Tuesday, September 2, 2014

What I Learned While NOT Writing

As I race toward a self imposed deadline, I’ll be posting some “Oldies but Goodies” on Mondays, unless inspiration hits! Be sure to read until the end for my thoughts today! Jan 2007 Ten months ago I placed my writing on the altar, realizing that publication had consumed my life and my writing had become […]

Friday Flashback: Ramblings with Author Ronie Kendig

Flashback Fridays: We’re taking a look at where these writing moms and dads were years ago. Up today, an interview with Ronie from April 20, 2006! Check out her website for what she’s writing today! Ronie, thanks so much for agreeing to share your life and struggles with me. I was drawn to you because […]

Using Routines for Focused Writing

I remember hearing a story about Charles Wesley’s mom. She had a dozen or so kids in her home of various ages, personality types, and volumes.  (I bet she home schooled!) This brilliant lady had a habit, every afternoon after lunch, of sitting in her rocking chair and covering her head with her apron. That signaled […]

Missed Opportunities: If Only I’d Known!

Have you ever thought about the consequences of delayed obedience? I don’t mean physical punishments, but rather missed opportunities. Blessings that could have been yours if only you’d gone for it and done what you knew you should do when you knew you should do it. There are a few things my daughter absolutely hates. […]

8 Ways to Revive Your Writing Mojo

I recently posted 8 Ways to Kill Your Writing Mojo. Today I want to focus on the reverse problem. What if your writing mojo is dead and you want it back? I have some ideas for that, too. Take an adventure. The first time I went to the Caribbean, I returned with a book outline, a […]

8 Ways to Kill Your Writing Mojo

This whole writing business can be quite pesky. I mean, who really needs a muse popping up at inconvenient times and giving you burning inspiration that simply must be addressed? Who likes having a physical need to express oneself creatively? And who enjoys a solid groove of manuscript progress? There are ways to make it […]

Flashback Friday: Author Mom Christy Barritt

Welcome to Flashback Fridays! For the summer and beyond, I’m going to run some nostalgic posts on parenting and writing from writing wannabes, newbies, and published authors. Many of these prepublished writing interviews are now published. So I encourage you to visit their sites and see what they’re up to today. 2007 Interview Christy Barrit […]

Letting Go of My Writing… The Post That Started Me Blogging

Today I am in mourning. I’m grieving the loss of a love. The loss of an idol in my life. My writing.

Flashback Friday: Author Lisa Samson

Welcome to Flashback Fridays! For the summer and beyond, I’m going to run some nostalgic posts on parenting and writing from writing wannabes, newbies, and published authors. Many of these prepublished writing interviews are now published. So I encourage you to visit their sites and see what they’re up to today. 2007 The first Lisa […]

Flashback Friday: Author Lynette Sowell

Welcome to Flashback Fridays! For the summer and beyond, I’m going to run some nostalgic posts on parenting and writing from writing wannabes, newbies, and published authors. Many of these prepublished writing interviews are now published. So I encourage you to visit their sites and see what they’re up to today. 2006  Lynette Sowell is […]

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