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The Books Every Writer on Your List Wants

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The Books Every Writer on Your List Wants

If you want to write, you have to read, and what better gift is there for the aspiring author than a handpicked book to help them take the industry by storm? For writers, books are more than words on a page; they are teachers and models and muses. Every turn of the page should hold […]

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The Best Books to Read for Summer 2016

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The Best Books to Read for Summer 2016

Do you know what’s synonymous with summer vacation? Summer reading. No, not the boring list you received from your high school English teacher that you needed to complete before returning to school in September. I’m talking about no-obligation, fun, summer books that are meant to be enjoyed by a pool, on the beach, or in […]

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On Father’s Day: How God Uses Neckties and Tea Cups To Love on His Children

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On Father’s Day: How God Uses Neckties and Tea Cups To Love on His Children

This weekend we will once again honor our fathers on Father’s Day. Like many of you, I will hear expressions of love from my own children, while also reaching out to my own dad. It is a wonderful day full of love and admiration. Recently, as I was getting dressed for a wedding and working on a […]

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With Childlike Faith: A New Way to Look at the Crucifixion

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With Childlike Faith: A New Way to Look at the Crucifixion

By Elizabeth Marrero She hung close to her mom as she watched the man carrying a cross down the aisle. She let out a shriek and tried to run to help him when they whipped his back. She cried with him, helpless as she watched the horrible scene unfold before her, so emotional that she […]

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Top 10 Ways to Celebrate National Grammar Day

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Top 10 Ways to Celebrate National Grammar Day

Grammarists rejoice! National Grammar Day is upon us, and we have cooked up some really fun ideas to help you celebrate the day. First, how about a little history? Martha Brockenbrough originally founded National Grammar Day in 2008 because she wanted to help her students with their grammar in a lively and positive way. Even […]

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