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Labradors and cappuccino

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about me

I was a language teacher for 21 years and gave it up to concentrate on writing but also run a B and B (small time) to earn some money. I have 2 sons, 2 grandsons and 2 dogs. My screen name -Labradors and cappuccino- comes from the fact that I like nothing better than to sit down to a day of reading, writing and editing, with my 2 beloved Labradors, Skye and Summer, and a cappuccino.

favourite books

Any books by or about George Muller. Also - Appointment in Jerusalem by Lydia Prince.
All of Heidi Baker's books -especially, There is always enough.
The Bible.
Your life follows your words.

my websites

http://newscottishtales.wordpress.com    

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my books

Led by the Holy Spirit

Olivia Hope

A true testimony of how the Holy Spirit clearly led and protected single parent and foster parent, Olivia Hope, through many amazing experiences.


A true testimony of how the Holy Spirit clearly led, guided, warned and protected single parent and foster parent, Olivia Hope through several years from her salvation in Christ, through the turbulent years of a pseudo Christian marriage ending in divorce caused by betrayal of an incredible kind, up to the present day. This spellbinding true story will hold you captive from start to finish. It will encourage you to draw closer to God and develop your own close walk with the Holy Spirit as your guide and counsellor. The Holy Spirit leads, guides, protects, gives wisdom... Life is an adventure with the Holy Spirit prompting you.
Read about the Holy Spirit guiding Olivia on dark roads without road signs or a map, vindicating her son when falsely accused and more! When you're a Christian your whole life becomes an adventure!

 

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CLF Manager wrote 84 days ago

Hi Olivia, Would you like to put your book back on CLF2? Up to now....

D.J.Milne wrote 143 days ago

Hi Debbie, Just popped by to say thank you for your support of The T....

CLF Manager wrote 211 days ago

Yes, you suggest it. I invited her to join 75 days ago, but got no re....

CLF Manager wrote 211 days ago

Olivia, Jeri's "Take up your cross" is not part of CLF2. Do you w....

Jerianne wrote 214 days ago

Olivia, I have read and made a comment on your book. Please could ....

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I wrote 211 days ago

Remember commas before and after names or titles or even if you're saying "dear" or darling." "Thank you for your hospitality, Marjorie." "My pleasure, Vicar." You are building up our knowledge of each character nicely and you describe them well -very cleverly in fact. I do wonder though if you mi... view book

I wrote 211 days ago

Remember commas before and after names or titles or even if you're saying "dear" or darling." "Thank you for your hospitality, Marjorie." "My pleasure, Vicar." You are building up our knowledge of each character nicely and you describe them well -very cleverly in fact. I do wonder though if you mi... view book

I wrote 211 days ago

chapter 2 of CLF review continued...Good, believable dialogue which flows well. I found the bit about Father A thinking of Fenella unnecessary and forced, though. You need to use a comma before and after a name when a person is being addressed, so for example, "You're in the catering business, Grac... view book

I wrote 211 days ago

CLF review. Hello Kathryn! I'm going to read at least 3 chapters of your book and comment and then maybe read some more later because I like it. I'll need to do it one chapter at a time or I'll forget details. Okay, the positive things first. I find your book very well written generally and at tim... view book

I wrote 213 days ago

Jeri, this is a CLF review. I think your book is fairly well written although you overuse commas somewhat but that's just a little nitpick. Although I can see potential in your work, your style of writing is not really my cup of tea because it reads more like a sermon. In chapter one there is not mu... view book

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