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LEslie sat in the den of her home crying.
The tears which came flowing over her cheeks weren’t ones of sadness. They were ones of the bittersweet remembrances she got as she read the LETTERS which her then future husband had sent her during his first assignment in the Middle East.
TEresa, Leslie’s daughter, sat by her mother’s side trying to console her, but to no avail.
Reluctantly, Leslie allowed her daughter to read the LETTERS herself.
Sadness became infectious because these LETTERS allowed Theresa to get to know the father she barely knew, as she now fell victim to the beautiful words in the LETTERS as well.

The color PURPLE covers the entire spectrum of life itself, from the richest of people of royal blood who flaunt it in their clothes they wear, to the lowly peasant who’s mourning the death of a loved one.
The color PURPLE doesn’t make the person; it’s their acts which makes them the person. A person of royal blood who thinks himself better than those around him won’t receive the respect of those below his station, while a poor individual who regularly gives of himself will be treated in a manner normally reserved for a king.
The lack of selfishness must be maintained at all costs; and placed above everything else.
When it comes to war, an extremely small percentage of soldiers will wind up making the ultimate sacrifice and place their lives above everyone else’s, an act of pure valor which can only be symbolized by a PURPLE Heart.
Although small in size, the PURPLE Heart is worth more than a hundred times its weight in gold, merely because of what it represents.

The above has been taken from
“Micro Fiction – An Anthology”
© Robin Leigh Morgan – 2014



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Those of you who have followed my status reports know that since 9/1/2018 I’ve had a passion for reading Christian books, so much
so that I’d begun writing two books of my own for this genre.

In practically every review I write for a Christian book I’ve got a tendency to leave at least one scripture quote which I believe goes to what the book is trying to communicate to its readers. I love reading these books and I love sharing my feelings about them in my reviews. One thing that I’ve not done for a long, long time is to leave copies of my reviews here; which something I need to seriously consider starting to do again, but if I did, I fear I would start boring individuals with leaving so many reviews each month.

With 50% of my most recent 10 reviews being for Christian books, I’ve decided to post the links to these Christian reviews here at one time in the hopes that of those individuals of the Christian faith would read them, and then leave me some feedback here. Quite a few of these books, if not all of them are available for FREE as an Amazon KINDLE Unlimited download.

Marie Hunter Atwood
“From Faith to Faith: As We Live in the Spirit”

Peter Newman
“Do Christians Have Two Natures? (Christian Discipleship Series Book 1)”

Sonya Contreras “I Have Called You by Name: Tell of My Kingdom’s Glory”

Troy Edwards “Stop Blaming God For the Work of the Enemy”

Troy Edwards
“Why? A Biblical Explanation for Evil”

Here’s hoping that everyone reading this is having a BLESSED WEEK
With whatever you’re going to be doing. !!! 😊😊😊

Robin Leigh Morgan

I would also love for everyone to check out the two books I’ve written. One of them is a sweet YA Paranormal romance novel entitled “I Kissed a Ghost” which would make a wonderful gift any young girl in your family or even yourself. The second book is geared more for adults and contains 100 Flash Fictions. Both books are available as a paperback or a KINDLE, and is also available to read free as an Amazon KINDLE Unlimited [KU]. Here’s is the link to my books on Amazon:



It’s time for a belated report of a milestone, and a confession regarding my writing endeavors.

There’s a lot of stuff going on with me aside from what I’ve spoken about in my updates, and it’s basically indirectly/directly connected to my having become enthralled with my reading/reviewing of Christian books [ 90 of the 214, about books I’ve written reviews for, have been for Christian books.] This erence had created a desire to write something which would fall into this genre; and I’d started to write two, a YA/NA Christian romance novella; and a book which would contain 40 item of Christian poetry, and 40 Christian Flash Fictions.

It had been shortly afterwards having reported I’ve almost finished writing the poetry portion of the book that I started to received “phantom” excusing of me of plagiarism, copyright infringement, etc in connection to what I’ve written, threatening lawsuits, etc. were soon to follow. I say phantom emails, because responding to any them would result in a message stating the email address didn’t exist. Still, there was a validating reference which made them seem to be realistic, which caused me to shut down my creative thought process, decimating my ability to do any sort of writing. With a recent return of these emails I decide to start researching the copyright issues which with what I had written, with no positive results, I’m getting someone to query the US Copyright Office for their official opinion regarding the status of what I’ve done, which will take up to 5 business days for a response. So, because of the manner in which this has been happening, this whole ruckus is probably due to some poor unfortunate jealous individual who gets their kicks out of doing this to other people. The interesting thing about all this is that, the individual behind all of this is not bothering my sinful, erotic side of me. Hopefully, once I’ve resolved any possible copyright issue, I hope to resume ALL of my writing endeavors by the beginning of next month.

During all of this recent ADO, I’ve reached another milestone regarding my book reviewing; because on 4/26/19 I had posted my 1,100 the review. So, if you’re looking for your next book to read, or to give as a gift for a child, why don’t you check out my reviews on Amazon at

THANKS for being here and for your kind support.

Robin Leigh