Ann Cooper McCauley

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The Obvious about Adeline

Adeline Visiting the Chicks at the Ranch Store    My five-year-old granddaughter, Adeline, and I had a day out on the town. Throughout, she walked up to perfect strangers saying things like, “My name is Adeline and this is my Granna. What’s your name? Oh, what a beautiful name you have. I like your name! […]

Interview with David Stearman, Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas Author of Hot: Can Love’s Flame Survive Fame?

I am so happy to have an old friend with me today, Author David Stearman. David and I would love to give away a copy of his new release, HOT. For a chance to win: (1) Subscribe to my website anncoopermccauley.com if you haven’t already. (2) Leave a comment on this interview and leave your email addy […]

When Life Happens

What to do when things seem to happen and all at once? We moved our son into his apartment on Wednesday three weeks ago.   Shop. Organize. Plan. Crash course in life.   Following this, our family celebrated my husband’s birthday. A huge group, including my mother, gathered and made sweet, happy memories in our home. […]

The Fear of Writing, Diana Flegal-Hartline Literary

My guest today is mentor and agent, Diana Flegal, of Hartline Literary Agency. This is what she has to say about writing and the fear factor.   The Fear of Writing by Diana Flegal At any point in your writing journey have you suffered from a fear of failure? If so you are in good company. […]

I Can’t Get It Right

  “I told you! Clean this room. I’m going to have an aneurism for heaven’s sake!” God, they never listen. I don’t mean to yell all the time, but they won’t change. No matter the reward system—no matter the work of instilling pride in them for what they own and how to take care of […]

Honeycomb and the Secrets of Connection

Though I may write in my home office, a solitary space, I need connections with real people, especially other believers and other writers. Have you noticed it’s difficult to find time for both? Like you, I’m busy as a bee most days, but the internet and social media have afforded new ways for me to […]

When the Snow Comes

Lulled awake at four in the morning, I pushed to a sitting position. Groggy. What woke me?  I measured my husband’s gentle snore. Out cold. My gaze drifted about the dark room, and I was magnetized to a light in the doorway. How strange—a light with form and definition. I blinked. Still there. A soft, […]

Interview with Kregel Author of Mercy’s Rain, Cindy Sproles

  Cindy and I go back a few years.  The two of us were roommates at a conference once, and I can tell you, she has a great big, beautiful heart! We share the same agent, Diana Flegal, at Hartline Literary Agency. I am personally thrilled to celebrate the release of Cindy’s debut novel, Mercy’s Rain with […]