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The Burning One – A Short Story by Author Jessica Leigh

In many cultures, visitation by a divine angel can occur in varying forms. Have you ever experienced an angelic event that touched your life? ~Jessica Leigh The Burning One Moonlight slid through the open window and kissed her awake. Eva … Continue reading

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The Lady in Red – a Historical Short Story

This is a true story as told by my great-grandfather, Joseph F. Kepler. ~Written and recounted by Jessica Leigh I would never forget that morning. At the very least, until my dying day. Mayhap even longer should the Lord see … Continue reading

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The Art of Crafting a Character

Fellow author Luke Murphy and I agree wholeheartedly on this sentiment – character development is everything to the ultimate success of a novel.  And we are talking not only the evolution and structure of a character, but also in his or … Continue reading

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Waiting for Eden

There is nothing quite like the bubbling internal excitement you feel when you wrap up a full length novel. Waiting for Eden will be available for purchase on Kindle within several weeks.  I hope my readers have as much fun … Continue reading

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Spirit Within

What is a soul comprised of? It’s an age-old question, as we’ve always pondered the inner-force, or spirit, within ourselves as well as other forms of life. Last night I watched a dog dream. She yelped, barked, and shook wildly. … Continue reading

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Golden Day

When I woke up this morning, the mountain outside my window was golden. This is a glorious element of spring in eastern Pennsylvania, but it is transient… a single day when the leaves of the forest trees begin to unfold … Continue reading

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In Pennsylvania where I live, spring is elusive this year. It teases for a day, then flutters away yet again. But subtle signs remain everywhere. Writing involves evoking all the senses, then melding them together as one. Wherever you are … Continue reading

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