Author’s Bio

 

 

 

 

Facebook-20150325-053044Mandy Moore  is an aspiring freelance writer and artist as well as an amateur photographer. When she is not painting away the hours or out and about snapping photos, she can be found in the great outdoors, pen and paper in hand, attempting to capture her thoughts in ink. She has recently compiled a collection of poetry and completed her first novel, a YA fantasy adventure. She currently resides in Moss Vale, NSW where she is serving with Torchbearers International as a volunteer at Capernwray Australia.

*Due to the nomadic direction my life has taken I am no longer able to commit to weekly posts. I will however continue to publish new material as the words impress themselves upon my heart and time and internet access permit. To stay up-to-date on my latest postings, please click the “Follow” button in the right hand sidebar to subscribe to my blog via email.*

 

 

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36 thoughts on “Author’s Bio”

  1. Uncle Skeeter said:

    I respect your perspective and efforts. I have prayed for you your whole life. As God continually brings you to mind, i will pray that your aspirations, guided by His Will, will flourish.

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  2. Well done!

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  3. wish you all the best And do not give up .

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  4. I love your blog. I wish you the best in your writing. God bless,

    Chris

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    • Thank you so much. Your encouragement means the world. I truly enjoyed exploring your blog as well. I can’t wait to read more from you. On a side note: I can’t wait to look into One7 – Youth ministry is a passion of mine and at-risk teens hold a special place in my heart. Thank you for making a difference.

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  5. Thank you. The reason we moved to Charlotte was to be a part of One7. (The website is down right now as we’re trying to move it to another hosting site. Sorry about that.) My wife is on staff, and I volunteer as much as possible. We’ve been here for two years and it has completely changed our lives. Most all of the kids and their families are refugees who were forced to flee their own countries because of religious persecution. When we get the site back up, you can get more information. In the meantime, if you have any questions, feel free to email me at qualityupgrades@gmail.com

    Chris

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    • Wow, it sounds amazing. I love hearing about people who let their hearts lead them to heights unknown. It sounds like you and your wife are on a wonderful journey with this ministry. I look forward to checking out their site when it’s up and running again. It sounds like their mission is to be God’s hands and feet to the least of these. There is certainly an immense need for servant hearts. My prayers go out to your family and this ministry as you bless those around you.

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  6. Looks like our One7 website is back up. http://www.one7.org

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  7. good to see this – feel free to join me here https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000717835716

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  8. I enjoy the poems and great illustrations. I am glad to found your blog. 🙂

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  9. Thank you for stopping recently and liking a post. I love the great blend of poetry and pictures. Both provide remarkable imagery. I look forward to following your blog.

    Take care,

    Ivon

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  10. Thank you for stopping by my blog. You are very talented, and it really shows in your blog. I am not a writer, but I am learning more as I read other blogs. Keep up the great work.

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  11. Nice blog and nice work. Thanks for visiting my blog. May God bless you.

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  12. thank you for stopping by my blog and for the like 🙂 – greatly appreciated!

    you have a really nice site ~ enjoyed the poems and look forward to reading more in the future

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  13. Alethea Eason said:

    I have been just getting back to blogging, writing, art as the school year winds down. Lovely, lovely blog you have.

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    • Thanks Alethea! I’m so glad to hear you’re getting back into blogging – I love your new layout. If you ever need a reference for your amazing editing skills, feel free to send it my way!

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  14. I’ve nominated you for a Liebster Blogger Award. Check out my last post if you want to accept the nomination.

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  15. i like the images and words spilled in your blog, i read your personal statement and learned what you’ve been through. on the brighter side here’s good news http://kintal.wordpress.com/2013/08/16/inner-peace-award/ please accept, thanks.

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  16. Hi Mandy. Thanks for visiting my blog 🙂
    Still reading through your blog, some great posts over there. Happy blogging!

    Cheers,
    Yogini

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  17. Hey there! Factoid for you: I just nominated you for the “Field of Flowers Award” (for which I was also nominated). If you want to accept it, just click the link to my nominations entry to see what it’s all about! 🙂 (http://ourlightaffliction.wordpress.com/2014/03/13/nominated/)

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