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Oh, wow! I’ve just watched Jules Riding and Katie singing Surrender on YouTube. Must confess I cried as I watched it.
I’ve realised I haven’t put anything on my website about my darling Eliza’s latest successes…only did it on Facebook. So I’ll just post the Facebook entries below here for those of you that are interested…
11 July 2014
Another wonderful day of beautiful music with two of my daughters in beautiful Christchurch…
Where the River Rises has finally landed in America! The book and the boxed set is now available at Grace and Truth Books. It’s been a long time coming, but finally my American readers can purchase the books in their own country.
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It’s been a long time since I wrote anything here, and I apologize for that! I have been keeping my Facebook page up to date but nothing else…
It’s been a hugely busy time because my darling mother became sick with bronchitis in late May and died two days later on the 29 May 2014, with pneumonia.
29 May 2014
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Some exciting news! Where the River Rises has won the 2014 International Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award in the Children’s 8-12 years category. (This is the same award that Where the Crickets Sing won last year)
Thanks to those of you who took the time and voted. The publicity will be a help in promoting… read more | 4 Comments
Last week we celebrated Mum’s 92nd birthday! My two brothers and Penny and I took her out to lunch at a café, and then went back to her room for some birthday cake. Mum was bright and I know she felt loved.
When we got back to the rest home hospital I noticed one of the ladies looking incredibly sad. She often does, but I
Valentine’s Day. I had a special one. Chris and I went up to the Homewood cabin for the night. We cooked Cajun chicken and rice on an open fire and cracked some sparkling grape juice. Watched a beautiful sunset and then the full moon rise above the pines. We turned on the car radio and had a dance…