Here’s a quick little GoodReads quiz to see how much you know about their Author Program. Good Stuff, both to know and utilize! 🙂
Monthly Archives: August 2017
Odds are good that you’ve experienced a writing drought. Maybe you’re in a slump. Or a funk. Maybe too many other things are just flooding your schedule, but today I thought we could address vocational jumpstarts and how that can help us jump back into writing, too.
Sorry, guys. Monday was our first day of homeschooling and time got away from me, so I only have the briefest of posts:
Let’s celebrate that 2,745 people have visited my Living Lutheran Authors page! That’s amazing for how long it’s been up! Woo hoo for cultivating community and awareness for living Lutheran authors!
And, there have been 850 views on my Crafts and Crafted-for-Free: Free Resources page! Yay for church freebies and raising awareness of our Lutheran craftsmen and artists!
Here’s hoping both numbers grow exponentially and please do let me know if there are people to add or update. Thanks!
Temporary-but-timely* freebie now available: The Great American Eclipse Bible Study. From what I gather, people from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, created ConcordiaTheology.org as a forum for conversation between theological perspectives and to help cultivate “a vigorous life of the mind in service to the Gospel.”
I got behind on finishing Pless’s Handling the Word of Truth since I set it down . . . somewhere . . . but a five star review is still coming from me for that reread. In the meantime, I found out about a new book set to come out from CPH titled The Necessary Distinction: A Continuing Conversation on Law and Gospel.
Below is a link to “5 Tips for Writing a Likeable “Righteous” Character.” What would 5 tips for writing a realistic character look like for us as Lutherans?
Some quick encouragement to help us focus from the talented author/hymnist/editor Lisa Clark:
If you love to write, write. Don’t worry about all the details that can bring about an abrupt halt to your creativity. But as you write, continue to ask yourself your motivation behind your work. If for personal enjoyment, great. Write things you personally enjoy. If for your family, great. Keep that audience in mind. One of the biggest mistakes writers make is confusing their writing by adding too many different goals each time they sit down to create.