How incredible is the Creator of the Universe, who could use anything to turn the hearts of man—yet chooses the weary, the orphan, the defeated—to represent his powerful grace and mercy and give meaning to what the world would say is meaningless?
Tag: No Eye Has Seen
I side-stepped my plans to write this weekend in order to complete a bit more historical research at The Foley and Searls historical libraries in Nevada City, California. I'm inserting 3 to 4 chapters in advance of my original start to Part 2 (I'm no "pantster" so I will be completing a detailed outline prior to … Continue reading A Blend of History: A Walk Down Memory Lane in the Middle of Historical Research
6:56am For the last hour I have scooted around the house, my fuzzy socks whispering across the wood floors while I try not to wake anyone up. Three days ago I entered the Speedbo 2014 writing challenge on a whim. I rarely have time to read emails from the writing blogs I subscribe to, but … Continue reading Speedbo 2014: Challenging Myself to Complete the RD of Part 2 for No Eye Has Seen by March 31.
I held my breath and bit my lip as their comments came at me unexpectedly. My face warmed at their words. Were they serious? I did my best to smile humbly. This was almost worse than criticism. They not only liked my story, they loved it. And they loved my "poetic descriptions." Each time they … Continue reading Writer’s Critique Group, Week 3