Writer Wednesday: Final Day of Prep

Ah, can you smell it in the air? November is near. 🙂 That means tomorrow the pursuit begins in earnest. No more prepping, no more excuses, only writing. Serious, intentional writing. Well, maybe not always serious (you need to have some fun along the way), but certainly intentional. It’s the only way you make it... Continue Reading →

Fiction Friday: Flight of the Earls

*On Fridays I will share what I’ve been reading, whether fiction or non-fiction. The books here can range from fiction of any genre, to personal development, to how-to, and anything and everything in between. The Stats Title: Flight of the Earls (An Heir of Ireland novel) Author: Michael Reynolds Publisher/Year: B&H Publishing Group in 2013... Continue Reading →

Writer Wednesday: Update #2

As of Tuesday I have eleven and a half chapters completed. We’re going away this weekend and I won’t have much time for writing in the next couple of days, so I’m pounding out what I can. At this point I don’t think I’ll have all of the first book written before November 1st rolls... Continue Reading →

Monday Musings: Rest

This weekend was overall uneventful. That's not to say we didn't have a good weekend, or that we sat around doing nothing. Friday we spent time with my husband's family, Saturday with my family, and then with his extended family on Sunday. There was some work sprinkled throughout, but nothing back breaking or mind bending.... Continue Reading →

Fiction Friday: Dear Mr. Knightley

*On Fridays I will share what I’ve been reading, whether fiction or non-fiction. The books here can range from fiction of any genre, to personal development, to how-to, and anything and everything in between. The Stats Title: Dear Mr. Knightley Author: Katherine Reay Publisher/Year: Thomas Nelson 2013 Genre: Contemporary Christian Fiction Synopsis/Thoughts A young woman... Continue Reading →

Fiction Friday: A Portrait of Emily Price

*On Fridays I will share what I’ve been reading, whether fiction or non-fiction. The books here can range from fiction of any genre, to personal development, to how-to, and anything and everything in between. The Stats Title: A Portrait of Emily Price Author: Katherine Reay Publisher/Year: Thomas Nelson 2016 Genre: Contemporary Christian Fiction Synopsis/Thoughts Artist/restorationist... Continue Reading →

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