Monthly Archives: May 2018

NO GREATER JOY!

“I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.” – 3 John 1:4 (English Standard Version) I love writing. A day when I put a couple thousand words on the page (screen) is … Continue reading

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FITNESS FOR WRITERS

I described in an earlier post how, following the pros’ advice to have a designated space set aside especially for writing, I created a nifty writing spot in the now-clean boys’ room upstairs. (All my “boys” are men and have … Continue reading

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QUERY WRITING: JUST DO IT

“Query.” The word even sounds like an upset stomach. Preparing and submitting queries is probably my least favorite thing to do related to writing. Alas, queries are in inescapable part of the writing life! Because “I’d rather not,” I’ve constructed … Continue reading

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CAN’T DO SOMETHING BIG? DO SOMETHING SMALL!

Today is a wash for me as far as writing goes…doesn’t look like I’m going to make it upstairs to tackle my 3-hours-or-1,000-words-a-day goal. I told my daughter this morning, “I am a constipated writer.” All these words inside my … Continue reading

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IN THIS MOMENT

I spent time getting better acquainted with a new friend last week. Something she said really stuck with me: “In this season of life, I am endeavoring to rest in and to truly appreciate each moment that God gives me.” … Continue reading

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