Lutheran author, hymnist, and CPH editor Lisa M. Clark now has a website up and running and it’s well worth a look: Why of a Writer. She has posted a few articles and interviews, but what pleases me most is her desire to support fellow and aspiring writers!
She explains her blog (in part) in this way:
As someone who loves words, I’ll share some of my own learning and experiences with you. As someone who ponders process, I’ll get to the heart of why writers write in the first place. And as someone who can’t help but find meaning and learning in every endeavor, I’ll do my best to teach and learn as we grow together.
The posts, I imagine, will be varied. But they’ll all have to do with the craft of writing one way or another. So whether you love to craft words, consume words, or simply contemplate words, I’d love for you to join me.
Nothing like sharing some “Why of a Writer!” 🙂 Sounds good to me, Lisa! Woo hoo!
And, of course, we may as well highlight her books since we’re getting close to Christmas. 🙂
(My review here. I’m thankful to God to have it in my family library.)