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My Other Writing

I’ve written a book called Hope for the Barren Heart. It’s aimed toward Christian women who are facing infertility or any kind of loss.
Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.

I’ve written a couple of devotions for The Path and Straightening Out a Messy Life.

I participated in Essay Daily’s challenge to write about “What Happened on June 21, 2018.”  My essay is here.

One of my blog posts was featured on World Organic News.

Here are links to other things I’ve written.

Motion Control vs. Stability in Running Shoes

Pocket Square vs. Handkerchief

What is the Difference Between Down and Alternative Down Comforters?

Neck and Back Pain Caused by Pronated Feet

What is Yerba Mate Tea?

Spinal MRI Contrast Vs. Non Contrast


2 responses »

  1. Rita sent me a copy of your book (she was confused, thinking that I was sad about Mother’s Day because I was childless, but I was talking about being motherless). I just finished it a couple of days ago & I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed it. I love your writing style, your honesty, and your approach to all the stumbling blocks we face in our life’s journey. I’m planning to share it with another friend. She’s not childless, but she has been searching lately & I think this book might lead her home. So thanks for writing it! Let’s have another please 🙂

    • I’m so glad you enjoyed it, even though it wasn’t what you were looking for. I do have more writing ideas in mind, but it feels like life is too busy right now to get them on paper! Soon, though, I think, I’ll get something started. (Of course, “soon” is up for interpretation!)


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