I completed my first NaNoWriMo this year. And my initial thought was, well, that was a fail. I was supposed to write 50,000 words in one month. I wrote 15,000. Here’s what happened every day: I’d sit at the computer with my fingers poised over the keyboard. I’m gonna do this thing, I’d think.Write. Tell […]
I love what fellow writer, Lucy Nel, has to say about waiting on the Lord. She’s blogging over at Quills & Inkblotts talking about the patience necessary as a writer – and in life! Stop by and be encouraged by her beautiful post! Be blessed,
I’m excited to post my very first author interview. Ta-da! Michele Israel Harper was kind enough to be my first victim- uh, volunteer. She’s just published a YA novel in two parts titled ‘Wisdom & Folly.’ I got a chance to throw some questions at her via email, and she was kind enough to answer them […]
Today I’m sharing! I love this post by fellow writer, Robin Scobee, over on Quills & Inkblotts. She talks about how writing is weird, and writing is lonely, and writing takes forever, and sometimes you need to talk yourself down from the ledge of giving up. Be blessed, Tell me how you’ve found God’s sufficiency in the midst of […]
I’m not very tidy. That’s not one of my talents. I can bake a mean chocolate brownie, teach a Bible study, run a 10k, and knit a pair of fantastically cabled socks. But I am not tidy. Like, at all. I’ve got piles of stuff everywhere. Books. Paperwork. (Mostly) clean laundry. Various finished and unfinished craft […]
I’m excited to be blogging over at International Christian Fiction Writers today. I’m writing about…well…writing! You can check my post out here. Be blessed!
A friend and her husband started their own business. They had a great product, and after seeking the Lord, stepped out into this new venture with a commitment to honour Him with their work. And it didn’t go quite the way they planned. It didn’t crash and burn, sending them into bankruptcy. But it didn’t exactly […]