Hey everyone! How are you all doing? Today, I’d like to show you some pictures that I have recently gotten on a sunset. Enjoy!
Thanks for looking! Have a blessed week!
Hey everyone! How are you all doing? Today, I’ll be sharing some of the mission trip that I went on last week to Kentucky. I hope that you enjoy reading about it!
Here we all are right before we left. The van that we rented came three hours late so we were all very excited once it got there. Sadly, the other car that we brought broke down and an hour into the trip, we had to turn around and go back to pick up a different car. We only got to Kentucky five hours later then planned. Pretty good right?
We all had a ton of fun there. We went to an orphanage, a special needs home, painted a house, did a dance camp, and performed a lot. We were very busy but enjoyed every moment of it!
We had a blast in the car! It was either really loud or really quite. 😉
There’s us having Bible time with the kids. The kids there were awesome. They were all very sweet and I miss them a ton! A lot of them were very poor but they were still very happy and content with what they had. Also, it was a small town and everybody knew each other. Which I thought was cool.
Has anyone else ever been to Kentucky before? It’s gorgeous there!
I had a ton of fun dancing there with my friends! This is a picture of me dancing to “Something In The Water” by Carrie Underwood.” Does anyone else love that song?
So, I went horseback riding for first time while we were there. ( I’m the one in the blue shirt. ) It was amazing and scary! It was all going good when my horse started running as fast as it could, ( through the woods.) I was freaking out and laughing/crying but everything was okay. Just scared me to death!
Here’s us while we were painted the house. 🙂 We all had a great time!
Here’s some of us at the hotel. We were all getting tired so we took turns giving each other rides on the luggage cart.
Here are two of my crazy friends. We all had a good time and goofed off a little bit.
This is a picture of me and my friend, Lily, while we were painting the house. We all enjoyed painting it other then the fact that we got blue paint all over us.
We got to see this waterfall while we were there and it was gorgeous!
Thanks for reading!
Has anyone else gone on a mission trip before? Has anyone been horseback riding? Which picture was your favorite?
Hello! Today, I’m writing a book review about an amazing new book that my friend wrote, which recently came out! Go here to see all of the posts that others have written about it. Enjoy!!!
About the Book…
“No one can mysteriously disappear leaving no trace. It isn’t realistic.”“You’re right, Emily,” her grandfather said thoughtfully. “It isn’t realistic. However, a good many things happen in this world that are not realistic, things supernatural. Emily, Allan, Jill, Joey, and Anna have grown up on their grandfather’s tales of ancestors who mysteriously disappeared from Creighton Hill, the plantation home that has been in their family for centuries. When Grandpa’s death forces them to move into Creighton Hill, the truth about the supposed disappearances is the first thing on their minds. Allan, Jill, Joey, and Anna’s, that is. As for Emily, why must they keep at their supernatural hogwash? Could it be that their family really does just have an unusual history of early deaths? Most people seem to think so. But Grandpa’s research has uncovered something different.When mysterious writing matching descriptions found in ancient accounts begins appearing to the children, they know something’s up. They must find out what really happened to their ancestors, and work together to discover the reason behind the mysterious writings.Creighton Hill is the first book of the Time Captives trilogy, a tale of faith, family, fantasy, and a fight for truth and freedom.
Creighton Hill was a great book! It was full of excitement and I always wanted to hurry up and turn the next page. These four siblings get stuck in a different world and must find a way to get out. It was very well written and I enjoyed every moment of it! I definitely recommend for everyone to read this book!
About the Author
Morgan Elizabeth Huneke is a homeschool graduate who lives in Georgia. She has enjoyed creating characters and writing stories since early childhood. Her other interests include reading, playing the piano and violin, and politics. She is the author of Across the Stars and The Experiment. You can connect with Morgan on her website, blog, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.
Join in the excitement of Time Captives and enter to win a special prize! The first prize winner will receive a signed copy of Creighton Hill as well as a signed copy of Across the Stars, for its anniversary. Second prize is a signed copy of Creighton Hill. The third prize winner will receive an eCopy of Creighton Hill in the eBook format of his/her choice. Giveaway open to U.S resident only.
