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Scribing God’s Dictation — 15 Comments

  1. Hi, Ginger! Thank you yet again for helping get the word out about another of my books – I appreciate you!

    I hope your readers enjoy this post. It’s “true stuff,” so not a lot could’ve been changed to make it more “readable” or “reader friendly” or whatever the current term might be.

    I’m eager to hear your thoughts about Jewels for the Kingdom! 🙂

    • I think it’s perfect just the way it is, Delia. Longer than my usual post, but well worth it.

      And I’m happy to help fellow authors get the word out about their books in any way I can.


  2. Ginger, I think I failed to mention that I’ll give away a PDF copy of Jewels for the Kingdom to one of your commenters on today’s post and Monday’s (right up to midnight, October 15th!). ONE Winner…and every comment is an entry.

  3. Jewels is a sparkling kick-off to the Heart’s Haven series, and I have to tell you, Delia is such a marvel. I love and admire her. I’m honored you included me in the fun, and I don’t know what I would have done without your story ideas/brainstorming. Love to ya’, lady. 🙂

  4. Love backatcha, Marianne! I think God pulled together exactly the authors He wanted on this project, and I’m honored to have been one of them.

  5. Delia and Ginger, sorry to be so late getting here today. We had a fabulous time at the Reagan Library. Definitely should be on bucket lists everywhere.

    Anyway, I am SO excited about Hearts Haven. You all are my heroes, that’s for sure. God bless and keep….

    Ps. Weedpatch is a place I GOTTA use in one of my books…Xo

  6. LOL – Growing up, “Weedpatch” didn’t sound odd to me at all. It was just home! Looking back, I can’t believe I ever failed to see what a unique name it was.

  7. Awesome post, Delia. I too know that anything GOOD that comes from my writing comes from being God’s transcriptionist. Every day before writing starts with prayer. Without, it’s just typing.

    But Oh! When that wonderful connection is made–such joy! And then to hear back from readers that a bit that tore me up in a beautiful way touched them as well? Wow. Very humbling and beautiful.

    Blessings on you. Let’s keep on listening and taking dictation 🙂


  8. What a wonderful post, and I do believe God’s hand is on all your writings. I love the angels,and yes, indeed I could actually picture him at times…

  9. Donna, you’re such a sweet supporter! I’m so glad the angel in my books felt real to you (I’m thinking you’re talking about Solomon?). He feels real to me too, even now.