Author: Roanne L. King

When your child is sick — A faithfullness challenge

I wasn't a new believer when my fourth child was diagnosed with a kidney issue (hydronephrosis) in my fifth month of pregnancy. I'd been a Christian for a while but I probably had never had my faith tested. Sure, my husband and I had our issues but those were obvious problems based on how we … Continue reading When your child is sick — A faithfullness challenge

When the Third One Left the Nest – The Differences Between Sons and Daughters

When the Third One Left the Nest – The Differences Between Sons and Daughters

Maybe it's because I'm the mom and he's my son, but I had no idea it would be so hard to watch my boy leave home. After all, his sisters have been on their own for years and they are doing amazing. So, why did the smallest thought of him being on his own bring … Continue reading When the Third One Left the Nest – The Differences Between Sons and Daughters

How My Parents’ Divorce Led to Writing a Novel at Age 11 – Wounds to Wins Series

How My Parents’ Divorce Led to Writing a Novel at Age 11 – Wounds to Wins Series

I have a memory of sitting at the dining room table when I was seven years old. And though I'm sure the exact details are muddled and inaccurate, the moment would define the course of the rest of my life: My mom sat across from me at the other end of the table, distracted by … Continue reading How My Parents’ Divorce Led to Writing a Novel at Age 11 – Wounds to Wins Series

Discovering the Source of our Fears – Wounds to Wins Series

Discovering the Source of our Fears – Wounds to Wins Series

For every emotional wound we hold on to, there is a fear associated with it. Sometimes we don't realize where our fear stems from until we dig into our past to understand it, and decide not to place blame or make excuses for the broken people we are today. The song "fear is a liar" … Continue reading Discovering the Source of our Fears – Wounds to Wins Series

What are you afraid of? Walking through to the other side of fear — in fiction and real life

I use the question "what if" as a brainstorming tool for possible plot ideas for future novels. But another question it's harder to answer, but can make for a great dramatic story is, "What am I afraid of?" For my WIP "A Desperate Housewife" the question I had asked was what is my greatest fear … Continue reading What are you afraid of? Walking through to the other side of fear — in fiction and real life