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Today Is a Good Day to Talk with God


“Today Is a Good Day to Talk with God” by Joan Y. Edwards

Many times during the holidays, you may forget about God. You may be so busy getting ready for special celebrations and get-togethers with family and friends that you leave God out of it. He wants to be there with you. He wants to be a part of your ritual and routine. He wants you to talk with him each morning. He wants you to talk with him during the day. He wants you to talk with him before you go to sleep.

God wants to help you achieve your dreams. He wants to heal you of your ailments. He wants to increase the money you earn and save.

You might say, “I don’t know how to talk with God. He is so big and powerful. He won’t talk to someone as unimportant as I am.”

This is not true. God made you in his image. He wants to be a part of your life. He wants to know the things that bother you. He wants to have a relationship with you.

If you need a reminder, put an index card on your dresser. Put an index card on your pillow. Put one on the remote control for the TV. Put a screensaver on your phone that says, “Talk to God.”

Talk to God in the morning. Talk to God at noon. Talk to God at night.

He’s always listening. He’s never too busy. If you call him on the phone and it seems he isn’t answering, think again. Check your ears to make sure they are open to new words from him. Check your eyes to see if they have on sunglasses that are so dark, you can’t see anything. Check your stomach to make sure you’re not eating foods that you know are not good for you. Check your feet to make sure you’re not walking into places you know are not good for you.

Ask God to forgive you for your mistakes and erring ways. Ask him to help you. Believe he will help you. He will be there for you. God’s got you covered. God loves you very much.
Love yourself and love others, too. Proclaim that you are a child of the most high God. 

Thank you for reading my blog. I posted this on another blog of mine. I’ve decided to combine them. I hope you enjoyed this. Good luck in all your endeavors.

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“God Knows” by Joan Y. Edwards


“God Knows” by Joan Y. Edwards 

In 2012, after I received an email with Lil Phoenix poem entitled “Ten Things God Won’t Ask on THAT Day:” I decided to put a different spin to it. God already knows the answers. I posted this on a different blog of mine in 2012. I thought you might enjoy it here. 

God Knows

“God Knows” by Joan Y. Edwards

  1. God knows what kind of car you drive. He loves it when you drive people who don’t have transportation.
  2. God knows how big your house is.  Joy fills his heart when you welcome others into your home.
  3. God knows how many clothes are in your closet. He rewards you when you help put clothes on others.
  4. God knows how much money you make. He increases it when you share it with others.
  5. God knows your job title. He helps you rise higher when you do your job to the best of your ability.
  6. God knows how many friends you have. He smiles each time you act friendly toward other people, even if they don’t act friendly toward you.
  7. God knows the neighborhood where you live. He is proud of all that you do your part to keep it safe, clean, neat, and orderly.
  8. God knows the color of your skin. He is happy when you treat others with respect, regardless of their skin color.
  9. God knows your strengths and weaknesses.  He celebrates when you accept yourself and others as you are and choose to follow in His footsteps.
  10. God knows how many people you meet on His path. He rejoices when you take time to encourage others on their trails  He loves you very much.

Resources

  1. Lil Phoenix. “Ten Things God Won’t Ask on THAT Day:”  http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/ten-things-god-won-t-ask-on-that-day/ 
  2. “God Won’t Ask:”
    http://www.holybible.com/resources/poems/ps.php?sid=180

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Spivey’s Web, a Christmas Story: Interview with Author, Sandra Warren


“Spivey’s Web, a Christmas Story: Interview with Author, Sandra Warren” by Joan Y. Edwards

Spivey's Web cover 300 dpi (1)

Spivey’s Web written by Sandra Warren; illustrated by Susan Fitzgerald. Available on Amazon.

Giveaway: See details below.

Today, it is an honor to interview Sandra Warren, author of Spivey’s Web. Thanks for coming today, Sandra. I want to hear all about SPIVEY’S WEB, a picture book that’s out now that you had in your head for 15+ years! 

I’m so glad to be here. 

Sandra Warren

1.Tell us about Spivey’s Web.

