Some links to friends and organizations who have taught me a great deal these past few years (and continue to)—I hope they bless you too!
Marilyn Turk: Pathways of the Heart
Critique partner and fellow historical novelist Marilyn keeps up two blogs at this site–her popular Lighthouse Blog as well as A Writers Path. I know you’ll enjoy them both.
Sandra Barnes: Otherwise
The wit and wisdom of critique partner and Young Adult novelist Sandra Barnes always lift my heart and check my spirit. Be blessed.
Sarah Tipton Books
Yet another talented critique partner, Sarah Tipton posts a serial Young Adult contemporary story on her blog in regular installments. Subscribe to keep up on the latest adventures of Sydnee Cameron!
Wireless Hogan: Mark Charles
Navajo/Dutch speaker and activist for Native American communities and racial reconciliation
Wiconi International Ministries
Founded by “He Stands with His People” Richard Twiss
Terry and Darlene Wildman: “First Nations Music and Storytelling”
Navajo Code Talkers Association
Learn about these quiet heroes of World War II
Heroes, Heroines, and History
I have the privilege of writing for this group blog once a month, but a new post by one of many wonderful historical novelists goes up each day! Check it out for lots of fun tidbits about history.
Navajo Word of the Day
Byron Shorty and his vision to keep the language and history of the Navajo alive
San Juan Historical Society
History of San Juan County, New Mexico, the setting of Beneath a Turquoise Sky
American Christian Fiction Writers
I’ve learned so much about this writing business through membership in this organization.