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What inspires you to write? I’ve had a few weeks away from my keyboard lately. I could blame it on my daughter’s new equestrian team or my son’s football games or my new job…but if I’m honest with myself, I think I have been my own biggest hurdle. If you are a writer, do you ever go through times when sitting down and putting fingers to keys, words to screen or paper, just seems too painful? It all seems hard…and in a way, an open door to failure? Harsh? Maybe… but I’m also my own biggest critic, so why does it not surprise me if I turn out to be my own biggest obstacle? I have two WIPs going on right now – one a middle-grade fantasy and the other an edgy contemporary YA novel. I was on quite a roll with the fantasy there for a while, but got stuck in an invisible rut that has grown into the Grand Canyon where stories go to languish. I need to get my creative juices flowing again. I need to find the energy and the strength to write stories again. I need to write. Then, perhaps, life will find a balance again. So what do you do when you need inspiration? I used to belong to a writer’s group where we sat together and wrote “writing practice” a la Natalie Goldberg’s Writing Down the Bones. We’d come up with phrases or even words, set a timer, and write until the clock reached zero. Once in a blue moon, we’d bring along pictures as prompts, just to change things up a little. Maybe I need a little old-fashioned practice to get across that grand canyon. Any other ideas?
I've never been one of the people that goes to church every Sunday but I've always had my strong beliefs. I believe that it is a common misconception that people in today's society jump to conclusions about religion because there are so many different types of religions out there with their own beliefs but everyone has that same thing in common, the belief in a higher power looking out for them.
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Mitford Series by Jan Karon Books 1-9== what a wonderful, light, refreshing series of books. Love them all.
Mitford Series by Jan Karon Books 1-9. I loved these books. Wholesome and like family. So sad when she stopped writing them.
My Comfort Books! Reading them takes me to a simpler time and place.They remind me that God can use us anytime, anywhere and with everyone He puts in our path.
The Mitford Series by Jan Karon is at times poignant, funny, sweet, dramatic, tear-inducincly sad...many times all at once. The story of an Episcopalian priest in a small village in the mountains of North Carolina. Readers will fall in love with all the quirky, lovable characters in the small town, from a dog tamed by Scripture, to a sweet and sassy elderly lady who lets people know what's what. Worth Reading.