By His grace we made it 2018. I hope you and your family had a lovely holiday season.
As I look forward to seeing God’s plans for this year unfold, I continue to work on two books, DIFFICULT DECISIONS and SEND ME. My hope is to publish DIFFICULT DECISIONS before the end of the year.
Thanks for your support. May God continue to keep and bless you. Amen.
It’s been a while I checked in so I felt you deserve double greetings. 🙂
How are you all doing? It’s the last day of October 2017. Time waits for no man. By His grace, I continue to work on the sequel to Knit Together. If you are yet to read Knit Together, you can one-click here to meet the characters. My current publication date goal is February 8, 2018. I’ll keep you posted if things change. To whet your appetite, I’m sharing a snippet from Difficult Decisions. Take care!
Ixora Berhanu was alone in the bed and breakfast’s office when her cell phone dinged. She dropped the pile of receipts in her hand on the laminate desk and picked it up. The text message came from her sister Marigold.
Continue the story at: http://writtenvoicesblog.com/2017/05/speck-a-short-story-by-vivian-kay/
My sister-writer Unoma Nwankwor was the first person to talk to me about an author tagline. I’m glad she did because it made me think about the kind of faith stories I wanted to tell.
When I published Secret Places, I was forced to have some interesting conversations with family and friends about the issues discussed in the book. I’m still polishing my tarnished halo. Will appreciate any anti-rust tip.
On a serious note, I’m thankful that we don’t have to be perfect before we can stand in God’s presence. He knows everything and He still cares. Isn’t that liberating?
While making this poster I decided to use the word joyful instead of merry because I realized that for so many people these are not merry times. I chose joyful because I believe that the joy God gives is not dependent upon our circumstance whatever that may be. And hope according to God’s word does not make us ashamed. It will not leave us without an anchor. As we count down to 2017, I pray His joy and hope for you and yours. Amen.