the crows like …

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#debuke2 My second collection is out!


A quick  commercial break from the December guest posts to share my joyous news. After 5 years I have finally got my second collection of short stories out on Kindle. It's called. A Sense of the Sea and other stories. The stories are the same mix of funny (hopefully) and heart warming. There are some …

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Some Christmas & Winter writing…


I can hardly believe it is already December 10th! Where have the last couple of weeks gone. NaNoWriMo has come and gone and I'm pretty happy with my mass of 50,000+ garbled words. As I mentioned before, I'll be returning to the Isaiah series in the Spring and am welcoming some guest writers to the …

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Isaiah delayed… NaNoWriMo in full swing


I'm afraid I ran out of time, so my series on Isaiah is on hold for now. I'll be back to it in January. At the moment I'm up to my armpits in National Novel Writing Month 2018. The challenge to write 50,000 words in 30 days. If you're looking at this on a laptop …

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Isaiah 36 and 37 – The Power of Prayer


We move from prophecy to history in the next few chapters. Take a look at 2 Kings 18 and 2 Chronicles 29 and you'll see what a good King Hezekiah was. He reversed a lot of the pagan practises that Ahaz had brought in. "Hezekiah trusted in the Lord, the God of Israel. There was no one …

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Waiting for the abundance of Isaiah 35


Greetings all. Welcome to the new followers - and thank you 🙂 I'm continuing a short series in Isaiah; sharing some of the encouragement and challenge of reading the book over the summer. If you like, you can read Isaiah and Me or The Isaiah Disclaimer as these were my introductory posts. It was a  …

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