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About contacting me

The best way to contact me is to reply to my newsletter email or post on either my blog or Facebook page.

Because I found myself wasting too much time online, now I only check email and Facebook once a day or once every few days, so if you post, please be aware that I might not respond right away.

If you have a prayer request, you can fill out my Prayer Request Form and I will be sure to pray for you.

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Where I hang out online

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I post about random stuff on my blog most weeks, unless I'm feeling lazy.

If you like Facebook better, I cross-post my blog stuff on my Facebook page. Feel free to comment on my posts. I especially love seeing what you’ve crafted.

YouVersionIf you're on the YouVersion Bible app, be sure to add me as a friend. I'd love to pray for you.

I'm on Goodreads because all the pretty books keep calling to me.

I'm a pretty clueless Tweeter, so send me a hello on Twitter and make me feel less pathetic. :)

InstagramOccasionally I like to post Bible verse images on my Instagram account. The flowers in the images are all hibiscus from my dad's garden.

Send Me a Message

I try to answer all my email at least once a day. Occasionally, despite my best intentions, life gets out of control, so if you don't hear back from me within a few days, please send me a friendly reminder. You can also email me directly at authorcamilleelliot [at} gmail [dot} com.
Elizabeth had the satisfaction of seeing her father taking pains to get acquainted with him; and Mr. Bennet soon assured her that he was rising every hour in his esteem.

"I admire all my three sons-in-law highly," said he. "Wickham, perhaps, is my favourite; but I think I shall like your husband quite as well as Jane's.”

--Excerpt from Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen