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I happen to have the privilege to be part of a great group of authors published by Trestle Press and Helping Hands Press. Starting today, you will be hearing from them on my blog. They have a lot to say about a lot of different things.
First up is best-selling Amish author Karen Anna Vogel. She asks herself a few questions.
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Added by Mark Miller on August 20, 2012 at 10:54am — No Comments
Poet and spiritual student Ron Starbuck gives some insight about his contribution to the One series.
MM: Ron, thank you for joining the One series. With Story Nine: Wheels Turning Inward, you introduce poetry into the series. Up to now, all of the entries have been prose and personal narrative. The goal of One is to explore our faith and you do it in a different way. What was your inspiration?
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Added by Mark Miller on July 5, 2012 at 2:59pm — No Comments
That's right. Episode 3 is here. Like I said before, Olivia has such a great voice as an author. As I encourage her to explore and develop it, it might take a little longer to get these stories done. With her imagination and charm, I think it is worth the wait.
Sons of the King
The Creator's Ark
In Sons of the King, they have created a fantasy world with a touch of science fiction. In the land of Mysstira on the planet Kaskaya, a great King has three sons.…Continue
Added by Mark Miller on April 29, 2012 at 8:52am — No Comments
I'm glad you asked. Crystal Linn, best-selling co-author of Amish Forever, can give you the answer in Story Eight of the One series.
by Crystal Linn
A portion of the author’s proceeds will be donated to World Concern, a Christian global relief and development organization. World Concern’s efforts reach deep into the most remote corners of the planet, where climate and geography, societal instability and scarce infrastructure create incredible challenges…Continue
Added by Mark Miller on April 16, 2012 at 9:46am — No Comments