Every aspiring author wants to be known for writing an epic story. Yet many of us will never get there; not unless we do the deep, hard work and lean into our craft. That is why it is so important to start with the right foundation to launch our novels forward. Over the past few […]
The cold is painfully pinching my toes – I hate standing still in the winter. But it’s what I have to do, because he’s running.
You’ve heard about Ephesians 5:16’s “redeeming time,” usually coupled with ways to work more – but what about those with a weary soul?
Writing got sidelined this week, but while the hubby is getting Speedy to sleep, I’ve got an IMMOLATION chapter five snippet for you.
In my family, we love our falling water. So we had to check out this one boasting seven waterfalls in one short hike. Too good to be true? I think not.
I’m a little giddy to share this piece of chapter four. Because this is where the story kicks it up a notch…And it’s told from Caleb’s perspective.
Ah, rest. We love it, but it can be hard to come by. And what does “doing rest” and getting sweaty on a hiking trail have to do with each other?
I argue with myself… Should I explain the Immolation snippet, or let you deduce and imagine? I prefer the latter, and it’s closing time at the museum.
Ryan and I had an eye-opening experience when we were exploring some abandoned train cars…
Striving sneaks up on me without warning. What is it that makes us strive, and how do we let go and live more peacefully?