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Sunday’s Sunny Skies…

 

A beautiful, timely reminder is included in this blog by Steve and Muffin.

Steve`s Country

Sunday’s sunny skies…suddenly disappear beneath the gray clouds.  Many more birds are arriving from the south but unfortunately are staying just out of range for any good photos.  But I keep trying.  Like in all things, it’s necessary to keep trying even if not successful at first.  Don’t give up because of minor, or what might even seem to be a major, setback.  Keep pushing ahead until the goal is reached.  Many people give up too soon, just another little try might be all that is needed for that success.

IMG_3182 One of my female squirrels. I’m going to need to name these critters.

There really is a lot of birds around this afternoon.  I keep stopping my writing to go out and get some pictures only to come back in with nothing.  Just one of those days.  Perhaps tomorrow that perfect picture will be right there in front of me. …

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Novel Snippets

Author: Free E-Book (Today Only)🐰🌷

Today, on Saturday April 20th, I have my book Memory Bound available for free via ebook on Amazon Kindle. Happy Easter, Arcians! If you have Kindle Unlimited, it’s also currently free. ☺️

Please consider leaving a review after you’ve read it. I included a review below to get your interest going:

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Thanks and have a good weekend, Arcians. Ker-kaw!

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Why do we call Good Friday “good?”

 

Witness the grand mystery of the most powerful, perfect love that is.

KaylaAnn

Thousands of years ago, a man went into a garden to pray with his disciples. This man was Jesus, who was both a man and God’s son. He went to the garden to pray that God would change his fate, that he would not have to go through agonizing pain and a gruesome death. He prayed so hard and so fervently that he began to sweat droplets of blood.

However, because of God’s love for us and because of our own sin nature, Jesus willingly accepted his Father’s will and when the Pharisees came to take him away, he went with them without a fight. When his disciples fled, Jesus was left alone. He was taken before several courts and tried unfairly for crimes he did not commit.

In fact, one of the judge’s, a man named Pilate, knew that Jesus was innocent. However, swayed by the crowd’s demands, he…

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Star Jar

Author: Star Jar & More Questions (Humor/Free E-Book Giveaway)

Here’s the second half of the questions/topics I received for my Star Jar. These are all questions from the one and only, Ms. Chelsea.

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Novel Snippets

Author: Free E-Book (Saturday Only)🐰🌷

This weekend only, on Saturday April 20th, I’ll have my book Memory Bound available for free via ebook on Amazon Kindle. Happy Easter, Arcians! If you have Kindle Unlimited, it’s also currently free. ☺️

I’m letting my followers know early. If you give it a whirl, please consider giving my book a review! Paperback is also available at regular price.

I included a review below to get your interest going:

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Thanks and have a good weekend, Arcians. Ker-kaw!

Star Jar

Author: Star Jar, Behind the Peregrine Name

I asked what you would like me to blog about and I had quite a few ideas requested. So here’s the first one from my Star Jar:

“Why the name Peregrine Arc?”

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