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Looking in the Window: Believing the Wrong Words?

God is dead . Remember those words from the 1960’s, spoken to make society pull away from Christianity. They shocked, stunned, and infuriated. Both the phrase and phase died as those who started the 1960’s anti-Christian slogan finally realized people weren’t buying it. Words to dim the light of Christianity burned strong in the 1980’s, when those fighting to abolish the faith forced laws prohibiting prayer in schools. Here are a few. The real world . In the 1980’s many were told their children needed the public schools to prepare them for the real world. The real world is what we make it. In many of our schools it has become one with students wielding guns and knives and selling drugs. If we raise children with Christian beliefs and principles, society will become a place with Christian values. Not every person has to be a Christian to live in a world that promotes peace and love any more than every person needs to be violent to live in the current one. It’s a matter of whi

Looking Out the Window: Ginger Solomon Talks about One Choice. Gives Away a Copy.

Welcome, Ginger Solomon!     It's so nice to have Ginger today. She'll give away a PDF copy of One Choice. To enter to win leave a comment and an e-mail address. It's always interesting to know what writers like to read. Were you an avid reader as a child? If so, what did you read? I loved reading. Many nights I could be found in my room reading until the wee hours of the morning then getting up at 6am to go to school. Even now it is incredibly hard for me to put down a good book even if I’m exhausted. As a child I loved mysteries – Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, and the like. Now I prefer romance in almost any genre. Let's talk about your writing. Why do you write? Such an easy question and yet difficult to answer. I write because I can’t NOT write. Even before the notion came to me to write novel-length fiction, I wrote in a journal. The desire to write hounded me for years before a dream instigated the vision of writing books. Congratulations