Join me and other Catholic bloggers at RAnn’s Place for Sunday Snippets. Here are my contributions for the week:
A Catholic Alternative to Trashy Novels, my latest post at Amazing Catechists. It’s not too late to win one of four print and four Kindle copies of my novels. Just leave a comment anywhere on the Amazing Catechists site before Monday (to win one of my books) or Thursday, to win any of the remaining books.
The First Church Bells by Catherine Doherty Beautiful Advent reflections from the foundress of Madonna House.
The Feast of St. Nicholas This includes some great links about St. Nicholas and fun activities for kids.
Let it snow, Let it snow A few photos I took this past week.
A Woman Wrapped in Silence
Reflections on Mary by Catherine Doherty.
7 Quick Takes Friday (in connection with Conversion Diary’s post) includes the more recent video of my husband and three of our sons performing Carol of the Bells (Trans Siberian Orchestra arrangement)…and with my youngest son, Paul, on the drums.
Join me and other Catholic bloggers at RAnn’s Place as we share posts from the previous week.
Here are my posts:
Chillingly Similar Cases to Stealing Jenny Actual cases of pregnant women being abducted by infertile women.
Flat Tire Prayer one of the three stories I contributed to the new book, God Moments II.
The Third Floor Window by Colleen Spiro A review of fellow Sunday Snippets participant, Colleen Spiro’s, outstanding book.
Fiction Friday – Pro Luce Habere An excerpt from Pro Luce Habere, a beautifully written “vampire” book with Catholic themes.
Join me at RAnn’s Place for Sunday Snippets, where Catholic bloggers get together and share posts from the previous week. Please check out the other bloggers’ posts!
Here are my posts:
The Beauty of Autumn in the Ottawa Valley
Review of Be An Amazing Catechist: Sacramental Preparation
Blog Talk Radio Interview with Coral Russell
The Joy of Mothering Musical Sons A fun video: “Hrkach and Sons.”
At the Hour of Our Death, Amen (excerpt from my book, Emily’s Hope, based on a true story).
Stylish Blogger Award
Join me at RAnn’s Place where Catholic bloggers share posts from the previous week. Please check out the other bloggers’ posts!
Here are my contributions for the week:
Working With An Editor, my post for the Catholic Writers Guild blog
Desperate Plea for Help, about our friend’s desperation when his girlfriend was enticed into a cult.
My Relatives Are My Biggest Fans (Photo)
Powerful Weapon The Holy Rosary can be a powerful weapon…
Fiction Friday – Review of Pro Luce Habere
Pregnancy and Infant Loss
Photo copyright Ellen Gable Hrkach
Join me and the other bloggers at RAnn’s place for Sunday Snippets – A Catholic Carnival. Please check out the other bloggers’ posts. Here are my contributions for the week:
Hope and Trust, an article about trusting in God’s will.
Feast of the Archangels with a quote from Blessed John Paul II and the St. Michael Prayer.
One of my favorite Catholic novels is now available on Kindle. Check out the info and leave a comment to be entered to win a free Kindle copy of this book: Fiction Friday – Passport Now Available on Kindle
Photo copyright Josh Hrkach
Here are this week’s contributions to RAnn’s Sunday Snippets. Please check out the other contributors’ posts!
Stealing Jenny Now Available
Featured in Local Paper
Catechizing Through Fiction
Photo copyright 2011 Josh Hrkach
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Here are my contributions to this week’s RAnn’s Sunday Snippets A Catholic Carnival Meme. Come check out the other bloggers’ posts!
Free Giveaway on Goodreads Free copies of my new novel will be given away to ten lucky winners on September 15th.
Stealing Jenny Receives Seal of Approval
Four Nine is the Magic Number
Fiction Friday: Flannery O’Connor An excerpt from Flannery O’Connor’s short story, “A Good Man is Hard to Find.”