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Giveaway and Sale for Military Wives!

Posted by Jocelyn Green on May 06, 2016 in Books | 28 Comments

Happy Military Spouse Appreciation Day! As a former military wife myself, I'd like to extend a heartfelt thank you to each of you who is married to someone who is active duty, National Guard, Reserves, or even retired from any branch of service. I definitely appreciate the servicemembers themselves, but today is about you, the spouse! Your sacrifices and dedication are rarely in the spotlight, but you are the backbone of your family! I'm praying special blessings over each one of you today.

In honor of your service, I'm giving away THREE copies of the book,...

Character Inspirations for The Mark of the King

Posted by Jocelyn Green on May 03, 2016 in Behind the Books | 4 Comments

I spent last Friday at Bethany House Publishers' offices in Minneapolis, and I'm getting so excited to see what they come up with for The Mark of the King's book cover! I will likely do the cover reveal through my newsletter (see sign up in the footer of this page) two weeks before it appears on all the retail sites. The book releases in January, but the cover will be finalized this summer. Yippee! 

Now, since I don't have the cover quite yet, I thought I would at least show you some images that I've been using as inspiration for some of my main characters. Julianne is our...

Available for Pre-order! Refresh: Spiritual Nourishment for Parents of Children with Special Needs

Posted by Jocelyn Green on Apr 20, 2016 in Books, Special Needs | 0 Comments

Refresh: Spiritual Nourishment for Parents of Children with Special Needs is now available to pre-order! This devotional book near and dear to my heart. A special thank you to all of you who have been part of this project, whether you prayed for us as we were working on it, or whether you were one of the many parents I had the privilege of interviewing for the book! My co-author Kimberly Drew and I are so excited about this upcoming release, we are going to offer some FREE bonuses to those who pre-order at Amazon, ...

A Prayer for Veterans

Posted by Kathy on Nov 11, 2015 in Military | 0 Comments

Heavenly Father, I lift up to you all the Veterans of the Armed Forces. The men and women who gave unselfishly Serving 24/7 365 days a year For the freedoms this country holds dearly. I pray you fill their minds with peace When there is turmoil and confusion. Replace the anger from the evil they’ve seen With the righteous anger of your children. When they feel lost and completely alone, I pray they sense your presence always near. In the nights when anxiety and nightmares linger, Help them remember they have nothing to fear. If they start to question why they’re still alive, Gently guide...

#Give-aways for #MilitaryFamilyMonth!

Posted by Jocelyn Green on Nov 03, 2015 in | 90 Comments

Most of you know I'm a former military wife, so my heart remains tender to the special joys and challenges our military families experience. In honor of Military Family Appreciation Month this November, I am so pleased to partner with Cru Military to offer these FIVE BUNDLES of books to those of you who are active duty, reserves, or National Guard families! To enter the drawing, simply leave a comment telling which bundle you'd like most, along with your second choice.

Bundle #1


Get Ready for #NaNoWriMo!

Posted by Jocelyn Green on Oct 29, 2015 in Writing | 0 Comments

Since November is National Novel Writing Month (aka NaNoWriMo) I thought I'd pull together some blog posts from the archives that may help those of you who are participating. Or, if you're not going to do NaNoWriMo but are still interested in writing, feel free to bookmark these posts for future reference. Happy Writing!

  1. Who, Me? Write Fiction? Best Books for the Aspiring Novelist
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On Terrible Advice from Really Successful People

Posted by Jocelyn Green on Sep 30, 2015 in Journal | 20 Comments

Recently I sat down with a really, really successful publishing editor who gave me some advice for my writing career. It was terrible advice. The worst ever. If I didn't already have ten books published and several national awards, I would have been crushed. As it was, however, I was just stunned. So stunned in fact, she cocked her head at me and said, "Are you OK?"

I wasn't, at the moment. What she had told me to do went against my entire purpose, and against my nature, and against my integrity. She told me in no uncertain terms that I...

151 Years Ago: Sherman Defends Forced Evacuation of Atlanta

Posted by Jocelyn Green on Sep 12, 2015 in | 2 Comments
General Sherman, leaning on breach of gun, and staff at Federal Fort 7 outside Atlanta.

After the siege of and battle for Atlanta, Gen. William T. Sherman ordered the evacuation of all remaining civilians from the city (September 1864). Mayor James Calhoun and two city councilmen urged the Union general to rescind the forced evacuation. Some residents were sick, poor, pregnant, the city fathers said, and the South was already overcrowded as it was, resulting in homelessness for those without family to take them in. Sherman’s response to the men was widely published by newspapers both North and South, and passages from it came to be recognized as readily as the Gettysburg...

Remembering the Heroes on 9-11

Posted by Jocelyn Green on Sep 11, 2015 in Books | 0 Comments

Because I lived in DC during the 9-11-01 terrorist attacks, the anniversary holds special meaning for me.  It was my great honor  to gather several stories from others who experienced that day in a personal way and include them in Stories of Faith and Courage from the Home Front. Today I’d like to share with you a short but profound excerpt....

Author Interview + American Patriot Book Giveaway!

Posted by Jocelyn Green on Sep 08, 2015 in Give-aways | 55 Comments

Well friends, it's my absolute pleasure to have author J.M. Hochstetler with us on the blog today in honor of her new release, Valley of the Shadow, which is book 5 in The American Patriot series. (Book 5! Swoon! I thought writing four historical novels in one series was hard!) I had...


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