It’s been a week of ups and downs. Monday I celebrated the last submission to my critique group. Good times. Then, with their help (for which I’m still genuinely grateful), I took a ride down to the pits realizing I am far under the recommended average length for books in my genre….by about 25,000 words.Continue reading “Rollercoaster Week (a.k.a. Life)”
I’ve at least hinted before, here in this little space of mine, that I feel most connected to God when I’m writing. I’m convinced it’s what he created me to do. Yes, I’m also a fine mother and wife and church communications director. I can design a logo, cook a pretty decent dinner, and evenContinue reading “Author, God”
I don’t recall when or why it came to be, but my favorite song is “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong. It’s been recorded by several artists, but in my mind no one does it better than the original.
I talk a lot about grace here on the blog and in my writing. It’s even in the working title of my first novel, Good Graces. It’s easy to talk about when I’m telling others about it’s healing powers, the way it can bring peace to you life. We can’t deserve God’s grace, it’s freelyContinue reading “Give Me Grace Today”
This weekend I logged 12 hours of writing. I worked through rewriting and submitting three chapters to my critique group for review. It was glorious and inspired…and awful.