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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- WWI Animals: Elephants on Parade February 27, 2015
- World War I Animals: Horses February 24, 2015
- World War I: Enter the Animals February 20, 2015
- Reading My Utmost for His Highest with a Guide (Part II) February 17, 2015
- A Daily Guide for My Utmost for His Highest (Part I) February 12, 2015
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- 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
- Death at Christmas: Six Ways to Cope December 13, 2012
- Are You a Book Hoarder? September 24, 2013
July 15, 2015
The Sunbonnet Bride releases as an Ebook.
September 1, 2015
The Twelve Brides of Christmas Collection releases as a complete volume.
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