Category: Non-fiction

Lines of Hope for the Financially Frustrated Featuring the Book “More than Just Making It” by Erin Odom

I think my husband and I would agree that becoming self-employed has been the best/hardest thing that we have ever done.  We had no idea getting into our own business would involve so many struggles.  Yet this very process has caused us to lean on God and each other in ways that we never would […]

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The Written Lines of Nebraska Author, Deidra Riggs

When you sit around someone’s living room, you start to get a glimpse of that person is.  For me, I knew that Deidra Riggs was someone that I wanted to get to know.  Not because we have so much in common, because at least on the surface, we don’t.  She is an empty nester – I still will have […]

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The Written Lines of Nebraska Writer, Michelle DeRusha

I have admired Michelle DeRusha from afar for a long time.  Once I met her in person this spring, my admiration only grew.  She lives life intentionally. (Note: the picture is a courtesy photo and used with permission. 🙂 ) Recently I completed her first published memoir, Spiritual Misfit: A Memoir of Uneasy Faith in which she […]

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Summer Line-Up (And Through TODAY a Free E-Book “Surviving Summer Vacation” by Kathi Lipp)

Our school year is winding down.  Since the temperature is going up, this is maybe a good thing.  Motivation levels are definitely going down.  This might also be because our lives are still in limbo as our house is still on the market.  We have had too much going on around here for awhile. I […]

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Loquacious Line

I still remember one distinct conversation with my sister in the kitchen when we were younger.  I think I was a young teenager but still was old enough to know better.  I was trying to convince her of something to her and probably was not letting the topic go (I tend to do that sometimes).  […]

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