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…
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.
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.
It is my outlet to be creatively succinct.
Think short, think concise, think condensed. What is your theme?
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Embracing God's Grace Daily
by Lize Bard