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Catherine and her group of trusted writing professionals provide co-authoring services for Christian memoirs, personalized ghostwriting of your business book, and reviewing help, and machine translated post-editing services.
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It’s Not Just the Grief

It’s Not Just the Grief

I agree it’s the degree of relationship that determines the level of grief, however, I’ve lost my mom, my dad and my husband and I can tell you that the loss of my husband was completely life altering and devastating. Where my mom's and my dad's deaths were not...

Thanksgiving: Open Table

Thanksgiving: Open Table

We're okay today, the first Thanksgiving without our beloved Howard. The kids are gaming and sleeping. I'm making a traditional meal, because I want the smells. We'll eat on it throughout the day. No sit-down. I'm thinking about the future, though. A friend had...

The Never-ending To-Do List and Making a Missionary Out of a Cashier

The Never-ending To-Do List and Making a Missionary Out of a Cashier

I'm on Day 6 of 365 of bible.com's Rick Warren's Daily Devotional and discovered something that was always plainly in front of me, but I was blind to it. It's amazing what insights you can learn when you follow a plan and take notes. From Rick Warren: You can either...

Butterflies and Coins

Butterflies and Coins

My late husband Howard picked up coins. Pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters would appear in his path, and he always, and I mean always, stopped to pick them up. Stooping down from a height of 6’4” was no easy feat, with football knees and medically flat feet, but he...

The Days After

The Days After

A widow named Melody on one of my groups states the mood perfectly: Her wedding day wasn't the best day of her life, it was the start of many best days. Likewise, the day her beloved died wasn't the worst day of her life, it's in living the days after, as the pain...

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