I am very excited that Spivey’s Web is out now since it has a Christian twist at the end. It’s about a spider who wants to spin a web of her own design, not the expected web for a barn spider. After being ridiculed for her efforts, she moves to a window high in the loft and when the Star of David shines through, it sprinkles stars, like a disco ball, around a manger and calms a very special baby. Although the baby is not named, you can tell by the illustration that it’s the baby Jesus. I love the last line….My web didn’t catch flies. It caught the light!

Spivey’s web is more than a Christmas story, however. It’s also about having the courage to follow your heart and do what makes you happy even when everyone around says it can’t be done or it’s never been done like that. From Spivey we learn to never give up.

Writers take heed. When agents and editors say, no, no, sorry no, we have to keep at it and never give up because if we do, we’ll never know how close we came and we’ll never know what amazing things might come from our creative, imaginative minds. We all need Spivey’s courage to spin a web of our own design.

2. Did you submit Spivey’s Web to traditional publishers? Christian markets? 

Sandra: I tried for years to get Spivey’s Web traditionally published, but it was too secular for the Christian market and too Christian for the secular market. A major agent loved it until she got to the end and realized it was a holiday/Christian theme. She said she doesn’t do holiday books. Although I was still holding out for a traditional publisher, everything changed when I met an amazing artist.  

https://www.amazon.com/Spiveys-Web-Sandra-Warren/dp/1981217673/

3. Marvelous illustrations. Who is the illustrator? 

Sandra: Susan Fitzgerald, one of our part-time neighbors at Hidden Lake is a FINE artist who approached me asking if I’d LET her illustrate a manuscript of mine. I was floored because she’s an amazing artist who exhibits full-time in a gallery in Jacksonville. Her concept of Spivey and all her illustrations are fabulous in my opinion.

4. Did you encounter any problems with the formatting of the book?

Sandra: Oh my, yes! One problem we had that took us almost a day to figure out was that we were trying to put a landscape/horizontal illustration into a square template. A landscape picture book template was not offered by the company we chose. We also had trouble balancing the required minimum 300 dpi of each illustration for printing. It’s tricky to send illustrations through email without losing dpi. Now we know how to do it. Our original vision was to have a horizontal format with illustrations that bled off the page–flowed to the very edges. But because of issues with the horizontal formatting of the original artwork, we had to compensate by reducing the size of each illustration allowing for a border or frame around each. 

Here are suggestions if you’re self-publishing a book:

  • Make sure you download the publisher’s PDF Specification Guide from CreateSpace or other publisher and read it before beginning to make sure they print books in the size and format you want.
  • Don’t be afraid to contact Support if you have any questions. The folks at CreateSpace are very helpful! 

Despite all the formatting issues, we’re thrilled with the end result that Spivey’s Web is now available online. https://www.amazon.com/Spiveys-Web-Sandra-Warren/dp/1981217673/

Thanks for being a guest on my blog, Sandra. Thank you for offering a giveaway, too.

Giveaway:

Two lucky people who leave a comment or question for Sandra Warren on this blog interview between now and midnight Wednesday, December 20, 2017 have a chance to win a free copy of Spivey’s Web. Random.org will choose the winners. I’ll announce the winners here and in the comment area on December 21, 2017.

Sandra Warren’s website: http://www.sandrawarren.com

Sandra’s blog: http://sandrawarrenwrites.blogspot.com

Other books by Sandra Warren.

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When-Duty-Called book cover

 

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Emily’s Ride to Courage: Interview with Author, Sarah Maury Swan


“Emily’s Ride to Courage: Interview with Author, Sarah Maury Swan” by Joan Y. Edwards

book cover for Emily's Ride to Courage by Sarah Maury Swan

Today I am honored to have Sarah Maury Swan as a guest on my blog to talk about her books, Emily’s Ride to Courage and Terror’s Identity. Thanks for being here, Sarah. 

Thanks for inviting me, Joan. I am excited to tell you and your readers about my books.

Great. Let’s get started.

1.Why did you write Emily’s Ride to Courage?

Sarah: I started this book several years ago when we had to put down a very lame 9-year-old Appaloosa gelding. I was washing windows after they took his body away, because it helped me to process my grief.  Grandpa’s voice came to me, saying “Won’t have me no white hoofed horse. One white hoof, maybe, but never no four white hooves.” 

