Tag: history

#FBF: 51 years and 1 day ago

Fifty-one years and one day ago Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated. On that day, Robert Kennedy was in Indianapolis for a presidential campaign rally. But instead of campaigning, Kennedy announced the death of King. His speech was improvised, empathetic, and — despite the…

11 Facts about Black Sunday

If you read A Cup of Dust you know that the story ended on Palm Sunday, 1935. All seems well. Sunny, bright, blue sky, the dust is over. If, however, you know the history of the Dust Bowl, you are aware that the day didn’t…

Pearl Louise at Age 7

 This is a picture of my grandma. Pearl Louise. I’d guess she’s about 7 years old in this picture. The same age as my daughter. This picture must have been taken in 1922. Good golly. That seems like a lot of years. 91 of…

What’s Your Story — Dancing and Give-Aways!

Today, I’m celebrating with my editor Dina Sleiman of White-Fire Publishing. Her newest novel “Love in Three-Quarter Time” released last week with Zondervan. It is currently available for your e-reader at the VERY good price of $3.99. I started reading it over the weekend….

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