The Wall of Erith
Iona’s brother is dying and the Old Religion isn’t helping. When she finds out her mother is alive, but has been banished from the protected city of Erith, Iona risks her status and her life to venture into the world of the Outsiders as a last hope to save him. What awaits is an even more awful and dangerous poverty-stricken land than she ever imagined. Now she’s risked exposure and has to face consequences she never dreamed of.
Why did I limit describing my sources of inspiration to only two posts? There are endless possibilities! It's impossible to list them all. But further to my last post, part one of this series, here are three more ways I receive inspiration for writing: 1. Places I...
Help Me Help Others…
It’s easy to forget what a blessing it is to live in North America, with all the wealth and freedom.
I believe one of the reasons God gave our nations so much, is so we can help the needy in other parts of the world. Nations where people walk three miles to get a bucket of dirty water. Nations where something as simple as diarrhea claims lives on a regular basis. Nations where the name of Jesus is unknown to most.
Help me help others by supporting my work. A portion of my writing profits go to organizations that focus on bringing physical, emotional and spiritual hope to those who need it. Here are three of those organizations:
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