Monthly Archives: January 2018

THE WORLD ITSELF COULD NOT CONTAIN THE BOOKS…

My prayer sisters were gathered for our first meeting of the New Year. We have been meeting together and praying for each other for one year. We celebrated by looking back through our prayer journals and recounting the many answers … Continue reading

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SNAIL MAIL AND SUNSHINE

I received a letter from my youngest son in the mail today. Now, I’m a big fan of email, texting, and Facebook chat threads, but nothing beats a good old-fashioned, pen-&-ink, real-paper-&-a-stamp letter! Maybe the magic comes from knowing that … Continue reading

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IMPROVING YOUR CRAFT

“If you don’t have the time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write. Simple as that.” – Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft I love to write. Blog posts, articles for the … Continue reading

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NOW I SIT ME DOWN TO WRITE…BUT FIRST, TO PRAY!

In her January 9, 2016, post at┬áBlog4Writers, Emily Akin advises writers to seek God’s purpose for their writing by “praying daily about our writing projects and desires.” What excellent advice! Do my words honor God? Are my words true? Are … Continue reading

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AN EPIC YEAR

A warm fire, a steaming bowl of tortellini soup, Keith Urban on Spotify, and Scrabble…a great way to wind down winter break! This week, I am trying to slowly ease back into a somewhat normal routine. I mopped floors Monday … Continue reading

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