But since I write for children, I couldn’t use Grandpa as the main character, so along came Emily Gordon. Then on the advice of an editor at Peachtree, I added more tension by having Emily’s Army Reservist mom be deployed to Afghanistan and Emily’s dad already away from home for a year. Emily’s older sister is angry that she had leave their Chicago home just as she is entering high school and go away for a year. “Eew, dirt,” she says. She’s also angry because there aren’t any dance studios with room for new students.

2. What genre is it?

Sarah: It’s a middle-grade horse story.

3. Who has inspired you to not only write your stories, but to get them published?

Sarah: I’ve always made up stories and my family has a number writers and artists, so I suppose that was part of my inspiration. My father was always submitting–mostly unsuccessfully–stories and poetry and both of his parents were journalists. Both of them had books published. But the trade publishing industry has gotten very full of aspiring authors. So after two all-the-way-to-the-marketing-people rejections, I decided to self publish, especially since that is no longer sneered at. And because I’m 76-years-old. As Grandpa would say, “Time’s awastin’.”

4. What was the most difficult thing to overcome in writing this book?

Sarah: Listening to my critique partners. Though I’m glad I did for the most part. Critique partners catch things the writer doesn’t see. They read your stories from a new prospective.

5. What character traits does Emily have that you believe readers will relate to?

Sarah: No matter how confident a person seems to be on the outside, we all have moments of self-doubt. Lots of children give into fears they feel. As do lots of adults. And lots of children don’t see the value of a particular subject in school. For Emily it’s math Why? I tried to give solutions for the problems the reader is facing.

Sarah on one of her special horses, Gemini. She raised this one from 4 months of age.

6. How did you get interested in horses?

Sarah: As far as I can tell, I was born with a love of animals, horses in particular, and both my parents liked to ride. One time, a neighbor who was taking riding lessons from me, asked this question: If I had to choose just one animal that I loved, which would it be? She seemed mighty disappointed when I said a dog.

7.Who did the cover art for it?

Sarah: CreateSpace did the cover art and design. They ended up with a good cover, but they charged me additional $79 because I wanted a change. They picked a bay horse with only 3 white hooves. Emily’s horse has to have 4 white hooves because that’s Grandpa’s major objection. They did add the final white hoof. If I were to use the company again, I think I’d use my own design. Still, all in all, I’m pleased.

8. Which company did you choose to publish Emily’s Ride to Courage?

Sarah: I chose CreateSpace because Sable Books, the company I used for Terror’s Identity, was too busy to work with me right now. I heard good things about CreateSpace and saw several of their recently published books and talked to the authors. The books were nicely presented and the printing seemed to be of good quality. It doesn’t hurt that their price is less than the hybrid publisher I used for Terror’s Identity. On the other hand, SableBooks.org is easy to work with and quite thorough.

Now available from in Kindle format on Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Emilys-Ride-Courage-Sarah-Maury-ebook/dp/B0784XFT6X/

Other links for Emily’s Ride to Courage are coming soon, including my new work-in-progress website. I also have a very nice SCBWI Bookstop page. https://www.scbwi.org/scbwibookstop-display/?id=481166

9. Tell us about your first book. Terror’s Identity.

Terror Identity cover

 

Sarah: My first published book was Terror’s Identity. It is about a sixteen-year old boy who has to go into witness protection with his mother and sister because his father is investigating a group of terrorists who are causing problems in the U.S. The terrorists target his family.

The book is selling quite well and getting very good reviews. I’m on my third print run with the publisher, having sold almost 400 books. It is available from CreateSpaceAmazon, and from me at dale4sarah at suddenlink dot net.

And I got a great response from the judge at the Writer’s Digest Self-Published Books contest. Though it would have been lovely to have placed, I came close.

Judge’s Commentary from Writer’s Digest Self-Published Books Contest:

Terror’s Identity presents with a haunting cover design and an equally enticing cover blurb that were both certainly enough to get me hooked. But I was really very excited when I discovered that the author has a fantastic writing style and a voice that is perfectly suited for the genre. This is a really good book. Witness protection, terrorism, and one very brave hero named Aidan, what more could you ask for? This book certainly kept me entertained and turning the pages. The author has done a great job with strong, fast pacing that doesn’t lag. And an equally great job of realistic dialogue that also presents with a nix mix of dialogue and narrative. A great ending and just really strong storytelling left me wanting more. In fact, I hope to read more from this author. A solid entry. My only constructive criticism would be to keep any eye of incorrect use of dialogue tags, overuse of punctuation, and repetitive mannerisms and “ly” adverbs. All of these things are quite common in fiction, but tightening them up whenever possible will only make this a stronger entry. Best of luck with this book and thank you for sharing your world with us.

