Category Archives: Catholic Fiction

If Andrew Were Real…

Interesting. I’ve been working on trying to get back to my writing. And I still have no story planned for my character Andrew, but he’d fit perfectly into this statistics of this year’s class of new priests. http://www.catholicclergy.net/articles/typical-new-priest/

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Fiction or Real Life?

And man… I guess stereotypes exist for a reason. I’ve been kind of following a scandal in Florida about the young, handsome priest who was seen on a beach in the arms of a woman. Apparently he’s been thinking of … Continue reading

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Been Thinking Again…

Amazing huh? Actually, I’ve been thinking about my writing in relation to the niche or genre in which I’d like to eventually market it. I pretty much think I write for a women’s oriented audience, it may be chick lit … Continue reading

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A scene inspired by real events.

Just a little scene that I wrote the other day after a story I was told. It’s been brewing in my head for weeks and it’s just a little something I put together one day to get it out of … Continue reading

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Enjoy The Silence

So, lately, (again) I’ve been revising my novel, my second one. To say it’s Catholic is an understatement. Of course my main character spends the first half of it declaring how much of a heathen she is, she constantly gives … Continue reading

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Starbucks Closing 600 Stores…

so explain to me why they opened a new one, a drive through, less than 1/4 mile from one, near the grocery store with a Starbucks counter??? And thanks to the drive-thru Starbucks I am wide awake because I got … Continue reading

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Ponderings … Catholic Fiction

I saw this first at Amy Welborn’s blog, which directed me here to the Inside Catholic book circle. It sounds like something worth checking out and following along. So I ask myself the question: What is Catholic Fiction? Is it … Continue reading

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