I’ve always had this image of my soul as a piece of marble, hewn from the quarry of life. I came to God as a chunk of rock–dirty, marred and rough. It took a sculptor’s eye–God’s–to see the perfect soul within. He just had a little work to do to make my soul as round […]Continue Reading
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Michelle Ule is a best-selling author of inspirational and historical fiction. She blogs twice a week on a variety of subjects: mostly looking for God's hand at work, historical insights or fun stories. Explore the website for more information!
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12 Brides of Christmas 12 Brides of Summer A Log Cabin Christmas Collection An Inconvenient Gamble A Pioneer Christmas Collection Bible Biddy Chambers Bridging Two Hearts Budapest Christianity Christmas Edith Schaeffer Ernest Hemingway Genealogy God Holy Spirit Imperial War Museum Jesus Jesus Christ Kathleen Fuller Lauraine Snelling Laura Ingalls Wilder Madeleine L'Engle Margaret Brownley Michelle Ule moving My Utmost for His Highest Nicaragua Novella Oswald Chamber Oswald Chambers Pioneer Christmas Collection prayer research rewriting Sicily sin Slovenia Thanksgiving The Dogtrot Christmas Vickie McDonough World War I writing YMCA Yuletide Bride
- Writing Historical Fiction with a Family Flair: Blog Hop Day #5 November 11, 2011
- Astonishing Research–Madeleine L’Engle June 14, 2013
- What the USS Thresher Taught Me About Death April 11, 2014
- Are You a Book Hoarder? September 24, 2013
- Death at Christmas: Six Ways to Cope December 13, 2012
June 1, 2015: Order here!
The Sunbonnet Bride released as an Ebook as part of The 12 Brides of Summer's Novella Collection #1.
October 1, 2015 : Pre-order here!
The Twelve Brides of Christmas Collection releases as a complete volume.
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October 3, 2015 :
Attend the Love Your Life Today Brunch with Barb Marshall in Ukiah. Michelle will be speaking on "Adventures in Prayer."
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