Writing eBooks made simple!

June 23, 2015 in Christian Living, Family, Health & Fitness, Parenting, Relationships by Terry Miller

Thanks to Jim Paris for his workshop on how to write an eBook! I am pleased to say I have just completed my third one. Two have been published and are available on Smashwords as well as Amazon. The third one is needing final edits and cover design. The first eBook: "21 calls to ACTION for spiritual growth". Words, thoughts, goals very rarely go anywhere without putting them into ACTION. This series of articles has been developed to inspire readers to capture a means of identifying ways to Full Article [...]

Mr. Funderburk Meets 5A

March 16, 2015 in Books, Christian Living, Education, Family, Fiction, Humor, Parenting by Terry C. Markoff

My first book, Mr. Funderburk Meets 5A, a story about a teacher and the odd assortment of characters in his class, was just published by Booklogix late last week.  It can be ordered by going through Amazon, Booklogix, from Terry Markoff via Facebook, my email, or by texting me directly.  My text # is 9729482304.  My email address is tmarkoff@sbcglobal.net  or make a friend request of me on Facebook.  I can send books cheaper than if they are ordered through Amazon.  I also am available to make Full Article [...]

Facebook And Your Checkbook – Rachel Cruze Daughter Of Dave Ramsey Joins Jim Paris Live

November 12, 2014 in Family, Finance, Parenting by James L. Paris

http://www.christianmoney.com On this episode Rachel Cruze, the daughter of Dave Ramsey joins Jim Paris Live. How to teach your kids about money. How does social media affect our spending? What unique financial challenges do Millennials face today? How to go to college without using student loans, the dangers of credit card debt, and much more. Full Article [...]

Pros and Cons of Condo Living (IV)

November 27, 2013 in Christian Living, Family, Parenting, Personal Growth, Relationships by KIDDING, RIGHT?

Because my kids were so small when their father took off, I moved them out of their rooms at night so we could all be together in my giant bedroom and feel safer.  “Baby” would sleep in my bed with me, whereas I dragged a mattress to the foot of my bed for the oldest.  But all bets were off whenever there was any sort of thunder/lightning storm.  Then all the kidlets would promptly jump into Mommie’s king size, whereupon Mommie had to bid farewell to sleep for all the little feet kicking Full Article [...]

30 Days to a Brand New You

October 24, 2013 in Family, Marriage, Parenting, Personal Growth, Relationships by Tracy Tennant

If you could “wave your magic wand” and “poof” something in or out of existence in your life, what would it be? No, I’m not talking about a husband, teenager, or mother-in-law! I’m talking about a behavior, a good habit, or a bad one. The first thought that comes to mind is probably a pet peeve, like, “I wish my husband would be more (fill in the blank)” or “I wish my child wouldn’t _____.” Maybe if you’re an introspective soul, you wish you could change something about yourself. Well, Full Article [...]