Click on the photographs for a direct link to a author page, website, or blog written by these ladies.
I’m Diane Estrella, wife, cool home-schooling mom, speaker, aspiring children’s writer, part-time blogger, (full-time social media recreationalist) and semi-professional encourager. I’m good for a moments distraction from life, and any help I can be to others. That’s my purpose….That’s what I’m here for…Like, totally!
If you are a Christian writer looking to connect with other Christians in the writing and speaking world, visit Diane's "Meet and Greet" page on her site.
If you are looking for a blog to do it all for you ~ visit Diane's "That's What I'm Here for".
"As a multi-tasker extrodinaire (as many mother's are) Amy juggles her family and career while spending the wee hours of the nights writing when the house finally falls silent. She is an advocate for children with special needs and tries to give a voice to those who are silenced by abuse. Amy's writing is driven by the forces in her life. She choose to uses words to find strength and healing with each challenge that she is faced with."
Amy released an anthology of stories she collected, and many she has written about the joys and struggles of raising and/or living with a learning disabled child. "Sometimes the Wind Blows Sideways" is available on Amazon.com.
"Elaine W. Miller is a popular author and speaker known for sharing biblical insights with warmth, enthusiasm, and humor.
A Member of the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association, she has brought a splash of serenity to audiences for over 25 years. Elaine is the author of three books, Splashes of Serenity: Bathtime Reflections for Drained Moms, Splashes of Serenity: Bathtime Reflections for Drained Wives, and We All Married Idiots: Three Things You'll Never Change About Your Marriage and Ten Things You Can. Her work is published inSanctuary—A Devotional Bible for Women as well as several magazines.
Elaine and her husband, an ordained minister with the Christian and Missionary Alliance, have led many marriage retreats and counseled numerous hurting couples. They travel annually to Bosnia as a Pastoral Care Couple to missionaries there.
Residing in upstate New York, Elaine and Dan enjoy a beautiful life and ministry together. Three married children and eight grandchildren complete their joy."
Elaine has two "Splashes of Serenity" books available and her newest release, "We All Married Idiots". Visit her website or Amazon.com.
Paula writes: "Through my writing I hope to inspire readers to apply God’s Word to everyday life. For years my near obsession with searching for “Mr. Right” only left my heart empty. When I turned to God for comfort I found so much more than the even my idyllic dreams of the ‘perfect’ mate.
Now I know firsthand that completeness and contentment is only found when our eyes are focused on Jesus. I love to share with others what I’m learning about the depth of God’s Love.
I’m also learning that life is a big puzzle. It is full of complexities and challenges, each of which threatens our peace and well-being. God’s Word provides us with peace in the midst of this puzzle. If we seek Him in the good and the bad He will show us a peace that we can’t find on our own.
I hope you’ll join me as we discover together how to fit in life’s puzzle and that the puzzle can only be complete when we are all in it together with God’s love."
Paula just released a Christmas Devotional - "Cherish This Christmas", available on Amazon.com.
Jody writes, "I was introduced to Christ during the Jesus Movement in 1972. My journey these past 40 years has been what John Eldridge has called a “sacred romance." I am teacher, a writer, a speaker, as well as a wife, mother, and grandmother. But above all, I am a disciple and follower of Jesus Christ."
Jody recently released a few new books. Check her out by clicking her photo to the left or typing in "J.A. Zilske" on Amazon.com.
Certified Paralegal; holds a diploma in Theology. Newspaper columnist affiliated with Good News Paper in Syracuse, NY.
Mary's blog will challenge you and motivate you to stand up for what is right and to be the man/woman of God you are called to be. Her book is busting at the seams, I just know it.
Melissa's heart for God overflows the pages of poetry and inspirational essays. While most of her publications bless only her home church, we (her writers' group family) are counting down the days to purchase her first chap book or devotional.