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An interview with R. Douglas Wardrop, author of A Young Person’s Guide to Christianity

Doug Wardrop lives in Reading. He’s been a Christian for almost 12 years and from about 2012 feels called by God to write 5 books. The first “A Young Person’s Guide to Christianity” has now been published. Two more, “Spiritual Disciplines for Today – Getting Closer to God” and “A Christian Understanding of Deception – Gaining an Appreciation of How satan Uses Deception”) are complete and due for publication any day now. Finally, 2 more (“Life Principles from the Bible” and a fiction novel called “Living Free”) are underway.  Continue reading

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Meeting Berline Thenor, author of Birthing Purpose

Berline Thenor is writer, speaker and a life coach at Reaching Destiny, LLC- a company she started in 2014 to help others do just that: reach their destiny. Berline also writes out Weekly Inspiration which is sent out via email to over hundred subscribers. When she is not writing or coaching, she can be found in the gym working up a sweat.  She earned both B.S. in Psychology and MBA from Florida A&M University. She currently resides in Charlotte, NC. Continue reading

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An interview with Nigeria Lockley, author of Seasoned with Grace

This week I’m sharing the space with Nigeria Lockley, author of Seasoned with Grace. Nigeria has two master’s degrees, one in English secondary education, and the second in creative writing. She is also Vice President of Bridges Family Services, a not-for-profit organization that assists student parents interested in pursuing a degree in higher education, a deaconess and clerk, and a native of New York. Continue reading

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An interview with Litty Mathew, author of The Musician’s Secret

On the morning of the day I started reading Litty’s novel I was captured by an article buried in The Guardian about the Armenian genocide during the 1st World War. Just a few hours later, I found myself in the midst of a novel that uses the very same events as it’s context. Perhaps there was some synchronicity involved as I had never given it a second thought. I’m not sure what comes next, perhaps another revelation of something we all ought to be more aware of. Continue reading

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Meeting Mathias Freese, author of I Truly Lament

Mathias Freese is the author of I Truly Lament: Working through the holocaust; a collection of 27 short stories that reflect a wide variety of perspectives of this seminal event in human history. He is a writer, teacher, and psychotherapist. His recent collection of essays, “This Mobius Strip of Ifs,” was the winner of the National Indie Excellence Book Award of 2012 in general nonfiction and a 2012 Global Ebook Award finalist. “I Truly Lament: Working Through the Holocaust” was one of three finalists chosen in the 2012 Leapfrog Press Fiction Contest out of 424 submissions. Continue reading