What’s New at Canadian Writers Who Are Christian?

July 19, 2012 at 1:52 am Leave a comment

Today I blogged over at Canadian Writers Who Are Christian. Go on over and read my post—It’s a God Thing— as well as  posts by other authors who write there  regularly. We write on a variety of subjects in our blogs and our books and the one thing that we have in common is that we’re Christian.











Once Upon a Sandbox was shortlisted in The Word Guild writing contest this year. See more about my book here. Contact me about getting your copy.


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