Category: Writing goals

Using the Emotional Wound Thesaurus and More to Prep for NaNoWriMo

When I discovered the list of Emotional Wounds on http://www.onestopforwriters.com last year, I was beyond excited. One of my novel projects would involve the POV of three sisters facing life-changing events and I needed to get to know each of these characters personally and separately in order to give each woman her own voice, struggles, … Continue reading Using the Emotional Wound Thesaurus and More to Prep for NaNoWriMo

10 Take-Away Moments from Mount Hermon Writers Conference 2017

10 Take-Away Moments from Mount Hermon Writers Conference 2017

It's been ten days since I left the 2017 Mount Hermon Writers Conference. Yesterday morning was the first time I've had a chance to write since I was on the airplane.  I could give you excuses, but excuse or not, I needed to allow myself time to decompress. So, before I venture into my world … Continue reading 10 Take-Away Moments from Mount Hermon Writers Conference 2017

40 Days to Mount Hermon – Fasting and Prayer Week 2

DAY 8 - Friday "Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer." Romans 12:12 Somehow, I woke out of a deep dream in time to get my son to school. Another full day ahead and a birthday on Saturday (my youngest turned 13) - I realized writing time would be minimal. Yet, I … Continue reading 40 Days to Mount Hermon – Fasting and Prayer Week 2

Mount Hermon 2017 and My 40 Day Preparation Fast

In the time since my last post, God's prompted me with things I need to let go of and change for my writing pursuits to reach their full potential. I've been excusing my lack of discipline and focus due to the constant change and chaos in my life. As a result, I've begun efforts to change … Continue reading Mount Hermon 2017 and My 40 Day Preparation Fast

A New Thing Springs Up: A New Life and a New Story in Preparation for a Return to Mount Hermon

Last year at this time my life was in a severe upheaval. Since my husband and I had lost our jobs nearly a year earlier, we'd moved twice (locally) and started new jobs. Though we felt more appreciated than at our former employers, the work didn't pay nearly as well, and the work and commuting … Continue reading A New Thing Springs Up: A New Life and a New Story in Preparation for a Return to Mount Hermon