10! Ten days until Golden Heart awards!

Judges 10Somehow, the numeral 10 makes the countdown seem even more exciting!

We are currently celebrating the excitement with a thunderstorm and no electricity. Therefore today’s post shall, of necessity, be brief! Besides enjoying nature’s show, I am getting my clothes ready for packing, just in case anything needs attention. Boring, I know, but some days are like that.

When the electricity comes back, I’ll upload the cool graphic of three judges holding up signs with “10” on them. 🙂 (Ha! I just figured out how to do it without electricity! At least as long as the battery in my smartphone hangs in there!)

Catch up with you tomorrow!


About Leslie Lynch

Leslie gives voice to characters who struggle to find healing for their brokenness – and discover unconventional solutions to life’s unexpected twists. Her manuscript, Hijacked, was a finalist in the Romance Writers of America® 2013 Golden Heart® contest, and attained Amazon Best Seller status in its category when published. Other books by Leslie include Unholy Bonds, Opal's Jubilee, and novellas Christmas Hope and Christmas Grace. A graduate of Spalding University's low-residency MFA program, she is an occasional contributor to the Archdiocese of Indianapolis’s weekly paper, The Criterion, and can be found on facebook at Leslie Lynch Writes, as well as Twitter @Leslie_Lynch_
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5 Responses to 10! Ten days until Golden Heart awards!

  1. Don Mulcare says:


    I’m sure that as a pilot, you must be able to solve problems quickly.

    Wishing you a quick return to Power. Be sure of prayers.

    Something happened last night. My front ash tree lost a limb. No borers were found in it. That poor tree took a lightning strike 10-15 years ago. It keeps on living and growing.

    God Bless,


    • Leslie Lynch says:

      Power’s back. For the moment. 🙂

      Your ash tree is inspiring. To keep on living and growing in spite of the trauma of a lightning strike – wow! Maybe the limb that fell had been weakened from the lightning and finally succumbed to the hidden injury. But that story has such a parallel for us in our lives, doesn’t it?


      • Don Mulcare says:

        Parallel indeed. The lightning, topped the tree and slashed a 2 inch wide scar from top to bottom. By now the top has regained some altitude and the scar has sealed. Ash trees have lessons for us. Maybe that’s why they’re used for the Lousiville Slugger? I’d rate it a 10!

  2. Leslie Lynch says:

    I’d say so! Survive, thrive, and have the resilience to come out swinging! I’m rooting for your ash tree(s)!

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