Tag Archive: Books

Dec 12 2016

Fatima Visitation Overview: Could the Warning Still Be Valid Today?

Mary of Fatima

I recently read a wonderful book called “Miracles of Mary: Apparitions, Legends, and Miraculous Works of the Blessed Virgin Mary,” by Michael S. Durham. Copyright, 1995, Blackberry Press. A fascinating read! Great way to introduce the Mother of Christ, Jesus, and her importance to people. It discusses the numerous visitations, warnings, healings and miracles she …

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Aug 22 2016

5 Steps to Short-Circuit Stress

Comfy chair, book, and coffee mug

I had to write a paper for my Psychology class on how I used the ‘5 steps to short-circuit stress’, in my life. In other words, how to turn a negative situation into a position one. The grade I received for this paper was – Wonderful. (I assume that is an A.) Maybe these steps …

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Oct 16 2014

What to do?

I have been doing research on Cuzco, Peru. I am thinking about adding it to the Hayden Heyer and the Twin Guardians storyline in book 2 but recently found out the next Da Vinci Code movie is all about the demons in Peru. Now, I’m wondering if I should add it. I don’t want them …

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Oct 04 2014

Dividing a Book

Writing Picture

As a writer, there are many liberties I can take when writing a novel series. I can make the character purple, from outer space, and like peanut butter, or be pregnant with a ground hog. Another liberty is the decision to break up or increase the storyline, which I have done. I decided to take …

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Nov 11 2013

Quick Quotes

Here is a couple quotes from the book “Hayden Heyer and the Twin Guardians,” by D. Perdue Henderson. Opening of the novel. “It was 4 a.m., dark and rainy. The wind whipped through you like a cold chill in April, only it was mid June, evident that change was in the air.” “Darkness masked most …

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Mar 13 2012

Expert Or Not

In the last few weeks I have received numerous comments and compliments regarding my expertise on the subject of abuse and abduction. I don’t want to mislead anyone, so I thought I better clarify a few things. First, I am not an expert. I do not have a PHD in Psychology or a degree in …

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Jul 26 2011

Next DPH Book To Be First In A Series

My next book is finished and will be the first in a series of three. Right now it is with a friend who has become my editor, until I can find a major publishing company to take me on. It is about a young girl who is asked by God to assist him and assigns twins …

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