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An interview with Lee Ann Mancini

Tell us about your books: I have seven Christian children’s books: Fast Freddy, What A Bragger, I’m Not Afraid, A Servant Like Jesus, God’s Gift, God’s Easter Miracles, and Forever With Jesus. These books help children understand how to live out their faith in a tangible way as they face the same dilemmas all children [...]

An Interview with L. K. Simonds

Tell us about your book: All In breaks some of the rules that are often assumed with Christian fiction, but please don’t be put off by that. The story is altogether evangelical; it’s about hope in the face of hopelessness. The central character is a young writer named Cami Taylor. To quote one reviewer, “Cami [...]

An interview with Melissa Henderson

Tell us about your book: Licky the Lizard is a story sharing how we don’t need to be afraid of lizards because God created us and God created the lizards. What inspired you to write your book? My own fear of lizards inspired me to write this story. I wanted our grandson, who is now [...]

When All the Stars Align

Want to wake up every morning feeling like you’ve won the lottery? In his new book, When All the Stars Align: Create a Life Where Great Things Happen, Les M. Goldberg tells you how you can do just that—without ever buying a ticket. Goldberg’s story is the quintessential American success story. He founded his company [...]

Avoid Politically Nuanced Marketing Messages Unless …

We can probably agree that the United States is experiencing an extreme level of political division and it seems to be getting worse by the day. Family dinners have been ruined and friendships have been ended. Even purchasing decisions are often influenced by political positions. If you have a product with mass appeal, why would [...]

Treat Your Marriage Like a Child

I don’t claim to be a marriage or relationship expert. In fact, I’ve probably done more things wrong than right in that department over the years, but I’ve figured out what works for Jerry and me, and it’s this: We treat our marriage like it’s a child. To be clear: We don’t treat each other [...]

By |2019-05-01T09:37:29-04:00May 1st, 2019|Inspiration, Jacquelyn Lynn|0 Comments

What Mom Taught Me

My mom died more than 30 years ago, but I still feel her with me every day. Sometimes when I open my mouth to speak, her words come out. And that makes me smile. Mothers aren’t perfect, but in their imperfect humanness, they are amazing founts of wisdom. I love reflecting on the things my [...]

By |2019-04-23T12:06:09-04:00April 23rd, 2019|Attitude and Motivation, Jacquelyn Lynn|2 Comments

Our Journey Home

Life is about coming home. In our life on this Earth, we go out, we travel, we do interesting, exciting things—and sometimes boring, unexciting things—and then we come home. It is in our nature to look forward to coming home. Something my husband and I say almost every time we take a trip is how [...]

By |2019-03-31T14:49:04-04:00March 31st, 2019|Inspiration, Jacquelyn Lynn|0 Comments

Book Review: Marketing Christian Books

If you open Your Guide to Marketing Christian Books: Fourth Edition and read it from beginning to end, you’re going to be overwhelmed. Do it anyway. About halfway through, your head will be spinning and you’ll wonder how you can possibly do it all. You can’t. You don’t need to. You just need to find [...]