Showing posts from April, 2012

New Releases!

More fun news!

Write Integrity Press released three books this weekend:

Life Lessons from Moms
Compiled by Suzanne D. Williams and Tracy Ruckman

Available in Print.
Available on Kindle.

Mothers are the first to touch our hearts ...

Memories of our moms evoke a myriad of emotions. Happy or heart-breaking, our moms taught us lessons that carry us through life in one form or another. With this book, we honor all the moms who've taught these unforgettable life lessons.

Mind Games
A Dangerous Games Mystery
by Debbie Roome

Available on Kindle.

A murder on New Regent Street in Christchurch throws Lindsay’s life into disarray. Things disintegrate even further when evidence in the form of a board game implicates her in the killing. With the help of her game collector friend, Sheridan, Lindsay sets out to solve this heinous crime and uncover the truth behind it. Set in post-earthquake Christchurch, the story highlights the charming aspects of life in New Zealand and also keeps the reader guessing un…

What's Your Donkey?

The other night we went to Mass in a different town.  The readings were about Jesus entering Jerusalem for the last time, riding on a donkey. I have to admit, I've heard that story many times but never had much cause to think about the donkey.
Now we have donkeys not far from us, and I can tell you those things can be loud and annoying if they want to be.  That's really my only experience with donkeys, so I didn't give the one Jesus rode much thought.  So this sermon was an eye-opener.
You see, donkeys were a lot like cars, pickups, and tractors all rolled into one back then.  A good donkey was a treasure that not many people owned.  If you had one, you could ride it, you could use it to haul things, and you could use it to plow up the land for planting.  They were very valuable.
In fact, the priest said they could be the equivalent of $50,000 in our society today.

So think about this for a second.  You have this nice, brand new car that you recently purchased for $50,000…

The Message of Easter in Song(s)

Certain songs express my thoughts and emotions about things better than I can express with my own words. The two songs below have always captured my heart and thoughts during this special Easter weekend.

Was it a Morning Like This? by Sandi Patty

He is Alive by Dolly Parton