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This New Year, one of my New Year’s goals to to develop THIS kind of faith. Allow me to share from J. Reuben  Clark: “As I think about faith, this principle of power, I am obliged to believe that it is an INTELLIGENT FORCE. Of what kind, I do not know. But it is SUPERIOR TO and overrules ALL [...]

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A New Book Review!

December 11, 2011No Comments

I really appreciated being asked by Michele Ashman Bell for an interview.  She reviewed my book and asked some intriguing questions that required me to ‘go deep’ to come up with the answers!  I hope you find the interview something that you, too, can relate to!  Interview with author Victoria Fielding, author or A Piece [...]

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At one point in A Piece of Time, Lilly—the main character—exclaims:  “And then the lights went out!” What lights? When? Why? The simple truth is that, sooner or later, the lights are going to go out for each of us.  Death is inevitable, and almost as certain as death is our curiosity about it.  But this [...]

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“This book lifted me to a place of forgiveness, peace, and love; it then brought me back to a place of understanding what really matters in my life.” S. Noyce *** “Our heroine experiences time in a new dimension . . . a chance to change.” E. Webb *** “A Piece of Time is an [...]

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Writing a book became a long-term to-do on my bucket list early on; but I had no back-drop, really, no story line for a novel.  When the time came when I actually had some free time in my life,  I prayed about it.    My answer was:  “You already have the story–your life.”    Because my [...]

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Another piece as to why I wrote A PIECE OF TIME  is always feeling homesick for my first home; I think I came kicking and screaming into this life; because we had it really good there, you know?  So, I have always been fascinated by people who have written of their near-death experiences.  The next life is very [...]

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I have kept a journal consistently since I was a freshman in college.  My whole life is recorded, in much detail, in about ten volumes of journals.  Isn’t it in Revelations where it is written: “Write the things which thou hast seen, and the things which are, and the things which shall be hereafter.” So, [...]

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I write, in general,  because I believe that by sharing our personal life experiences, we can help and  lift others who may be going through similar trials.  I have always wanted to be one on whom nothing is lost: To take every hardship, every challenge, and examine it, and study it, and come up with [...]

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