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I attended a secular writers critique group for years. The leader founded the group for Sci-fi writers but accepted what life gave him – a diverse group writing in different genres. He was the only one writing Sci-fi material. I … Continue reading
Every Monday night for five years I attended a secular writer’s critique group. I wanted to attend a Christian group. If one existed in the New Orleans area they were well hidden because I could not find them and settled … Continue reading
Jean Trufant Harvey introduces Jean De Dieu Musabyimana who shares how he survived the Rwandan Genocide when he was eleven years old.
I was on my way out of the sanctuary when a friend invited me to lunch. I worked my way through the buffet line and sat down with my fish, fried okra and salad expecting a pleasant lunch with several … Continue reading