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Holiday Musings

Nothing special today. Here is hoping everyone is having a good day. It is the holiday season and a time that many people get really stressed. This is a time of year that we are supposed to be celebrating. Whether … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal for The Solomon Project

Originally posted on Jessica Wren Fiction:
Good morning, and I would like to extend an invitation to join me as I launch my second novel, a paranormal dystopian/historical fiction combo called “The Solomon Project.” I started this novel for NaNoWriMo…

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Taking a Break and Being Thankful

This week is Thanksgiving Holiday here in the US and I just wanted to let my readers and followers that there will not be an author interview this week. I may post a book review for Friday, just depends on … Continue reading

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Evangelicalism’s Life or Death Moment

Originally posted on Tommy Preson Phillips:
Euangelion. It is a simple word that means “good news”. It was, from the mouths of Jesus and his band of disciples, a message of hope. That God, through Jesus, is fixing everything that…

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Guest Interviewer Jen Winters with Alex Wolfe from Kissing the Rain

I would like to welcome author Jen Winters and Alex Wolfe from her novelette Kissing the Rain. Jen is here to interview Alex so readers can get a better insight into his character. Hello Readers! Thank you to Grandma Peachy … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Katheryn Caffee

Please welcome Katheryn Caffee today on Peachy’s Insights. Katheryn is the author of the Followers of Torments series published under the name of K. Caffee. GP: I’m sure that our readers would like to know a little more about you. … Continue reading

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My Christian Perspective

The holiday season is upon us. From October to January a multitude of various religious holidays occur. I grew up in a home that celebrated Christmas as a Christian holiday. I am well aware of the history of the Christmas holiday. … Continue reading

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