Marji Laine: Faith~Driven Fiction

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Bonus Feature: CHRISTMAS APPLES

We’ve been sharing insight into the stories that make up Warm Mulled Kisses. If you didn’t get the chance to read the Christmas letter by Lena Nelson Dooley’s heroine, Scarlett, you can find it here!
Mark it on your calendar! November 12 is party time – WARM MULLED KISSES style! You’ll hear more and more about our “Mistletoe Madness” as the day nears, but today’s author is offering up her house as our party place. Not sure there will be much left when we’re through! Glad J.A. Marx is the generous type!

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The Baby is Out

KatiebabyWoohoo! It’s done. I’m not sure how I should feel about it, a little sick and nervous, but so very relieved.

Wow. Reading through this, I really do sound like a new mother. I remember my first labor. My sweet boy screamed at the nurses. My hubby held my hand. All at the same time I felt such joy, yet loss because “the kid” who had been my constant companion for nine months was no longer Continue reading


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Indie Pubbing is a Challenge!

But a fun one! As I prepare for my release, I’m getting my manuscript scanned with a fine-tooth comb! Grime Beat’s polish is really starting to shine!

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Grime Beat is coming!

Meme Vintage sweep11I’m having so much fun getting ready for my solo flight into indie publication! Yesterday, I set up some of the pages that I want to include at the back of the book.

There’s just so many things that I’ve never given much thought to before.

One of those is links – I’m hoping to do some fun connections with live web pages throughout the book. That will be a challenge, but a fun addition.

We’ll see if it happens.

So GRIME BEAT releases on Tuesday, April 14, 2015. Please give a shout out about this debut!


Hot Chocolate Season

hot chocolateNo doubt. It’s time for seasonal music, roaring fireplaces, and the smooth, heavenly flavor of hot cocoa. Okay, almost. But with the temperature dipping, I delighted in a few hours of anticipation of holiday spirit.

Yuletide Angel, debut novella by Sandra Ardoin, draws the reader into Continue reading


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Review: Miss Fishfly by Linda Glaz

I read Linda Glaz‘s first novella because I wanted a quick read during Christmas. I liked it so much, I couldn’t wait to read the sequel.

Thankfully, Linda, knowing I enjoyed her first book, sent me a copy of Miss Fishfly (Yea! So I didn’t have to wait!) in return for an honest review.  And that’s just what I’m going to give her.

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