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Because it’s Thursday #SmallSuccess

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Why yes, I’m still alive. I had forgotten about this dichotomy of working full-time and writing in my head during down time when I have no way to capture the words. It’s not a bad practice, really. And this isn’t a bad season. A busy...
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Randy Hain and Being a Blessed Dad

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The fact that Randy Hain has a new book out isn’t surprising. The man writes books at a rate that only Stephen King or Dean Koontz can keep up with. (I’m exaggerating, but only slightly.) What is rather remarkable is that, once again, I find...
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Summer Reads for Busy Moms

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I was sitting there, minding my own business (read as: nursing the baby and playing Trivia Crack), when the text came in. Hey reading mama! I need a recommendation for a lighthearted novel. Any suggestions? Does the pope have a prayer he likes? Would my...
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Recent Reads: Amazing Fiction and Saintly Brilliance

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I miss my reading binges, but with a holiday weekend ahead, I have hope. (It’s pretty much unfounded hope, mind you. I still have an infant and tons of things to catch up on.) Lately, the reading I’ve been doing has been for endorsement (the blurby...
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3 Great Kids’ Books on Saints

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Over at the Register, I have my thoughts on three new kids’ books on saints: Adventures in Assisi, The Life of Saint Benedict, and A Boy Who Became Pope. Check it out. (And I have hopes of returning to blogging here someday soon. Or tomorrow. We’ll see.)
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