Congratulations to these talented Tales2Inspire authors and learn about their winning stories.
THE GIRL WHO LOVED CHRISTMAS
By Micki Peluso
Although Noelle Marie is no longer with us today, her memory blossoms anew in this magnificent story celebrating the life of a young girl filled with joy and a passion for life. Click here to read more of this heartfelt story, (or copy and paste http://tales2inspire.com/girl-loved-christmas/ into your browser.)
AT LEAST NOTHING BAD HAPPENED
By Janice Emeneau
How do we handle the curve balls life throws our way? After overcoming a couple of curve balls herself, Jan shares a simple healing technique she uses to help others through challenging times. Click here to read more of this
story, (or copy and paste http://tales2inspire.com/inspiring-story-piece-of-string/ into your browser.)
JUST A PICKLE AND A CHAIR
* * By Lois W. Stern
How an old chair, hidden in the dusty corner of a pickle factory, evokes powerful family memories of bygone days. This story is one I wrote several years ago, published in the LI section of the NY Times, which I reworked for a broader audience.
Click here to read more of this story or copy and paste http://tales2inspire.com/pickle-chair into your browser.)
This month's featured stories have all been published in
Tales2Inspire ~ The Sapphire Collection.
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** NOTE: When I feel the whim to submit a story to Tales2Inspire, rest assured it goes through the same anonymous review process as any story submitted to this contest, (and sometimes I learn a thing or two from the critiques.