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Father's Father's Day

Father's Day weekend was spent hanging out with David's father, Ed DeLong, in a rustic tongue and groove pine cabin, built by Ed's Uncle Chaz in 1920.  Ed spent many a summer there in Idyllwild, Ca. with his cousins, riding bikes to the grocery store, stopping at Strawberry Creek, picking the blackberry sized wild strawberries, dipping his head in the cold water to cool off for the ride home.  Now, at age 87, he'd be more likely to drive his tiny red Smart Car around Simi Valley for beer and a burger.  It had been eighteen years since his last...

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Barnes & Noble Reno

So looking forward to my first B & N book signing at 5555 South Virginia Street,  Reno, NV on August, 6 from 2:00-4:00.  I find the marketing side of authorship really difficult.  My friend Barbara Abercrombie refers to herself as "the marketing whore," when she has a new book out.  I prefer to think of myself as "the marketing mama," in the hope of being fruitful and multiplying.

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La Canada Book Signing

I'm back from Salem, Oregon, where I visited my daughter, Jojo, for the first time since dropping her off 5 weeks ago.  It did my heart good to see her sister Jess and little brother Jacob run up to her on the pristine green campus lawn, wrap their arms around her and squeal with joy.  She is healthy and happy and a natural in her new setting.   She participated in Midnight Madness for her basketball team which sealed the deal for me as I witnessed the high fives, team cheers and customized team chants.  She is exactly where she...

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Blood Brothers Montage

Blood Brothers is Lisa DeLong's story of what it has been like to have two sons with leukemia, a lifetime apart. As she struggles to understand how a loving God could allow this to happen, she searches for a way to keep her marriage, her family, and her own sanity together.

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Blood Brothers Book Trailer

Blood Brothers Video

Blood Brothers is Lisa DeLong's story of what it has been like to have two sons with leukemia, a lifetime apart. As she struggles to understand how a loving God could allow this to happen, she searches for a way to keep her marriage, her family, and her own sanity together.

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