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Looking Out the Window: Presenting A Work in Progress, Book Number Four in Prism Book Group's Love Is Series...Still a Few Days Left to Enter to Win Books and Prizes

In honor of the start of Prism’s new Love Is… series – a string of romance novellas based on 1 Corinthians 13:4-6 – we are inviting you to BE OUR VALENTINE! We will be giving away a Hershey’s Chocolate Lover’s Square Tower (value $46.96) as well as the entire Love Is… series as it releases (in format of choice including ebook or print) to one lucky winner! Two runner-ups will receive the first Love Is… book in print (containing the first several novellas) and a $10 gift certificate.  To enter, hop on over and like our Facebook page. Then post a message to our  Facebook page and tell us what you feel is an important quality of love! For a second entry, join our mailing list. The sign-up box is on the top right of our web site Ah, love! Such a topic! For me, I had a close, loving family growing up, but we hit some rough times when my siblings and I were all teenagers in the 1960’s, and the closeness often became strained and rocky, especially with our Dad who felt

Looking Out the Window: Jennifer Slattery, Dr. Ohaju and His Nigerian Medical Mission

A Warm Welcome to Jennifer Slattery Jennifer's visited my blog several times, and I'm so happy to have her here to share a touching personal story about meeting Dr. Ohaju. She tells readers how she grew to admire him and his passion for his Nigerian Medical Mission   From Jennifer How many challenges and setbacks can one man encounter before he decides to give up? I hate to admit it, but if I’d experienced even half of what Dr. Ohaju, director of  St . Joseph's Trauma Center.) endured, I fear I may have retreated. Thrown my hands up in defeat and turned down an easier path. I could learn a great deal from Dr. Ohaju, not only about perseverance but about gratitude, humility, and what it means to have a servant’s heart. I met this man during a very frightening and stressful time. My mom-in-law had gone into the emergency room with stomach pain and a distended abdomen. After an emergency scope, she was rushed into surgery where Dr. Ohaju saved her life. I sh

Looking Out the Window: Celebrating Prism Book Group's Love Is Series...Book Three, Greener Grasses by Julie Cosgrove

In honor of the start of Prism’s new Love Is… series – a string of romance novellas based on 1 Corinthians 13:4-6 – we are inviting you to BE OUR VALENTINE! We will be giving away a Hershey’s Chocolate Lover’s Square Tower (value $46.96) as well as the entire Love Is… series as it releases (in format of choice including ebook or print) to one lucky winner! Two runner-ups will receive the first Love Is… book in print (containing the first several novellas) and a $10 gift certificate.  To enter, hop on over and like our Facebook page. Then post a message to our  Facebook page and tell us what you feel is an important quality of love! For a second entry, join our mailing list. The sign-up box is on the top right of our web site   Sibling Love I guess most sisters bicker as they grow up. We have a tendency to be a tad jealous of each other. “How come she gets to…” and later, “Why do all my boyfriends notice her?” Even later, “Why doesn’t my husband treat me like hers

Looking Out the Window: Prism Book Group's Love Is...Celebration Continues with Books and Prizes. Book Number Two, Clue Into Kindness by Gay N. Lewis

In honor of the start of Prism’s new Love Is… series – a string of romance novellas based on 1 Corinthians 13:4-6 – we are inviting you to BE OUR VALENTINE! We will be giving away a Hershey’s Chocolate Lover’s Square Tower (value $46.96) as well as the entire Love Is… series as it releases (in format of choice including ebook or print) to one lucky winner! Two runner-ups will receive the first Love Is… book in print (containing the first several novellas) and a $10 gift certificate.  To enter, hop on over and like our Facebook page. Then post a message to our  Facebook page and tell us what you feel is an important quality of love! For a second entry, join our mailing list. The sign-up box is on the top right of our web site From Gay N. Lewis A Whirlwind Relationship At the age of seventeen, my boyfriend presented me with an engagement ring. I said yes and then wondered what I’d done. My fiancĂ© was good-looking, charming, and he cared for me, but our goals were d

Looking Out the Window: Celebrating Prism Book Group's Love Is...Series with Chocolate and Prizes

In honor of the start of Prism’s new Love Is… series – a string of romance novellas based on 1 Corinthians 13:4-6 – we are inviting you to BE OUR VALENTINE! We will be giving away a Hershey’s Chocolate Lover’s Square Tower (value $46.96) as well as the entire Love Is… series as it releases (in format of choice including ebook or print) to one lucky winner! Two runner-ups will receive the first Love Is… book in print (containing the first several novellas) and a $10 gift certificate.  To enter, hop on over and like our Facebook page. Then post a message to our  Facebook page and tell us what you feel is an important quality of love! For a second entry, join our mailing list. The sign-up box is on the top right of our web site From Anita Klumpers, author of Hounded , the first in Prism Book Group's Love Is...Series Old Maid, Do-Si-Do, and the Bottomless Cup of Love By the time I was twenty-five my mother had given up on the hope that I would marry. She bought me

Looking Out the Window: Danele Rotharmel Talks about Time Tsunami, Gives Away a Free Print Copy and Prizes. Shares a Yummy Recipe

A Warm Welcome to Danele Rotharmel       Danele will give away a Sunflowers & Seashores Prize It includes   A paperback copy of Time Tsunami  A cup and saucer painted with sunflowers  A “seashore” journal with the saying, Call unto me and I will answer you .  A set of 10 butterfly note cards with envelopes.   To enter to win leave a comment and an e-mail address below.     Hi Danele, I'm so happy you could stop by my blog. Lots of writers loved reading as a child. How about you? If so, what did you read? I LOVED reading when I was growing up! I simply couldn’t get enough books--my room was crammed with them. I walked the prairie with Laura, solved mysteries with Trixie, and I considered Anne (spelled with an e) to be one of my very best friends. I felt like life wasn’t worth living when Beth died, and I cried buckets when Old Yeller was shot. I explored a magic wardrobe and walked with my hands snuggled deep in Aslan’s soft, glossy mane. (H

Looking Out the Window: Sandra Ardoin Talks about A Reluctant Melody, Shares a Recipe Great for Super Bowl Watching

A Warm Welcome to Sandra Ardoin Sandra will give away an e-book of A Reluctant Melody . To enter to win leave an e-mail address and a comment below. Sandra shares her favorite Bible verses and a favorite recipe. She says, "I have two favorite verses (technically, three). Together, they remind me of the power, compassion, and mercy of God." The first is Jeremiah 29:11. “For I know the thoughts I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you an expected end.” (KJV) Also, Isaiah 55:8-9: “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts. (KJV) A Favorite Recipe: My mom used to make this regularly. In fact, she made it for my wedding reception twenty-eight years ago. I can’t say where she got the recipe, but when I was young, we lived near Chicago where Italian Bee