Monthly Archives: September 2019
A friend passed on a heartwarming article on writing that I thought you’d find encouraging. I certainly did. It centers around the “ingredients we have on hand” as we cook up our work.
Do you ever sit around talking and solving all the world’s problems? I do.
Today’s post is a bit of this and a bit of that. If you’re just now hearing about my launch team, you can read about that here. You’re still welcome to apply, although it’s filling up.
Ladies and Gentlemen, it was a good weekend. With in-laws and godparents visiting, I could hardly ask for more. I even got both quiet time and productive time! Gasp! Except, well, maybe there is one more thing I could ask for . . . a launch team for my upcoming book! Who’s with me?!
Spread the news! I am officially looking for members of my launch team. At this point, it will be for a book of Lutheran poetry, Ecclesial Poetry, Volume 1, but frankly I have several projects simmering away and, if desired, applying now will let team members reserve a spot for future teams, too.
What do you think? Want sneak peeks at the goodies I’ve been cooking up? Continue reading
Sometimes I wish I could have a writing partner. Well. Ok. Often I wish I could have a writing partner.
Folks, I’m a big fan of Dr. Korcok and his book, Lutheran Education From Wittenberg to the Future and right now it’s only $8.99 in paperback! Compared to its regular price of $42.99! Hop to, folks! I don’t know how long it’ll last!
Today is the launch day for The Mighty & The Mysterious: A Study of Colossians by LCMS Deaconess Heidi Goehmann! Yay!