Lots of wonderful accomplishments this month. Thanks for sharing them with me, so I can share them with our blog readers.

Anne Warden had a nursing article called “Can I Lose My Compassion?” accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of American Nurse Today, the journal of the American Nurses Association. AWESOME!

Julie Arduini is now part of the Christians Read blogging team. The blog is a place where authors come together to share their love of reading, the writing craft, quotations, and devotional thoughts. Julie posts every other Wednesday. GREAT

Kelvin Fowler is doing a seven-city, seven-night, seven-gigs poetry and short story tour of Ireland and the UK in November. WOW!

Norma Thurston-Holtman‘s guest devotionals appeared on Laurie Alice Eakes blog: A Cheerful Heart – 10/3/2011, and God Remembered – 9/12/2011.   Norma has also had two poems published on www.christiandevotions.us, My Refuge – published 7/20/2011 and True Freedom’s Symbol – published 9/11/11. They also published her devotional, My Portion Forever – published 9/13/2011. She has more devotionals scheduled for publication in 2012. SUPER JOB!

Sandra Peut‘s debut romantic suspense novel, Blue Freedom, was short-listed for the 2011 CALEB Prize (Australian Christian authors award) in the fiction category. WONDERFUL!

Debbie Button‘s article “Living Outside the Bubble” was published in Quest, Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Research and Health Magazine.  This is her third article in this magazine. SUPER!

Jae Blakney‘s intercultural thriller Resist The Devil is published and available on Kindle. GREAT!

Lynda Lee Schab‘s debut novel, Mind Over Madi, releases November 15 from Oak Tara Publishers. WOOWOO!

Debbie Roome, Tracy Ruckman, and Amy Barkman’s new book, Board To Death, released earlier this month. GREAT NEWS!

Debbie Roome’s 2010 Page Turner winning book, Magnitude 7.1 & 6.3, launched earlier this month. WHAT A MONTH FOR YOU, DEB!

I so love hearing about your accomplishments. Would LOVE for you to share them with me so I can post them here. Either drop me an email at [email protected], or post it in the cheering section on the FaithWriters boards – otherwise, I may not find out!

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