For February 14, I lined up a few treats. My ladies’ Bible study meets on Tuesday mornings, and we had a sweet time.
We’ve been producing more YouTube videos at my house. This week’s post answers one of my biggest FAQs — “Why do you use two pennames?”
The downtown San Diego Public Library kicked off their annual Local Author Exhibit yesterday afternoon. My daughter Elza and I joined the throng of writers and hunted down my 2016 contribution to their collection. Continue reading
Me & Myself. From time to time, I mention my other books here. Christa publishes family-friendly fantasy under her maiden name—C. J. Milbrandt. The Byways Books have been getting some welcome attention. The series won an award last year, placing in the “Best Book Series – Chapter Books” category of the 2016 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards. And now we’re Continue reading
On Wednesday nights, I tell a story to our church’s Awana clubbers. They’re getting to know Milo & Zeke pretty well. (Although none of them know Milo’s secret … yet.) Each story ties in with our T&T verse for the week. Today’s story went with a review section, so it recaps some of the attributes of God.
Section 1.6 – Review
Blue Skies and Biscuits
Zeke’s family was so big, they left for church in shifts. Grandpa Pete and Grandma Nell always left earliest, partly because Grandma was in charge of the coffee pot. Next was the big van, which coulda fit everyone if they were all ready at the same time. But Zeke’s oldest brother Tad did just about everything slow, and Zeke’s younger brother Jude wasn’t much different. Continue reading
Highlighting one of my favorite Threshold Series pieces … by the same artist who does the watercolor illustrations on the book covers in the Pomeroy Family Legacy collection.
Part Twenty-Three: Firm Believer
Mr. Turnquist and Uncle Al disappeared, only to stagger home a short time later under stacks of pizza boxes. A rare treat, since the stuff didn’t meet Mrs. Turnquist’s high standards for nutritional content. Continue reading
Whew! I’m still catching up with “normal” things in the aftermath of NaNoWriMo. I claimed my official win on the last day of November (though I’m pretty sure I hit the 50,000 mark on the 19th). The month confirmed several things about my writing habits. Continue reading
On Wednesday nights, I tell a story to our church’s Awana clubbers. They’re getting to know Zeke pretty well. Here’s a recent installment, which ties in with our T&T verse.
Section 1.5 – God is Eternal
Zeke had a job to do for Momma, and that job was doing something he was pretty good at—breaking stuff. Continue reading