The 1918 Spanish Flu killed an estimated 50 to 100 million people in 15 months, according to the most widely cited analysis. There were living historians during that time. They wrote letters and journals that we have access to today. 1918 Mask-wearing rules implemented. We don’t yet have statistics for the duration and the loss… Continue reading History is Now—Write Your Story | Allyson Lewis
One steadying factor throughout all this chaos has been the North Georgia Chapter of ACFW. This is one of the most caring, faith-filled groups in which I’ve had the honor of participating. Members have given me hope at several points along my publishing journey when I’d been ready to quit.
If you are in the center of God’s will, and if your writing is guided by him, then let the Lord carry the burden of how much fruit is produced.
Every year, the robins build a nest. For them, nothing had changed. Am I like the birds, prepared yet without fear?
Checking In On 2020 Goals How are your resolutions going? Or your One Word or verse for this year? Are you doing the things you planned to do, making big strides toward your goals? I'll wait for some of you to stop laughing and/or cringing. Now that the short-lived enthusiasm of New Year's has faded… Continue reading The Day of Small Things | Brandy Heineman