We’re pleased to bring you K.C. Hardy’s ONE WAY TICKET HOME blog tour! Please leave a comment to let them know you stopped by! About the Book: Title: One-Way Ticket Home Author: K.C. Hardy Publisher: Casbury Lane Press Pages: 262 Genre: Christian Inspirational Fiction Days before boarding the plane to Italy for her daughter’s wedding, Julie Whitaker receives an unexpected phone call from her past. The memory of Mark Jennings, a handsome and charming…"One-Way Ticket Home by K.C. Hardy – Spotlight"
I was reading an email that I received today and it immediately brought to mind my first marriage. The topic was about longing for a person to turn to, someone to defend you, and keep you safe. The reason I thought of my ex-husband was I did not receive this acceptance and love from him. He never defended me, in fact, he often belittled me and told lies about me. I learned the difficult…"From the Heart – What we all long for"
There was time in my life when I allowed another’s lies to define who I was. That was a lifetime ago; and that time has ended. I don’t know why God put this on my heart today. Maybe with all the violence and ugliness going on in the world, we all need to be reminded to love one another. Maybe someone needed the message I had to impart.…"Lessons I’ve Learned"
A Buyer’s Beware Guide to Remarriage! Learning from the mistakes of a failed first marriage and telling yourself you will do better the next time around is like saying if you lose a football game you’ll win the next one. You will but only if you learn some new plays before you go back on the field. Presented by an attorney who has seen all the warning signs, “BEFORE YOU SAY I DO, AGAIN!”…"Before You Say I DO Again, by Benjamin H. Berkley"
When someone tells you no, does it register? Do you stop what you are doing or saying? Or, do you continue? No, means no! No, I do not want that food. No, do not sit on the dog. No, I do not want to answeryour question. No. No. NO! I recently wrote a piece on manners for my blog; and one of the commenters asked me to write on accepting no. Her example was one…"When no means NO!"
There was time in my life when I allowed another’s lies to define who I was. That was a lifetime ago; and that time has ended. We learn, as Christians, to see Jesus when we look at people; but how many of us actually have that thought running rampant through our mind every second of our busy days? My former mother-in-law never missed an opportunity to voice to my mother that she told her son he should…"Lessons I've Learned"