ANNOUNCEMENT—New Audio Book for teens and young adults – Available Now on AUDIBLE ,
Here’s to finally getting back to doing what I love!
I’m very happy to announce the release on my new AUDIOBOOK:
“What I want my Child to Know . . . A Mother’s Loving Advice” Over the years, I’ve received so much positive feedback on this book, it just made sense to put it to audio! This is such a special book, it was my first publication and was initially intended for my son, but while writing, I decided to share with the world, for all young people, as they enter the world of adulthood ♡
For those of you who haven’t had a chance to read the book please consider buying a copy for your young adult. It is a thoughtful meditation resource with candid, practical teaching and biblical principles to start our kids off on the right track. A must have for all young adults, covering various topics from Self-respect to Relationships, as well as Marriage and Finances, Safety, Health and Well-being and more…this book exudes love!
~ D. Linn
**Available in paperback, ebook, and audiobook editions, wherever on-line books are sold!
It’s been several years since dad passed away. Forty-five to be exact. I was 10 years old, yet the day is as vivid and fresh in my mind as ever. I won’t rehash every detail of that day or how it affected our lives growing up; but I will say, how very special it was to have my father for the short time he was with us, and how extremely grateful I am currently to have God in my life. He is the Father of all Fathers! Continue reading Father’s day good news and reflections . .→
We’ve begun a new school year. For those parents who do not necessarily have A+ students you more than likely feel a certain sense of anxiety whenever it’s time to meet and discuss your child’s achievements. Likely, you may feel worried about hearing negative comments. What parent wants to hear anything but praise concerning their children’s progress? I know I did. Unfortunately my experience was not always the best. Thankfully, my son’s teacher’s were always as concerned as I regarding my his academic achievement.