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Happy book birthday to The Wrong Enemy!

  Happy publication day! The Wrong Enemy is now “live” and for sale (still at 20% off) over at MuseItUp Publishing. In the next few days it should appear at Amazon.com, and eventually at B&N, Kobo and your other friendly … Continue reading

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Feast of the guardian angels! And a story.

While I’m waiting on the timer for a cake for the family guardian angels (lemon cake! Kiddo4 is convinced it’s a birthday cake) here’s a story about angels and time. Or rather, two stories. While in high school, my mom … Continue reading

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So it begins…

            Raguel waited at the back of the Judgment Hall to hear the verdict passed on the boy’s soul: Heaven. He nodded as he registered the word, but without rejoicing as he should have. Based on … Continue reading

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No, not bored for long

Guardian angels are matched to the personality of their charges. This isn’t a matter of doctrine or faith, but it’s pretty obvious to me at least that when God assigns an angel to take care of a human being for … Continue reading

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