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The Art of Losing Yourself by Katie Ganshert

When I discover a new (or new-to-me) author that I love, I’m usually quite thrilled about it. It usually means that there is a small pile of new novels out there that I can’t wait to read. 621 more words

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Conflict and Tension in the Search for Perfect Peace

In the world of fiction writing, an often talked about topic is a little something called conflict.

A story isn’t a story without it. It’s a topic you’ll see in almost every writing craft book on the shelf. 481 more words


The Gifting

“If science is right, then I am crazy. And crazy is dangerous.”

Tess Eckhart has always felt things nobody else can feel. Then the Ouija board incident happens at a high school party. 625 more words


An October Bride: A Year of Wedding Novellas by Katie Ganshert ~Review~

An October Bride by Katie Ganshert

An experience of Small Town USA, a bucket list, plans for a fake wedding, childhood sweethearts, a veterinary practice, and a man dying of cancer. 924 more words

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Abundant Life in the Muddy Middle

I always get a little sad when I hear people say, “I have a boring testimony.”

As if 1, any incident of passing from death to live could possibly be boring. 367 more words


Featured Book: The Art of Losing Yourself by Katie Ganshert

If you’re looking for a book that contains real characters and real stories, then perhaps this book is for you. If you’re looking for a light read, this won’t be one of those. 481 more words


When Doubt Comes Knocking

My upcoming novel–The Art of Losing Yourself–releases in a few short weeks. It’s a story about two sisters, one who struggles with doubt. 507 more words