Elderberry Croft, Volume 3 Cover

It's here! Volume 3: July Madness, August Memories, September Longing! This third volume should be available by the 25th, if not earlier, wherever e-books are sold - distribution to all the ebook retail sites can take up to ten days from the time it goes live on Smashwords this weekend - I'll keep you posted with the direct links. In the meantime, you can catch up on Volumes 1 and 2 wherever ebooks are sold - Volume 1 will remain FREE indefinitely, and good ol' Amazon has Volume 2 at 99 cents while everywhere else it's priced at $1.99. Remember:...

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And So…Part Three: She Goes Home

Grace Notes #8 Still Before the Lord

Part One: Is There a Real Elderberry Croft? (The story behind the story...) Part Two: The Real Elderberry Croft: I was a Christian Witch Part Three: She Goes Home   Marriage. War. This is pretty much what it had become... [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mamYn7LI_lA&w=420&h=315] (By the way, this is not my video. I have no rights to it whatsoever. Nor did I post the lyrics, including the "to" when it should be "too," etc.) So Kevin and I met with pastors and counselors separately at first, then together, until we finally agreed to begin dating. Tentatively. Carefully. Our dates, however, were different than any...

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September: Clearing the Air

As many of you already know, I'm in the process of changing websites. Although I'm still learning the ropes of self-hosting, I'm pleased with the way it's coming together. Do come join me over there, as it is officially my new home. And don't forget to sign up for my Brave Hearts Coffee Press quarterly newsletter - it’s chock-full of literary caffeine for the weary soul! It only comes out 4 times a year, and includes extras that aren't posted on my website. Coffee Talk With… ~ Tidbits of conversation between Becky and a special guest. Fill My Cup, Lord ~...

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Be Still Before the Lord

Today is Labor Day in America and Canada--LaboUr Day, as my Canadian friends claim it's spelled. It's a day we pay tribute to the working men and women who contribute to the strength, the growth, and the well-being of our nations. The beauty of this holiday, declared as such by President Grover Cleveland in 1887, is that we're supposed to take a day OFF from laboring, and celebrate all the ways we're blessed because of those who've poured their labor into making our lives what they are today. What a great opportunity to be still in the presence of God,...

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