Andrew McDowell

“Andrew McDowell became interested in writing at age eleven, inspired by childhood passions for stories and make-believe. By the time he was thirteen, he knew he wanted to be a writer…”

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Mike Nevin

“Where do I begin, I feel like I’ve just burst into song there. Life is a curious thing and we are poorly prepared for it. Whoever would guess what things would be thrown at any of us. Well, that’s as true for you as me.

I became seriously ill in my early 30’s and my employer at the time kindly fired me just for being sick. OK, maybe not very kindly…”

Frank Prem

“Frank Prem has been a storytelling poet for more than forty years. When not writing or reading his poetry to an audience, he fills his time by working as a psychiatric nurse.

He has been published in magazines, e-zines and anthologies, in Australia and in a number of other countries, and has both performed and recorded his work as ‘spoken word’…”

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Marissa Baker

“Thanks for visiting my blog!  My goal is to build an encouraging community where we can grow together into deeper relationships with the Lord, ourselves, and each other. I’m glad to have you joining me on this journey.

I started this blog back in 2013, and in 2018 I finally settled on a name: Like An Anchor. I chose this name because anchors connect ships to firm ground beneath them, keeping the vessel from drifting with the changing waters. A defining belief in God does much the same thing for us…”

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