Indie Author Blog Tag

Greetings, this Monday! Some of you may be unaware that I am an independently published author of several fantasy novels. Others of you doubtless already know this. Anyway, I occasionally do Blog Tags, and I decided to do this Indie Author Blog Tag by R.M Archer (https://rmarcher.com/2021/11/indie-author-blog-tag-and-giveaway-winner-announcements/). I discovered it on E.G Bella’s blog (https://egbella.com/2021/11/19/indie-author-blog-tag/). …

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The Gods and the One Who is Not Challenged

Early on, the majority of those who confessed Jesus to be the Son of God, crucified and risen again, decided that there were no gods, that all the gods of the Pagans were either figments of their imagination or demons from hell, and that anyone was a heretic who acknowledged the existence of governing spirits …

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Guest Post: Raina Nightingale & Kingdom of Light — Mariella Hunt

Louisa’s village – and the entire known kingdom – lives in complete darkness, using crude torches for what light they must have, and sleeping and going about their work either in the poor light of the torches or in complete darkness.Guest Post: Raina Nightingale & Kingdom of Light — Mariella Hunt

Never Have I Ever - Writers' Edition - Blog Tag

Never Have I Ever – Writers’ Edition – Blog Tag

This tag was created by Bree at The Long Voyage, and I decided I'd try it. First of all, the rules: Link and thank the blogger who tagged you (I got this tag from E.G Bella) Include the graphic somewhere in the post (or make your own!) Answer the questions truthfully and honestly. Tag 3 …

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The Gifts of Faeri – Book Review and Author Interview

Julia Witmer, Author

The Gifts of Faeri by Raina Nightingale starts off strong, with opening pages that draw you in and an interesting concept from the very beginning. Coming in at 64 pages, The Gifts of Faeri is a quick and easy but enjoyable read, suitable for a young adult audience (ages 13+, especially for ages 13-18).

I am so glad I got the chance to read and review this book as a part of Raina’s launch – and, on top of that, I also got to interview the author! Stick around for a slightly more in-depth look at the book (which will remain short and to the point, as the book wasn’t horribly long, and I want plenty of room for the author interview), and an interview with Raina herself! Here’s a discription of the story:

The Gifts of Faeri by Raina Nightingale

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#WritingCommunityBlogAward

Hi! I'm doing an amazing number of  Blog Posts lately. Julia Witmer tagged me for Lauryn Trimmer's #WritingCommunityBlogAward. Thanks, but this is more than a little different for me. I think I've turned down blogging nominations before. Usually, questions are very difficult, even if answerable, but these I think I can do. Anyway, here are …

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The Sovereignty of God Glorified in Human Freedom

God is in control. No one can thwart His purposes. No one can hold back His hand or say to Him, “What have You done?” Whatever happens, happens because He has willed it so. Amazing, right? Jesus is the King of kings and Lord of lords. He is the ruler over everything that happens, in …

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What Jesus’ Words Mean in the Context of the Holiness of God

God is holy, jealous, and alone in majesty; He will not share His name, His prerogative or His glory with any other. Jesus Christ has claimed the name of God, He has claimed the prerogatives of God, and He has claimed the glory of God. Unless Jesus Christ is, in very fact, God, He has blasphemed Him. The Jews of His day understood that. That is why when He said, “I am; and you will see the Son of Man seated at the right hand of the Power and coming on the clouds of heaven,” they condemned Him to death for blasphemy. God is Holy and God is King, and no one but God can sit down at His right hand.