John 1:1-5, 14 prove Christ’s deity, that he was God in the flesh. Don’t try to understand how that can be, just accept that God said it and that settles it. Some things are too high for our finite minds. Jesus was with God in the beginning (Gen. 1:26-28). He left the splendor of heaven … Continue reading Does God Change With The Times?
Check out these historical novels by Annie Whitehead.
Name Annie Whitehead
Where are you from Nowhere, having moved all over the world, but settled now in the English Lake District. My father was in the armed forces and I was born in Germany on British soil, so I have the rare distinction of having two birth certificates. Early life was a series of house and school moves, from the Far East to the Netherlands. I went to four different secondary schools and took a year out before I studied History in London and gained my BA (Hons) in 1985. I’ve been married for nearly 26 years and have three grown-up ‘kids’.
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My second published novel “Alvar the Kingmaker” has just been released. It’s the story of a 10th century…
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Where do I begin?
That’s a difficult question in and of itself but when your life is transformed into something else, do you start when you’re born or when your life truly began?
I was born in London as Gabriel Wallace. The child of high society; although I was raised to appreciate
everything that softly landed in my hand. I followed all the rules. I worked hard, studied hard and ended up a captain in the Royal Navy before my twenty fifth birthday. Unfortunately, I saw the world through my own eyes, not the eyes of my superiors and my vision was clear.
I knew my duty. I knew my job. I also knew deep down, regardless of the loyalty my commission required, my stance was in opposition and it was but a matter of time before they’d…
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This is great! A new editorial service that promises to be affordable, not leaving the author with no resources left for marketing. Check it out. Kevin Brennan wants to help other authors.
Welcome to my shingle-hanging announcement, folks! As of today, I’m open for business as an editor of indie books destined for publication on Amazon et al.
I’m calling the operation Indie-Scribable. Indie for the indie part, and “scribable” for scribes. Clever, eh?
Come on over and have a look at my brand-spanking-new website.
I haven’t talked about it on the blog, but for most of my career I was an editor. I started at a medical publisher back in St. Louis, copyediting three or four different journals — such learned organs as Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, and, my favorite, the Journal of Enterostomal Therapy! Oh joy.
After that I was managing editor of the American Heart Association journal, Circulation, and then the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
Yes, I paid my dues in the…
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Got my pre-order in for Amber Wake. Read the blurb, sounded good. Going to have lots of reading to do.
Amen! I used to curse him and blame him for all of my problems–before I met him. Meeting Jesus changed my life and I haven’t been the same for 41 years. Praise the Lord. And I am so thankful for sisters like you.
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