Rusty iron yard ornaments are scattered around our place. Some I mow around. Others are relegated to weedy corners. These are my husband’s “projects” that await his attention—parts machinery as well as mostly-intact units that will be lovingly restored to be as close to original as he can make them. Finding the right parts is a major part of the challenge of reconstructing old iron. He attends auctions, tractor shows and farm shows, join clubs, and gets to know people who know where to find the pieces he is looking for. While my husband thrives on the hunt, I go along for the ride. Doug suggested a long time ago.
“FICTION/Christian/Historical” is the notation next to the UPC code on the back of my newest novel. You may wonder “What exactly is Christian fiction?” and “What am I in for if I purchase this book?” “Christian fiction” is a term applied to a wide range of literature and there seems to be no set rules to qualify the use of this term. In general, Christian fiction is more about what is not included in the content of the story rather than what is included. My brand of fiction weaves adventure, romance, and drama in an exciting tale that is free from vulgar language, sexually explicit scenes, and extreme violence. I.
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