Writers are solitary by nature - a blanket observation of myself and those I have met. We suffer alone, write alone, and need to be solitary for our own comfort. Yet...
I get paid to write. That is the writer's dream, isn't it? To get paid to do what you love to do! Yes, I write five days a week for a healthcare analytics company out of Boston, MA. I love what I do, love the people I work with, and love what this fast growing … Continue reading What I Write Daily – A Writer’s Story
Wound-Proofing Our Writing Practice, a workbook allowing writers of all genres the tools to attain sufficient healing prior to publishing memoirs or fictional stories of traumatic events.
What does it look like to be sufficiently healed? That is the question I asked while writing the two workbooks (soon to be launched into the universe). What does sufficient mean? Sufficient - according to Miriam-Webster, the definition is "enough to meet the needs of a situation or a proposed end". Let's go with "enough for … Continue reading What Does Sufficient Healing Mean? A Writer’s Story
That is the hardest pill to swallow. I think of this and I cry, then I get mad, and finally I trust in God.
National Parks turns 101 today and they are beautiful! Thanks Pres. Roosevelt and nicely done, God.
There is nothing new under the sun. I knew better. It's my fault.
Obedient! This I what I was in order to write the book.
I stopped and listened. Tell the story, He said again. My story, His story, the journey to becoming that which He created me to be - His beloved child.
Michelle will be releasing her first book, "Finding My Damascus", on July 21st. Available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle e-Book.