Monday, August 11, 2014

No Greener Pastures Synsopis

Bradan has graduated Police academy in Regina, and is a member of the Canadian Mounties, stationed in a first nations in Northern Saskatcewan.
Will Martha be able to  help her back-slidden husband find his way back to the strong relationship with God he enjoyed as a boy?
God spared her husband, Bradan, life on an island by turning away a vicious hail storm in answer to Martha and her friend, Charlotte, prayers. Will God answer her prayers to restore her husband to the joy of His salvation?
Charlotte leaves her beloved husband as he continues to live the unchrist life although he is a Christian. She and the two boys, three year old Murray and the baby, Kirk, return to Forest Lake. She asks Ken for a divorce. Ken agrees to it, but this is where God intervenes. Is their marriage saved?
Martha's twin brother, Martin,  who still lives in Forest Lake, is married to a high school sweetheart, Audrey Baker. For some reason they remain childless. The couple apply to adopt a child. To their surprise, they end up with more than they expect.
Will Charlotte or Martha be able to keep their faith alive, based on promises from Pastor Asquinn and prayers from the congregation of Golden Ridge Baptist Church?
How does Charlotte react when Ken finally joins her and the boys in Forest Lake. Read the book and find out.
Ken latterly walks away from his job with the Mounties. Back in Ontario, and Forest Lake, He is given the position of Chief Superintendent, which puts him in charge of a vast area known as the James Bay Frontier.
Bradan's reaction when Ken invites him quit the Canadian Mountiers, come back to Ontario and join the Ontario Provincial Police, the force they wanted to join as boys. How does Ken react when Bradan tells him he's already been transferred to a post in the Yukon Territory.
Does Bradan eventually end up back in Ontario with his beloved OPP?
And how does an elderly resident of Forest Lake react to this yo-yo method of serving God?  Chester Greene had watched Ken and Bradan since the two friends were boys.
Ken and Bradan learn that others watch how a Christian lives and their lives can have a great impact on whether or not an unbeliever is saved.

Monday, October 14, 2013

To be published.

Look for Book Three in The Asquinn Trilogy, No Greener Pastures. No publication date yet, but the story is at the publishers and not for editing, this time.

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Saturday, January 26, 2013


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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

The Asquinn Twins Series is a saga about a pair of twins, Martha and Martin Asquinn, getting through life together with the rest of the family in both happy and trying times. Against the glorious backdrop and rugged but stunningingly beautiful scenery of The James Bay Frontier, The Asquinn Twins Series tells stories about the twins. These are children  parents across the country would want their young ones to be friends with.

 Reaching out to hurting and troubled youth.....
Time and time again the twins prove to heart-broken children, down-trodden by some circumstances in their lives, about the truthfullness of the following verse.

PSALMS 27: 10:
When my father and my father forsake me, then the Lord will take me up.

Welcome to Ontario's Wilderness Country- Come, see the awesome scenery, and join in the adventures of the Asquinn Twins

"It doesn’t matter what part of the world you flee to," Martha told Conrad. "You can’t hide from him. God knows where you are at all times. We will continue to pray for you"

Conrad nor Nigel had any answer to this. Conrad tried to form words but all that came out were garbled strangulation like noises.

Martha looked at her twin, then Sherry, Kenny, and last, Bradan. “The side of good won a victory. Curt, er, Conrad, and his evil influence will not be in Forest Lake directly anymore. Here's your chance to be a witness to children of this community,” she said.

Where the White Trillium flower blooms in spring-A vast area situated on the northern part of the province of Ontario, Canada where evil spirits rule this dark area.

The Asquinn twins, Martha and Martin are only three years old when they leave their home in Wales and follow their missionary father, their mother with the baby, Ricky, in her arms, and six-year-old Kenny, into the Canadian north.

The twins are delighted when their father decides to settle in Forest Lake. The family meet with another family, the Turhues. The children are Brada, six, and Charlotte, (Sherry) three. The children become good friends. Kenny and Sherry become engaged at ten and thirteen years of age to marry at a future date. Bradan and Martha,( at the same age) are engaged and the two sets of parents see a double wedding in their children's future,

Evil devil worshipers rule the land. These people do not scare the twins. When Conrad Cameron, the ruler of the devil worshipers, and the same age as Kenny, reaches high school age, he and his half-brother, Nigel, the same age as the twins, move from Forest Lake. The twins see this as a victory for Jesus as they will be able to witness to the children of Forest Lake.

Author of "A Dog For Keeps", a book published in Canada by Nelsen (Canada) and Charlesbridge in the United States. She was born in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, but the hamlet where she grew up, Sesekinika, will always be in her heart.

Buy the first book, The Asquinn Twins: Frontier Life at: It will soon be on sale so get in line.

Watch For Book Two in this Triology, The Asquinn Twins: Where The Trail Forks

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Thursday, August 18, 2011


Judge not another person if you don't have all the facts. There is always two sides to an issue. Hear both sides and look for the truths beneath before issuing defamatory remarks about the victim.

Lord, keep my heart forever young, my hope in You unfailing. Let me age in autumn colors, dressed in banners of your love.