Month: June 2015
I am incredibly blessed.
I am blessed to have had great CPs and betas and editors and designers for this book.
I am blessed to have the words of my friend Leah Raeder on this book.
I am blessed to have had the Fantastic Flying Book Club reach out to me to offer to organize me a blog tour.
I am blessed to have had wonderful blog hosts, reviewers, interviewers, and artists make this past week – month, even – a truly beautiful and incredible one.
I am blessed to have amazing readers and fans and friends who’ve supported and advocated for this book in every channel possible.
I am blessed to have gone to Barnes & Noble and looked at the shelves and seen the first romantic, kissy f/f YA I ever have, and see my name on it besides.
I am blessed to have experienced this pride…
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The strongest people aren’t always the
people who win, but the people who don’t
give up when they lose.
By R.L. Stollar, HA Community Coordinator
Two Joshes. Both ATI alumni. Both perpretrators of serious crimes.
But each one received very different reactions from the conservative Christian milieu in which they grew up. And those reactions are worth taking a closer look at.
Josh Duggar was homeschooled by his parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, with the Advanced Training Institute — the homeschooling curriculum developed by Inge Cannon (the former Director of HSLDA’s National Center for Home Education) for Bill Gothard’s Institute in Basic Life Principles. According to a police report released last week, Josh molested at least five young girls. Josh began molesting these girls around the age of 14, despite him claiming that he “accepted Christ at the age of seven.” Josh’s crimes were not reported for at least a year, and only then they were reported to a police officer who himself was later convicted…
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