Pure Animal Instinct and trust… — 10 Comments

  1. Thanks so much for stopping by, Delia. I enjoyed your post so much!


  2. Thank YOU for having me, Roxanne! I look forward to visiting with your readers.

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  3. I really enjoyed this post! 🙂 I can just see those cats prancing single file with their tails held high! lol 🙂

    Delia, I was wondering, what the inspiration was for your book, Yesterday's Promise? How did you come up with the premise of the book?

    Thanks and God bless!

  4. Kim, the only answer I can give you for this particular book is that God must have wanted someone to read it. I was working on Goldeneyes, and had hit a major writer's block. I was beginning to get desperate, to be honest. One day, while surfing the web looking for inspiration I could not find, I came across an advertisement for National Novel Writing Month (Nanowrimo). On the spur of the moment, I decided to do it! So, I laid aside my work-in-progress, opened up a blank document on my Word screen, and wrote a first line (which happened to be a line from a Ronnie Milsap song – it was later deleted from the manuscript). I had no idea what I was going to write, not a clue about the storyline. But I dove in, and God did the rest, because 30 days later I had the barebones skeleton of Yesterday's Promise. Hopefully it's message will reach someone who needed a message of trust! 🙂

  5. Our dogs do the same thing as your cat. When they want to be petted they push their head under our hands but if that doesn't work they move on to the next person in our house. The new book sounds great.


  6. I often think many people make following God too complicated. Yet, as you said, it's really simple. Like the Nike swish … Just Do It!

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  7. I adore Cats! My favorite was named Mule. That's right, I said Mule. My Husband named him Mule because he sounded like a mule walking across the floor-CLOMP,CLOMP,CLOMP. also we had two cats with no tail named Honey and Harley be my husband. They gave us many hours of enjoyment.
    I just read a book from the library that I thought you would be interested in reading. It's The Guardians: Loving Eyes Are Watching by Richard Williams. The author has been active in Christian Ministry for over 28 years. It's a romance mystery where two people(a sister and brother)life is turned upside down and they find out where true help comes from. Two dogs, who are actually Guardian Angels, will help them find their way back to the path of God's love.


  8. It sounds like a good book, Rebecca. I love the name Mule for your cat – that's so cute! Thanks for stopping by.