I kept a journal, created stories, wrote speeches, essays and church plays. When I was in school, I often entered story or speech writing contests and I usually placed in the top four. In college, I had one professor tell me that she wanted an autographed copy of my first book.
Now that my children are on their own, I am returning to my passion and maybe one day soon, I will be able to send my professor an autographed copy of my first book (which I am seeking to get published). It is a collection of biblically-based first-person accounts of the events surrounding the Nativity by the main participants. It is divided into three sections by geography:
Each section has an introduction to set the stage and the devotional theme, three or four short stories that amplify the theme, a conclusion to draw it together and make applications to our life today.
Stay tuned for more information as the journey to publication unfolds.
“Why My Daily Devotional Time Isn’t Optional Anymore,” published on MelanieRedd.com, April 2022
“How Our Light Can Shine Brightest in the Darkness,” published on CarryOnMyHeart.com, June 2022
“Is All Scripture Profitable for Instruction?” published by Christian Women Online, June 2022
“Simon the Pharisee and Me,” published by Adventist Review in 2014.
Half-hour audio scripts recorded and aired by Your Story Hour: