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6 Dates to Disaster, by Cynthia T. Toney

Life can be horribly unfair, especially if you are a teen. Or so you may think. Sometimes parents can be right, but not all adult decisions seem just and reasonable. Unfortunately, adults usually have the last word. In her third … Continue reading

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The Twelve steps of being a Spiritual writer – Step One

Step One – We admitted that we are powerless over our human desire for fame, wealth, and power – that our writing life had become unmanageable. One night I had a dream. I dreamed that my latest novel hit the … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Being Honest as a Catholic Fiction Writer

The issue of honesty in Catholic fiction is one that has been weighing on my mind quite a bit lately. I don’t have a definitive answer, but I am hoping in this blog post to somehow promote a conversation. Why … Continue reading

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