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Jessie Mattis The best thing about being a fiction writer is the opportunity to create characters who you genuinely start to care about as if they're real. :) I've …moreThe best thing about being a fiction writer is the opportunity to create characters who you genuinely start to care about as if they're real. :) I've been working on a three book historical romance series, and I've grown so close to the characters that sometimes I'll come in from writing, laughing or crying, and have to share with my husband the funny/sad/surprising thing so-and-so said or did. It may sound a little crazy, but it's a beautiful, fun process! :)(less)
Jessie Mattis My advice for aspiring writers is this: Don't write a book unless you want to commit at least as much time marketing as you did writing. Writing is th…moreMy advice for aspiring writers is this: Don't write a book unless you want to commit at least as much time marketing as you did writing. Writing is the fun, easy part (though difficult, to be sure), but once the writing's over, the marketing will be breathing down your back the rest of your life, lol.(less)
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50 Screen-Free Ideas to Beat Boredom at Home

Summer is upon us! According to the school calendar, that is. *Insert happy dance.* The cold winter, fool’s spring, second winter, and mud season have most of us – Midwesterners, at least – ready for the long days of summer. But for those of us with children, we may be facing long hours at home … Continue reading 50 Screen-Free Ideas to Beat Boredom at Home →

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Summer is upon us! According to the school calendar, that is. *Insert happy dance.* The cold winter, fool’s spring, second winter, and mud season have Read more of this blog post »
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Half the Church by Carolyn Custis James
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For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway
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I thought reading a Hemingway book might help round me out as a reader and a writer, and I do believe it has. As I journeyed through the book I had as many moments of “this is terrible!” as I did “this is brilliant!” At times it’s wordy and dull, and ...more
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Under the Tangerine Tree by Esther M. Bandy
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This book, which is set in the 60s, is a well-written, quick read that deals with many heavy topics like death, moving, racism, guns, and sin. The author did a great job of making these things accessible to the middle grade audience and addressing th ...more
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Asphalt and Blood by Warren Bell
"What can I say? Asphalt and Blood by Warren Bell is awesome! The attention to detail is something every veteran and most civilians will appreciate immensely. I know I did. Don’t get me wrong, there is a lot of action but it is skillfully interspersed" Read more of this review »
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