Removing dust from walls and ceilings

Ever notice the amount of dust on some of your walls? Or cobwebs in the corners? Easy fix: place a dry Swiffer sheet on a Swiffer Sweeper and run it on your walls, turning the sheet over when needed. Do this on the ceilings and in corners where necessary.

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Interview with Lynda Lee Schab

LYNDA LEE SCHAB got her writing start in greeting cards (Blue Mountain Arts, Dayspring) and from there went on to write articles and short stories (Mature Living, Christian Home & School) and in many places online (including www.Examiner.com and www.wow-womenonwriting.com), but her passion has always been fiction. Mind Over Madi, her debut novel, is near […]

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Don’t overuse symbols in your novel

Remember when you started writing and you used exclamation points all over the place? Then one day a wiser writer explained that exclamation points should be used minimally, very minimally. Same thing with a few other symbols, like ellipses, semicolon, colon and emdash. (Note, The Chicago Manual of Sytle is the prevalent reference, but not […]

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Submission is a gift

A few weeks ago, Stephen Davey was speaking on a Sunday morning. His words are always insightful, but these words I wrote down. Perhaps because they spoke to me so loudly. Verbalize your submission to the will of God in prayer and in natural conversation. Mobilize your agreement to the will of God (do what […]

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