I try very hard not to use adverbs, but I guess I missed a few. I’ll do better next time.

10. What pleases you about your books?

Sarah: I’m pleased to have people read my books and I’ve enjoyed writing them. I also like reading books, and since I write for children, I find it especially enjoyable to read recently published children’s books and then tell people about them on my blog: http://sarahsbookreflections.com. I also send the reviews to the Children’s Literature Comprehensive Database.

11. What’s been your favorite way to promote a book of yours? 

Sarah: One of my favorite ways to promote my book is by going to our local farmer’s market here in New Bern, NC. I meet lots of local people and people visiting this lovely town. What could be better than being a writer observing people as they go about their business. Many opportunities for making up characters in my head present themselves, like the fellow wearing a khaki kilt and a t-shirt with the logo commenting on the slow medical care given to our veterans. His graying goatee flowing half way down his chest most definitely will show up in a story that I write.

Being the blabber mouth that I am, I happily tell anybody who’ll listen about my books. I’ve sold a lot of books that way, because I almost always have copies in my car.

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If you would like to review either of Sarah’s books, please email her at dale4sarah at suddenlink dot net.

Here are two other blog posts about Sarah Maury Swan:

“Terror’s Identity:” Interview with Sarah Maury Swan, Author and Reviewer

Pub Subbers: What Do We Get Out of It? by Sarah Maury Swan

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Joan’s Elder Care Guide Makes a Great Gift for Caregivers


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“Joan’s Elder Care Guide Makes a Great Gift for Caregivers” by Joan Y. Edwards

Thank you to everyone who has purchased a copy of Joan’s Elder Care Guide for yourself or for a caregiver you know. I appreciate it very much. I really want to help caregivers. Many of them don’t know about my book. I’d appreciate it very much if you would tell the caregivers you know about it.

Joan’s Elder Care Guide provides caregivers essential information they need to meet their needs and the needs of those in their care.

Caregivers spend so much time caring for and about their elders, they forget to do things for themselves. Therefore, this book makes a nice gift to remind them to take time for themselves and to help them find the help they need.  

One friend bought the book for herself and put notes in the margins telling things she wanted her caregivers to do if she ever needs that extra boost of care.

Here are 3 excerpts from reviews:

“A compact resource that addresses the typical concerns of those who care for the elderly.”— Kirkus Reviews

All your questions that you didn’t even know you should ask are answered in this book on Elder Care-it’s great!—Barbara Lunow

There is advice for how to handle emotions that are sure to arise and for making sure to provide social outlets for your elder, and so much more. From first deciding the best location for your loved one to the end of life discussions, this book has it all. The book even provides checklists to use and a whole host of resources!—Shawn Simon

Joan’s Elder Care Guide: Empowering You and Your Elder to Survive

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Free Giveaway Offer

From November 23, 2017 until midnight December 31, 2017, if you buy a copy of Joan’s Elder Care Guide and send me a copy of your order confirmation to joanyedwards1@gmail.com, I’ll send you a PDF with 5 devotionals for caregivers free.

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Happy Thanksgiving 2017


“Happy Thanksgiving 2017!

Thank you for reading my blog and for commenting on my blog posts.  It is a wonderful experience to share information with you. It makes me feel good to know that you and I enjoy learning about the same topics. My aim is to encourage and inspire you to continue on your journey in life.

I pray that God bless you with an abundance of everything you need, wisdom to make good choices, and courage to honor and respect yourself, your family, your country, and the whole world.  May you reach your goals and feel great satisfaction for what you accomplish every day of your life.

Focus on solutions. Save our environment. Love being who we are.  Put trust and integrity into our world. A good day that begins with one word of encouragement for one person can multiply if you pass it on to another person you meet that day. One word can be small for you but  big in the heart of the receiver.

For instance, holding the door open for someone carrying boxes or pushing a wheelchair is a small thing for you, but a great relief and help for the person for whom you held the door.

