The photographs scattered like blackbirds frightened from their forest coverture by a hunter’s gun. The flames reached up their greedy hands and clutched at the images, drawing them down into the fire where they curled and charred around the edges, turning black, catching fire and dying upon the blazing logs. Nina watched them burn until there was nothing left except for ashes. She glanced up at the night sky, watched gray clouds pass over the moon, inhaled a deep breath of the cool night air tinged with smoke. The smoke of her past. If only the memories could burn up and die as easily as the photographs. Continue reading “Made New”
Whitney L. Schwartz is the author of Grace Like Rain and Mona Lisa: Carlingford Chronicles Book 1. Whitney admins YouBe blog and has contributed to the FEBC Gospel Blog. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Evangel and The Cresset. She has been a three-time guest judge for Christian Flash Weekly and her short story Remember Where Your Home Is was chosen as a semi-finalist for The 2014 William Van Dyke Short Story Prize. Continue reading “About the Author”
I was just nominated today for The WordPress Family Award by daleenc over at Thoughts From a Christian Cowgirl.
So what is it? This is what the award’s creator Shaun had to say,
“This is an award for everyone who is part of the ‘Word Press Family.’ I start this award on the basis that the WordPress family has taken me in, and showed me love and a caring side only WordPress can. The way people take a second to be nice, to answer a question and not make things a competition amazes me here. I know I have been given many awards, but I wanted to leave my own legacy on here by creating my own award, as many have done before. This represents ‘Family’ we never meet, but are there for us as family. It is my honor to start this award.” Continue reading “The WordPress Family Award”
Choose what goals you want to set this year. Decide which projects you want to finish. Focus on those goals and projects. Put your mind to it and set aside time to work on them without distractions.
“Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans.” Proverbs 16:3 NIV