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Monday, November 5, 2012

My New Magazine Career Etc...

Today starts a new venture for me. I'm now writing inspirational articles for a women's online magazine called iflourish at . The magazine began as a local endeavor and is relaunching in an online format today with my article called "Spacious Living in an Expansive God." I would highly recommend to all my female friends that they sign up to have these daily inspirational encouragements sent to them by email. Just click on the envelope icon at the top to subscribe through feedburner. The women involved in this magazine are all wonderful women of God, many of whom lead major ministries.

In other news, some early reviews for Love in Three-Quarter Time are coming in. Check them out on Amazon. And while you're there, you might also want to read the free sample of the novel. Remember, it's only $3.99. And here's my blog tour schedule so far for November and December:

November 8th: "The Power of Change" at
November 8th: "Overcoming through Dance" at
November 9th and 10th: Reviews of LITQT at
November 13th: "Launching a Career" at
November 15th: "A Fusion of Cultures" at
November 15th: Featured with the CACW on USA Today's Happily Ever After Blog 
November 16th: "Regency Influence on the American Frontier" at
November 21st: Tea Party at 
December 5th: "Making History Work for You" at 

Finally, here's a little teaser of my first magazine article...

Spacious Living in an Expansive God Part I

Hi, I’m Dina, and I’m new to the iflourish staff. So I wanted to share a little bit about who I am. Not my job, or my relationship status, or even the number of kids I have. No. I mean who I really am deep inside. For the last three years I’ve been grappling with the same few Bible verses from Matthew. I’ve been determined to learn how to live “freely and lightly” in the flow of the Holy Spirit. I’ve been discovering the “unforced rhythms of grace.” And quite a journey it has been.

Then a few weeks ago while I was attending the American Christian Fiction Writers Conference in Dallas, TX, I took a class called Live Free. Write Free. Honestly, I figured it would just be a relaxing class that would reinforce my own thoughts and beliefs on the subject. A friend of mine was one of the instructors, and I always enjoy hearing him speak. But the class pushed me to a new level of freedom. Even for me.
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