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October 1, 2014: Contemporary Book Review - Sacred Gold Walking With Chesterton Hard-Earned Wisdom Found in Author's Stories of Death A Tour of Some of My Favorite Frictional Families Author Went From Atheist to Christian While Writing Book on Horrors of 20th Century ... Read More →


“Creating a relationship between the reader and the words” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Sherry G. Antonetti


Most Recent Book: The Book of Helen Education: MA in Special Education from Boston College; BA in English Literature/Creative Writing from Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana; some post graduate work in education at the University of Texas and the University of Maryland, College Park. Current Employment: Stay-at-home mother to my ten children and freelance writer. Profile: Recently I was told by a mother attending a lecture I gave, “I see you at... Read More →


“To inspire the love, hope, and faith that can be ours” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Linda Rawlins


Most Recent Book: The Bench Education: Medical School – Board Certified Family Physician, Private Practice and Nursing Home Physician,  Currently - Medical Director - Hospice Current Employment: Medical Director, Hospice Company Profile: Compassionate, religious, intelligent, teacher, friend, and caring.   List of Books Published: The Bench Fatal Breach Sacred Gold   Author Website: www.lindarawlins.com Author Facebook:  www.facebook.com/lindarawlinsauthor Author Twitter Account: www.twitter.com/LRL8 Author Goodreads Account: www.goodreads.com/lindarawlins Author Pinterest Account: www.pinterest.com/LRL8   Favorite Quote: “Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you... Read More →


“Holistic, courageous, compassionate and, most importantly, truthful” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Erin McCole Cupp


Most Recent Book: Don’t You Forget About Me Education: BFA Related Arts (theatre major; concentrations in literature/writing, visual arts; minors in music, dance). Current Employment: freelance writer/editor Profile - describe yourself as you think others see you and/or as you would like to be seen: My goal as a writer is to rip out your heart, stomp on it, bury it, then give it back to you, healed and with wings.   List of Books... Read More →


“The Sacramental Perspective” – An Interview with Catholic Writer Andrew M. Seddon


Most Recent Book: Saints Alive! New Stories of Old Saints Vol.1: Saints of Empire Education: BS, Mt. St. Mary’s College, 1981                      MD, University of Maryland, 1985 Current Employment: Staff physician, SameDay Care, Billings Clinic, Billings, MT Profile: Fairly shy and introverted, physically active, calm and laid-back. List of Books Published: Red Planet Rising (Crossway, 1995)                                                 Imperial Legions (Broadman & Holman, 2000)                                                 Iron Scepter (XLibris, 2001)                                                 Walking with the Celtic Saints (Crossroad, 2004)                                                 Saints Alive!... Read More →


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