Thursday, 18 January 2018

Come N Get It!

Two mothers both fleeing the British Isles during W.W. 2.Why is one worrying about being a war bride while the other who married a widower, seems more accepting? Why does Marita, the younger one, give one, but only one of her twin daughters away? What will it be like leaving Birmingham, England while a war is going on to settle in a Canadian wilderness? 

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Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Are You in Shock?


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Looks like the sequel to Two Mother’s Twin Daughters will be published a whole lot sooner than I had originally suspected. I’ll make it easy for you by saying it will be free if you buy the first book in the series. Keep posted for future details. Remember you can find all my books at www.marilynshistoricalnovels.com


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Monday, 15 January 2018

Freebies!


Is it fun to get freebies? Read The Shining Castle on your Kindle for free. Want a different deal? Buy two of my books and get the third one free if you are the tenth person that purchased before Valentine's Day. Now we are talking paper copies that you can take out, admire, and read over again whenever you are in the mood to. Meet me at  www.marilynshistoricalnovels.com. I'll be there soon!

Sunday, 14 January 2018

What Matters?



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I made myself a new friend. Ah me, what a dream, I haven’t even met her! Let’s start again; I wish I could have her for a dear friend. Everyone applauds her for her sewing ability and no doubt, it was wonderful, but I don’t think that is the reason people cried when she suddenly passed away. Would you weep just because someone who made you a garment died? I think not. Would you if you were desperately poor, and it was the only decent thing you had to wear? I doubt it, after all, a brand new, possibly heavy, homespun garment would last quite a while, and even if it didn’t, that isn’t what you would remember her by.
               Really? So what would it be then? Dorcas was one special woman. Her heart was overflowing with love. These were poverty-stricken widows and others to whom she ministered. Widows, get that? Wives’ and mothers whose husbands’, the fathers to their children, had died, possibly drowned at sea because Joppa was a seacoast town. They were heartbroken, lonesome and she cared.
Sure, they showed anyone interested the tangible evidence of how kind she was to them, but that wasn’t the most important part.
Here was someone that loved them, shared their suffering and when she died they couldn’t bear to let her go.
               I guess Peter couldn’t either, because when he was summoned from a nearby town, he dropped everything he was doing, and came.
               It was a tremendous miracle when Dorcas rose from the dead and many became Christians because of it, but let’s not remember her for doing acts of mercy, but for showing compassion.

               Hey, Dorcas, may I get to know you in Heaven and be your friend, there?

You'll find this start in the last part of Acts 9.

Friday, 12 January 2018

Another Cool Deal is Flying Your Way




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Thursday, 11 January 2018

Betrayed by a Friend

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What would be more heartbreaking than being betrayed by someone you regularly had coffee with? Let’s take that one step further and say it was someone you were so close to you that you frequently had them over for a meal or just hung out together. Then to have someone like that say bitter words against you or even show cruelty in one way or another would be quite devastating. My heart clenched this morning when I read that is exactly what happened to a dear friend of mine.

My friend knew it was coming but didn’t get vindictive or rude. In fact, he forgave him but I still feel bad about it. My friend’s name is Jesus. Have you heard of him? He was betrayed to the authorities for a crime he was not guilty of by a friend, a friend!  I hope I never do something like that.  Mark 12:20

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Old Rugged Cross Lyrics White

Would you like to listen to this song while reading Mary's Diary? Especially during the last few scenes? It might make the story more meaningful to you.