Author Archives: Rose McCauley

21st Kentucky Christian Writers conference Day 3–Farewell

It was hard to say our Farewell to all the new friends and familiar ones on our last day at the conference. After announcements and worship we began with another excellent class by Brandilyn Collins. This 2 hour class on … Continue reading

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KY Christian Writers Conference, part 2

We’re baaack! After lunch on Friday June 23rd at the KY Christian Writers Conference, I took Cara Putman’s class on “Writing and Editing Tool Kit” which was very informative. Cara, a lawyer who also writes, said, “When you have the … Continue reading

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Kentucky Christian Writers Conference, part 1

The 21st annual Kentucky Christian Writers Conference, started by Kate Thomas, was held at the Grace Heartland Church in Elizabethtown, KY, June 22-24, 2017. Super worship led by Lydia Walker, stellar teaching by many (more on that later), and wonderful … Continue reading

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Everyone loves a sale! Especially a BOGO!

Everyone likes a sale, right? Especially a BOGO! Well, here’s a deal for you: Buy either the print or e-book version of WoH’s newest novella set, Destination: Romance; send confirmation of purchase to admin@wingsofhopepublishing.com; and receive the e-version of Kim … Continue reading

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K-Love Cruise by Kim Vogel Sawyer

From Kim: I love K-Love cruisin’! I went on my first K-Love cruise in 2008 and have gone every year since. But 2016 was extra special. For one, we were cruising with our pals Rose and Chester—always more fun when … Continue reading

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New book by Kimberly Rose Johnson

After you look at this picture and read the blurb, I bet you will want to order An Encore for Estelle by Kimberly Rose Johnson! Book Blurb: The theater ties them together but a painful past could pull them apart. At a … Continue reading

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