Thorns

The other night, I had myself pretty stressed out. Everything I needed to do, all the tiny, forgotten details, and the stacks of correspondence seemed to be closing in on me. Each second, I remembered two more things. Last Sunday’s sermon was on the parable of the Sower. (And I got to read the Mark … More Thorns

Book Review: Left to Die

“Lindy Greene’s life is perfect. Too perfect. But living as a missionary nurse, serving in a rural hospital in China, soon brings the disaster she fearfully anticipates. All of her well-thought-out plans for the future disintegrate after pulling a fatally ill, disfigured, abandoned child from a pile of trash. She doesn’t even like babies. Nathan … More Book Review: Left to Die

Writing Advice for Today

As I work through edits on my medieval adventure “The Twin Arrows”, I realize it’s been almost exactly three years since I’ve published a book. I’ve been spending time networking, figuring out my style, and learning all I can about my craft. There is so much advice for authors, and I’ve only experienced a drop in the bucket. Articles, … More Writing Advice for Today

Project Juggling

Do you ever have those moments when you are literally bursting with creativity but you’re already locked into a project and probably shouldn’t jump ship to work on whatever you want to? Yeah, me too. It’s a hard life. 😉 “The Twin Arrows” is progressing very well. I have been gifted with the world’s sweetest, most … More Project Juggling

Plate Update: “Camping”, Em Dashes, and Castles

April was a whirlwind! Is it really over already? Here’s a quick update on what I did last month. This full plate was a delightful mixture of Easter ham and Camp NaNoWriMo snacks. 😉 Beta-read and read for review: Shadows of the Hersweald (five stars) Lydia Howe’s current WIP “Echoes” 😉 Martin Hospitality (five stars and … More Plate Update: “Camping”, Em Dashes, and Castles