When math is easy for you, helping someone with math is a little thing. When math is difficult for someone, when they receive help it is a big thing.

I love our world and am glad to be here with you. Thank you for sharing your world with me.

Happy Thanksgiving.

Believe in You
God blessed our world with you.
God blessed me when we met online or in person.
Thank you.
Joan Y. Edwards

BLASTY Stops Illegal Downloads: Interview with Olivier Zetlers, CEO and Cofounder


 

man who is cofounder of BLASTY software

Olivier Zetlers, CEO and Cofounder of BLASTY.

“BLASTY Stops Illegal Downloads: Interview with Olivier Zetlers, CEO and Cofounder” by Joan Y. Edwards

I am pumped up with excitement that Olivier Zetlers, CEO and Cofounder of Blasty is our guest today. 

1.How did you and the other people who combine forces to start BLASTY?  

OZ: My former company was an advertising agency where I was working with many creators. I understood how important copyright was for them and that the Internet was destroying value of this copyright. In 2014, I became an advisor for a music distribution company which was facing similar copyright issues. That’s when I decided to create Blasty.

Olivier (CEO), Cosima (Analyst), Matthieu (CDO) and Wilfried (CTO)

2. Is there a personal reason why getting rid of the illegal downloading of copyrighted books, CDs, and art images is important to you?

OZ: My very personal point of view is that the situation is totally unfair and unacceptable.

3. What do you want Blasty users and fans to know about your company? 

OZ: I would like our users and fans to understand that we really put all our energy into this battle. We encountered many technical hurdles but we overcame every one of them. We intend to remain in this focused mindset. 

Olivier (CEO), Wilfried (CTO), Cosima (analyst), Anna (analyst) Team 2 of Blasty

Olivier (CEO), Wilfried (CTO), Cosima (Analyst), Anna (Analyst)

4. Do you have suggestions besides using BLASTY that authors, artists, illustrators, musicians, and publishers might do prevent illegal downloading? (copyright page notices, other notices)

OZ: Blasty is really the most useful and consistent way to protect a copyright online.

logo for Blasty

Logo for Blasty – Stop Illegal Downloading
www.blasty.co

5. What is the goal of BLASTY?

OZ: Our goal is to unite as many creators around our cause and mission. The more authors are convinced that it is worth protecting their copyright, the more their voice will be heard by those people and institutions with political power to curb digital law in their favor.

6. Who can benefit from joining BLASTY? (Authors, artists, illustrators, musicians, publishers)

OZ: Any author, creator, producer, publisher or distributor of books, audiobooks, courses, videos, downloadable graphic resources (such as themes & templates), music or software can benefit from using BLASTY.

7. Please explain how BLASTY works.

OZ: Blasty monitors Google for illegal copies of your content and lets you very easily submit DMCA take down notices to Google, Bing, Yahoo and the hosting websites for infringements.

Blasty now works on both Windows and Mac. As of today, Blasty requires Google Chrome to operate BUT this is going to be fixed by end of November. Starting December 1st, Blasty will also perfectly work with Safari and Firefox.

The most automated plan is Blasty Full Power. 

8. Please explain your membership deals at the present time.

OZ: Blasty offers 3 plans with both a monthly and yearly subscription.

Blasty Free which monitors Google for your content without the possibility to submit Blasts.

Blasty Basic ($9.99 per month or $77.88 per year) offers unlimited manual Blasts.

Blasty Full Power ($19.99 per month or $155.88 per year) offers unlimited automatic Blasts.

Go to Blasty: http://www.blasty.co/ 

9. Will you read and respond to readers who leave a comment?   

OZ: of course!

10. Thank you again, Olivier, for agreeing to be a guest on my blog. I am honored.

OZ: my pleasure! 

Results of Giveaway: Thank you to all who left questions and comments before midnight November 17, 2017 for this interview with Olivier Zetlers about Blasty.co/.

  1. Peggles381(Margaret Gumble),
  2. Dr. Bob Rich
  3. Sandra Warren
  4. Gretchen Griffith
  5. Violette Early
  6. Karen Cioffi-Ventrice 

Random.org chose number 3 so, congratulations to Sandra Warren. She won a 50% off coupon for BLASTY.co/ from Olivier and Blasty. You are a lucky lady.

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