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In this episode of "Christ is All," author Frank Viola talks with best-selling Christian fiction writer Tricia»
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It’s been said “leaders read and readers lead.” If that’s true, then reading is one of the most important things»
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Flash Friday Fiction – “Death Match” For today’s Flash! Friday Challenge, we were given 140-160 words to write a story based on the breathtaking photo below and which incorporated a blazing fire.  Gotta love Fridays! Bell Tower of Guadalest, Costa Blanca, Spain. CC photo by Anguskirk. “Death Match” After stumbling blindly through this wasteland for days with no water – nothing but one last match in her pocket – she assumed the b»
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Number 4 in the fan fiction series. "Peeta!" I yell into the sea of people. I can only hear reporters talking over one another to try to interview me. I hear my name being called and I’m being told to look at hundreds of cameras. My head starts throbbing and I collapse to the ground […] The post Fan Fiction Part 4 appeared first on Royal Little Lambs: Faith, Family, and Health.
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Today’s Flash! Friday Fiction challenge was to take 150 words and craft a story based on the picture below, which also highlighted the concept of freedom.  Here we go again! Earth goddess. Imaginary Worlds exhibit, Atlanta Botanical Garden. Photo by C. Joey Ivansco. Used by permission. The Sorcerer’s Daughter The royal guards shriveled back as they entered the throne room. The dark magic of this place was known to scorch all who lingered. K»
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Today’s Flash! Fiction Challenge involved a 150 word story involving an unpaid bill and little green men.  Here goes! Special Delivery The scattered whiskey bottles were my first clue that this was a bad week. “Dad?” I called, stepping into the dilapidated mobile home. “Did it come?” he called out hopefully. I sighed, too worn out to argue. “Let’s go see.” My heart sank as he hobbled out to the rusty mailbox. With trembling fing»
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This is the next story in my Hunger Games fan fiction series. Merlia and Nick are very excited by the train and bounce around our room. Peeta and I finally get them calmed down and into some nicer clothes. We then walk down to the dining car where Merlia gasps with the sight of so […] The post Fan Fiction Part 2 appeared first on Royal Little Lambs: Faith, Family, and Health.
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I’ve always loved reading and writing fiction. When I was a preteen, I would sometimes stay inside and write stories just for fun while my siblings were running and playing outside. And I would read every book I could get my hands on, always eager for the opportunity to dive into another rich, new world of imaginative possibilities. But aren’t you called to preach? Some of you might be thinking. Shouldn’t you be spending your time reading G»
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Today’s Flash Fiction Challenge at http://flashfriday.wordpress.com was to write a complete story in 150 words which is based on the painting below, and which incorporates the idea of “Coming of Age.”  Here is my submission: Past and Present No 2, by Augustust Leopold Egg, 1858. Public domain photo.   My sister’s heaving sobs drew me to her bedroom. “Oh, Eleanor!” she cried when she saw me, flinging herself into my comforting arms.»
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This was submitted as part of the weekly Flash! Fiction Friday writing contest at http://flashfriday.wordpress.com.  The challenge was to tell a complete story in 150 words or less that was based on the picture above, and which incorporated the name, “King Arthur.”  Here’s my submission:   With a painful sob, her frail body crumpled onto the beach in a broken heap. The cancer had eaten away at her for months, and now this was the end. Sh»