Monthly Archives: July 2018

Interview with Author Sara Foust and a New Release Giveaway!

Welcome to Readers Write to Know! I asked you, my readers, what questions they would ask their favorite authors if given the chance, and the authors visiting my blog answered them! This week, I’m so happy to have as a returning guest author Sara Foust. For me, writing is something I have to do when I’m completely alone and everything around me is quiet. After working this summer with my kids home, my respect for homeschooling moms who also write went up a thousand fold. Sara is amazing — homeschooling, farming, fostering — and she writes one of my favorite genres, romantic suspense. Today we’re celebrating her latest release with her — and she’s giving away either paperback or ebook (reader’s choice) CAMP HOPE! Read on to see how you can win! Continue reading

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Autism – Friends

“Really. Besides, I want the people at Hot Topic to think I fit in.”

That took my breath away. All of this assumption that he doesn’t care, that social situations are meaningless to him completely flew out the window.

He cares. He knows he doesn’t fit in. He didn’t say he wanted to fit in. He said he wanted them to think he fits in. Continue reading

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The Beauty of the Brown Eyed Susan

We all have been given something very special by God, something that He has endowed upon us to use to serve Him, to serve our neighbor, to take care of those who are in need, to encourage others, to teach others — something given to us to use as God needs it used.

Oftentimes, we feel unimportant, plain, boring, less than that person or this person. Not as beautiful, not as delicate, not as smart, not as graceful. Our brains get flooded with less than thoughts that bring us down and make us afraid to use this gift from God because we’re afraid we’re not good enough. Continue reading

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