Why one should always try to master new skills, even when their need isn’t obvious.
What has Genevieve been doing during her visits with Alyssa that she’s keeping from Leah?
Josh Calhoun has seen enough fighting to last a lifetime, but how will he react to seeing Atlanta burn?
Saturday morning, Rhiannon drives the cousins to the airport, and after an extended session of hugs and tears, they board their plane. They arrive in Atlanta late afternoon and take public transportation to Ponce de Leon, where Abigail has found a motel that won’t strain their budget too much. Arriving there, Genevieve says of the … Continue reading Worthy, Genevieve & Abigail in Atlanta
Genevieve bounces around the living room of her cousin’s house while Rosalind talks to Barbara. She was excited to meet Lenora, Barbara’s daughter, and wishes she could be outside with her, but her mother wanted them to stay together. The house smells like cinnamon, and Genevieve hopes there will be cookies. Though she’s exploring, she … Continue reading Worthy: Genevieve Visits Barbara
Leonard Stringer Leonard Stringer is a features writer and reporter, mainly employed by the Atlanta Journal/Constitution but syndicated to hundreds of papers throughout the country at the height of his career. Leonard Stringer With the decline of newspapers in the Internet era, Lenny chose not to become a commentator in network news, so he’s semi-retired, … Continue reading Characters: Leonard Stringer
Atlanta Stories: Reconstruction. I’m pleased to announce that Atlanta Stories: Reconstruction has been reviewed at Book Review Directory.
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While most are familiar with the four canonical gospels found in the Bible, early Christianity produced many gospels, one for just about every notable follower of Jesus. The Gnostics were some of the most prolific in this endeavor, issuing gospels for Peter, Thomas, Mary Magdalene, and even Judas Iscariot. There are surviving relicts of the … Continue reading Real Bible Studies: The Gospels