Archive for July 2016

Writing Faith-based Fiction with Guest Author, Rachel Hauck

I’m so pleased to welcome my latest guest author for Thursday’s Writing Faith-based Fiction series. It’s been a while since I’ve posted to this series but the series is something close to my heart and I am working hard to seek out authors who might be interested in blogging as guests for this series. So, if you’re…

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The Dementia Chronicles #15 – Useful Tips for the Caregiver

This next installment of The Dementia Chronicles is not so much about caregiving than it is about the caregiver. If you are considering dog-paddling in the waters of caregiving, are already dog-paddling, or have dog-paddled the waters of caregiving, then you might find some value in today’s writing. These are what I have coined The Dementia Chronicles Useful…

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Some Days are Tough Like That

Yesterday was a blur. Some days are tough like that–tough and ugly. Running up and down, sideways before the satellite TV guy arrived. But so has this whole week so far—been tough and ugly. Leggy. Why, why, why must some days be difficult and others not so difficult? I guess the answer is easy: that…

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Do You Agree that Finishing a Novel is Not an Event?

Back in the day, I was attending this 2-week intensive writing boot camp. One of the instructors said, “Finishing your novel is not an event.” And, basically… Get over yourself! But I have to disagree. There are moments in a writer’s life when the completion of a novel is, indeed, an event. Like, finishing your first…

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In Limbo While Completing My Latest Novel

Wow. It’s been a while. I feel like I’ve been in a sort of limbo while completing my latest novel–an apocalyptic thriller. I’m holding off on revealing the title of this one simply because it may change when it’s published. In fact, since the beginning of this story’s writing, the title has changed at least twice.…

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Happy 4th of July!

Remembering some history of these United States of America and all who have fought and served to insure the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Here’s a shout-out to all of the other countries in this world who hold dear within their laws human rights and freedoms. Happy Fourth of July, friends. God bless you and keep you.

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