Tag Archive | angels

Review of Kat Heckenbach’s Relent

Review of Kat Heckenbach’s Relent

NAF alumna, Kat Heckenbach has a new book out, Relent. I fell in love with Finding Angel and the whole Toch Island Chronicles series, so I snapped up a copy of Relent the second she posted a link on Facebook. I then abandoned a library checkout to read it. And will admit to staying up […]

Angels and Demons and Monsters, Oh My!

Angels and Demons and Monsters, Oh My!

I’m working on the workshop I’m going to be teaching at the upcoming Realm Makers conference, and I’m starting to gather my resources. My topic is integrating supernatural and fantasy elements in a real-world setting. That’s what I write, so that’s one of the things that I’ve worked a lot on, and I have a […]

Angels are not dead people

Angels are not dead people

In the fellowship hall after my grandmother’s memorial service, Jerry and I were looking at the memory board covered with old family photos. He pointed to a photo of Grandma with my cousin Lisa—Jerry’s wife, who had died a couple of years prior. He said, “There’s two angels for heaven.” I nodded, and said nothing, […]

Ancient Aliens

Ancient Aliens

My hubby and I just started watching the History Channel’s “Ancient Aliens.”  We’ve watched the first two episodes so far. I have to admit, I find the theory that beings were present and active in the ancient world, contributing to society and perhaps even sharing technology, quite fascinating. (Spoiler alert: I may or may not […]

Blog Tour – Winter Survival Giveaway

My friend Ralene over at Faith, Hope and Suspense has called a Christmas Blog Tour! For this week she wants to know about survival and excitement Almost two years ago we left the snowy north to call sunny Texas our home. We left behind the snow and ice and wind chills with little remorse. Granted, […]

Singing, discus-throwing, and writing.

Last time: Finding My Voice I can’t sing. I don’t know why but I just can’t get the right noises to come from my vocal chords. It always sounds fine inside my head but something happens between my brain and my lips, and it’s not pretty. I stopped trying to sing in the company of […]