Author Archive | Christina Tarabochia

On the Threshold Releases!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Infrequent, Humorous Newsletter Motto: Infrequent and humorous, but never infrequently humorous. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ May 2013 (Issue #14) Time for the age-old question: What should you get your mother for Mother’s Day? It doesn’t matter if you like her or not, we have the perfect answer for you— On the Threshold, which released YESTERDAY, May 1st! […]

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Have You Ever Lived Through "That Summer"?

That SummerBook #1 in the Caney Creek Seriesby Jo Huddleston Released December8A Southern historical novel LEAVE A COMMENT FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A COPY!! The Great Depression brings devastation to The Southern Appalachians, but love’s triangle survives. To escape his poppa’s physical abuse and their dirt-poor farm life, Jim flees to an imagined prosperous […]

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Courting Cate Wins My Heart

I read the most delightful book the other day. And in one day, too! Never had I been so thankful to be stuck in a lobby while a mechanic repaired my car. 🙂 Leslie Gould has always been one of my favorite writers, but she’s hit a new stride lately with her Amish novels. I’ve […]

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Am I Really THAT Old??

I like to weird my kids out by telling them how different certain things were when I was a kid. For instance, all three Berry children had dental appointments today. In the middle of the cleanings, I started in, using a drawling, Texas accent for some reason. “When I was a kid, we only had […]

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A Couple of Good Links

One of my writing friends, Dianne Price, just launched a website. This lady is a dear and I think you’ll fall in love with her just from spending a little time there. I’ve had the pleasure of reading five of her soon-to-be published novels and I love her writing. Her characters, I’m convinced, are alive […]

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Big Family Tip #1

When we first married and combined our five kids into that wonderful thing called a blended family, we all had to get used to living with more people. Specifically, to sharing a bathroom with more people. In the case of the kids, a LOT more people. (All five children share one bathroom.) Though we did […]

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Soul Saver: A Supernatural Winner!

“Your opening pages set the tone for the entire novel, so make sure you follow through with the promise you’re setting up from the first page. Is the mood light or serious? Romantic or mysterious? Tense, suspenseful? Comedic or literary?” Maureen Lang gives this advice on ACFW’s blog today. Which was funny, as I read […]

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