Hey everyone! Did you remember this post when I did a cover reveal for Morgan? Well, excting news!!! Her book is about to
come out! I have already read it and loved it! I’ll be doing a review on it this Saturday so be looking for that. Today, I’ll
be showing you all an author interview that I did with her. 🙂 I hope that you all enjoy it!
1. What first inspired you to write?
Hmm. That was so long ago, it’s hard to know for sure. It was probably books. I would bring my mom stacks of books for her
to read to me when I was a toddler, and sit there through the whole stack. I’m not really sure of the circumstances
surrounding the first story I dictated to my mom, which I’ve recently come to realize could qualify as Bambi fanfiction,
but I was pretty young, and I haven’t really stopped since. I just love creating characters and learning their stories.
So many fictional people have lived portions of their lives in my brain already, even since I was a toddler.
2. Which book has been your favorite so far?
The Experiment was such an incredible writing experience it sort of claims the title of favorite, though I love all my
books. Of the Time Captives books, book two, The Crossways, would probably be my favorite because it’s where my favorite
characters get their story. But the companion to Time Captives, Espionage, is also very much beloved because the
characters were so easy to develop and I love them and their story. It’s also the first story to leave me with a burning
desire to write a sequel whenever I finish a read-through. Sadly, no one outside of family and beta readers will get to
see Espionage until next year.
3. How many books are you working on now?
Ho, hum, depends on what you call working. I’m off and on working on polishing up the rest of Time Captives and Espionage
for publication, writing the first draft of an outer space dystopian in between (I love this story because it’s helping
me to see ordinary things in a whole new light, among other things), sometimes writing an epic (or going to be, I hope)
sci-fi-ish, fantasy-ish, heart-wrenching adventure story, occasionally writing a bit about some favorite characters who
go into hiding when the government is after them because they’re Christians, outlining and writing snippets of an
4. Do any of your characters resemble anyone you know?
Some of them, absolutely. Abby Raingold in The Experiment is closely based on my youngest sister, and Audrey Raingold is
somewhat based on me. Many of the characters in The Experiment are based on or inspired by friends. There aren’t many in
Time Captives that are based on real people, though I put a few elements of myself in Jill Hubbard (basically, she’s not
a morning person and she likes to read), and I put more of myself in Vannie Cumberland of Espionage, though she too is
quite her own person. Oddly enough, Allan and Joey remind me of two boys at my church I met after writing them.
5. How many books do you hope to write?
Goodness, I don’t know. As many as I can get out before God decides to take me home. I have about half a dozen right now
that are super anxious to get on paper or Word document, I have a notebook full of waiting ideas, and I’m always getting
new ones. There’s really no limit except what I can physically write in my lifespan. I don’t foresee myself ever fully
stopping writing, though I do imagine it would slow down significantly should I get married and have kids, as I hope
someday to do.
6. Any writing tips?
Madeleine L’Engle said the best writing advice she ever received was to just write. I think that’s an excellent tip. Just
writing is important. It keeps it fun, it keeps it natural, and it may be bad writing, but, on the other hand, it just may
be your most brilliant piece of work. Also read as much as you can. The best way to learn how to write well is to read
stories that are written well. It instills good writing skills in you in a way that writing how-to can’t possibly
accomplish. But reading writing how-to has its place, and I do recommend it. K. M. Weiland’s blog is an excellent resource
. I have learned from her why things do or don’t work and why I like some stories better than others. Write for yourself,
write for your family and friends, but most of all, write for God. The gift of writing ultimately comes from Him, and it
should be used for Him no matter what.
Thanks for having me, Maddy!
Thanks for doing it Morgan! Have a blessed day everyone and be looking for the book review on Saturday!
Which question/answer was your favorite? Any other writers here?
Hey everyone! How are you all doing? I just wanted to let you all know that I have decided to make/sell blog buttons for 5 dollars each! I’m very excited out it! For more details, go to my Buy A Button page! Now, I’ll be showing you a couple that I have recently made. I hope that you like them!\
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