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Assignments for Fun and Profit

Assignments for Fun and Profit

If you’re still waiting for that first book contract and wondering if that magical moment will ever arrive, maybe [...]

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Joy in the Rain

Joy in the Rain

Living on a farm brings with it a boatload of trials and that’s exactly what we need this spring—a boat [...]

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Hank the Wonder Dog

Hank the Wonder Dog

When I looked at the schedule and saw we were supposed to write about our favorite pet, I thought, [...]

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Music for the Soul

Music for the Soul

Music is the perfect way to soothe the soul and relax or it can invigorate and make me want [...]

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Why I Garden

Why I Garden

I’m a glutton for punishment. That’s all there is to it. Every spring I look forward to planting my garden. [...]

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An Interview with Award-Winning Author Amy Houts

An Interview with Award-Winning Author Amy Houts

  Every writer needs a friend like Amy Houts. She has not only encouraged me with my writing projects over [...]

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The Sinner on the Cross

The Sinner on the Cross

As I was rereading the Easter story in Luke 23, I stopped when I read about the two other [...]

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Everything I Need to Know I Learned From Flat Stanley

Everything I Need to Know I Learned From Flat Stanley

I know, I know, we’re supposed to write about a lesson we’ve learned from Lord of the Rings or [...]

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“Look, Ma! No Hands.”

“Look, Ma! No Hands.”

A lot has happened in the last five years since the Inkspers began our blog, so it’s my turn [...]

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The Simple Life—Costa Rican Style

The Simple Life—Costa Rican Style

Last week my husband and I took an early 25th anniversary trip to Costa Rica. We stayed in a [...]

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