Lillian Duncan is an author, speech pathologist, educator, and wife. Not necessarily in that order. She writes the type of books she likes to read–suspense with a touch of romance.  To learn more about Lillian’s books, visit

Lillian lives in a small town in the middle of Ohio Amish country with her husband, four parrots, one Jack Russell, and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel that she’s thinking about renaming Clifford since he keeps growing and growing and….  

Lillian received her Bachelor’s degree from Akron University in Speech Pathology and Audiology and a Master’s degree from Kent State in Deaf Education. She retired  from Cleveland Municipal School several years ago and now works part-time for Tri-County Educational Service Center as a speech pathologist.

 She enjoys a variety of activities, including traveling, camping, and bowling. She is active in her church 

Whether as a speech-language pathologist, an educator, or writer, she believes in the power of words to change lives, especially God’s Word. Writing this devotional blog is a way to share the amazing love God has for each of us.




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    • Thanks so much for taking the time to write to me. As writers, we never know if are words help someone else. So, I’m appreciative of you taking the time, especially when you aren’t feeling well. Praying for complete healing for you.

  1. I was wondering if you have any suggestions for me? I’m thinking of writing a book myself, but not sure how to begin.. I’ve had a desire to write fiction, but also a desire to write something deeper, more meaning, with life insights. I’ll leave my contact info below if you have time.

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