Share the Love ~ September

Good morning, dear reader! How’s the weather in your part of the world? It’s 89 degrees here in the South. Yep. I’m thankful for the air conditioning. Whew! Now you know why I love sharing colorful fall photos. πŸ™‚ I don’t get to see the crimson, umber, and golden hues of the season except online. Happy Fall, y’all!

Reading

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My Fall TBR Stack ~ Connect in Fiction with Marguerite Gray
Any Jane Austen Fans? ~ Jessy
Enchanting Nicholette by Dawn Crandall ~ Amanda Geaney

Writing

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A Show of Hands ~ Jubilee Writer (My hubby washes or wrings his hands when he’s worried. Like during childbirth! Just saying that after hearing complaints about guys wringing their hands. πŸ™‚ )
Seven Secrets to Funny Fiction by Angela Ruth Strong ~ Christian Shelf-Esteem
Using Short Stories to Plot a Rough Draft ~ A Writer’s Path

Inspiring

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In The Weakness ~ The Bottom of a Bottle
Why is Asking for Prayer Hard? ~ Sarah Loudin Thomas
A History WITH God Only Serves to Amplify the Word OF God: What’s Your Story? ~ Rejoicing in the Fire

Winner

Congratulations, Michelle! You are the winner ofΒ  A Flute in the Willows by Carole Brown. Woo hoo!

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10 thoughts on “Share the Love ~ September

  1. Gail, what a fun post! You’ve read some great posts and books. And I love that I know some of the names of people whose words you’ve shared.

    We’ve had unseasonably warm days in September. I do get fall colors in my neck of the country, but I’m not sure how the hot, then cold, then hot will affect them. πŸ™‚

    • Good morning, Jeanne. We are still having summer weather here. But when I think of last year’s winter, I don’t fuss too much about the heat. Winter was longer and colder than usual here in Georgia. So I’m thankful for the heat. I get my fall colors through Unsplash and Pixabay. LOL. Have a blessed week.

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