Tag Archives: Grief

“The Sisters of Sugarcreek” by Cathy Liggett

There They Are—My Friends! The day the church burned in Sugarcreek, two lives were lost.  That put in motion a chain of events that ultimately caused three very different women to find friendship with each other. Jessica Holtz has left … Continue reading

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“Grieving the Loss of a Loved One” by Kathe Wunnenberg

              The Master of the Sea Grief.  How can it be depicted?  Experts have analyzed it, dividing grief into stages, claiming certain feelings and reactions are predictable–even if the one experiencing it finds it … Continue reading

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“Sea Rose Lane” by Irene Hannon

              Down by the Sea Shore Everything was going well for architect BJ Stevens.  She was successfully restarting her life in the small town of Hope Harbor, until Eric Nash crashes into her world, … Continue reading

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“That’s Not Hay in My Hair” by Juliette Turner

              The Country Life One day, you are living in a tiny apartment in New York City, the next, you find yourself on a sprawling ranch miles from the nearest neighbor.  That is what … Continue reading

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