Marji Laine: Faith~Driven Fiction

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Last Chance for Ruby!

A Ruby Christmas FULL COVERYou haven’t gotten your copy of A Ruby Christmas? Oh dear! Well, it’s not too late. Not yet.

But today is the final day you can get it for free!

You don’t want to wait any longer. Go over to Amazon now and grab it while you’re thinking about it! Here’s the LINK at Amazon!

If you don’t have a Kindle, you can download the Kindle app for free HERE!

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Top 5 Romantic Novels

I know, I’m a mystery and suspense author. With a little romance on the side, of course! So what am I doing with a  post like this one?

I’m EMBRACING THE PINK! Pink hearts, pink flowers, pink feelings! ‘Tis the Season for all things LOVE-ly! Continue reading


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Heroes in 4 Categories

I looked up the word archetype the other day. I thought the word just referred to broad types of characters in literature. Boy did I have a few surprises. Seriously, some of what I read bored the tar out of me. I didn’t care about the ways that some of the heroes were developed, and I didn’t need to delve too deeply into the life and times of the philosophers who created the categories. But I loved the psychology behind the project. Continue reading


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More Marketing Ideas for Authors

Yeah, I’m in an imagination zone right now and the ideas just keep coming. My experience with Write Integrity Press and The Christmas Tree Treasure Hunt along with Tracy Ruckman and all of the other authors just inspired the tar out of me. I shared four main types of marketing last week. Continue reading


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Review – Lost Island Smugglers

My dinky twinkie loved this story and had trouble putting it down. I know these are technically books for boys, but my girls enjoyed them as well. Here is Dinky’s review of Lost Island Smugglers by Max Elliot Anderson: Continue reading


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Last Leg of the Christmas Tree Treasure Hunt

Oh my gosh! A drawing – strike that – a HUGE drawing to celebrate The Christmas Tree Treasure hunt. See more about it at Jennifer Fromke’s blog. Continue reading