I have read several articles and blog posts on writing but there was one single piece of advice that really lit a fire into me. With this advice, I was able to harness my imagination and translate it into actual pages in my Google Doc. I believe that this advice was one of the things that helped me write and finish In the Presence of the King.
Last week I wrote out the hardest parts about being an unpublished writer. This week we are focusing on the positive. To be honest writing the negative parts were easier than the positive. Not because it wasn't hard to identify but that I focus and dwell way too much on the negative. It just poured [...]
Inspiration can come and go during the writing process. It is as finicky as getting a baby to sleep. But there are a few ways that I've learned that can get the inspiration machine running. Here are my top three ways to get inspired to write.
Last week I announced the redesign of my blog along with the new name, basically its the same URL but dropping the wordpress at the end. With the new site redesign I included a new page dedicated to the book. That was a soft announcement, but I wanted a whole blog post dedicated to it.
Check out what I've read in January!
Books + Pretty Graphs = #GeekLife
There are moments during the book writing process when stuff is happening all at once. There is action everywhere, the feelings are high, you feel like you are making progress. And sometimes progress looks like waiting around.
Hey Y'all, I'm back! I was gone for a week due to vacation in which I saw some cool stuff, sat back on the beach but most importantly finished reading a couple of books.
I just finished The Real Faith by Charles S. Price. It was so revealing and transformative. God used this book to really open my eyes, not to truths I didn't already now but to truths that I know but don't truly apply to my life. It is so easy for humans, or at least me, [...]
"I am a Christian, in the only sense he wished any one to be; sincerely attached to his doctrines, in preference to all others."