Much Ado about This Thing Called Social Networking

Much Ado about This Thing Called Social Networking

When I get exasperated with social networking, I often think of that poor bewildered character, "Jack." You know the guy ― the protagonist in the children's nursery rhyme, "The House that Jack Built." If you need a refresher of the rhyme, you'll find it here:...

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Blessing a New Home: More Than Meets the Eye

Blessing a New Home: More Than Meets the Eye

On my most recent trip down the Blue Ridge to Georgia, Just My Joe and I helped our friend Ed celebrate his new home. I had researched what I thought was the Amish tradition for blessing new homes.  Turns out, the Jewish and Italian communities identify similar...

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Try This On For Sighs

Try This On For Sighs

Or, Love the Second Time Around I’ve been challenged to write about something besides…well…writing. And, to write something serious. “Just once,” a friend advised.  “Prove that you can do it.” Apparently everything I write (other than my fiction) is lighthearted or...

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A Challenging Bucket List Item

A Challenging Bucket List Item

Am looking at my bucket list for 2012. I can’t scratch off “Achieve world peace,” “Tour Ireland,” or “Lose 30 pounds” today, so I’m concentrating on another item on my list: "Find something to come out of." Or, for you grammar purists, I want something out of which I...

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Novels blending historical intrigue, modern-day suspense, and romance.

The occasional deep thought or creative pursuit.

About Koontz’s Writing:

DLKoontz

An award-winning writer, former journalist and corporate escapee, D. L. Koontz writes about what she knows: muddled lives, nail-biting unknowns and eternal hope. Growing up, she learned the power of stories and intrigue from saged storytellers on the front porch of her Appalachian farmhouse. Despite being waylaid for years by academia and corporate endeavors, her roots proved that becoming a writer of suspense was only a matter of time. She has been published in seven languages.

Memberships

American Society of Journalists and Authors

ACFW

American Christian Fiction Writers