I met a new to me author, Vicki H. Moss recently. She grew up with her brother’s flying squirrel and her mother cooked squirrel. While I live in a neighborhood full of black squirrels and some of our older neighbors talk about families that eat them, it doesn’t sound like my fried food for family. … [Read more…]
This weekend I grabbed my coffee and studied mission statements. I wanted to share a concise reason for my giving Capsules of Hope Caregiver Seminars. Writing a mission statement isn’t new to me, still I couldn’t define my goals simply. When I finished the project I felt empowered. Want to see that mission statement, check … [Read more…]
In 2005 a moderator on Fellowship of Christian Writers (FCW) encouraged freelance authors to post a goal on Monday. She suggested on Friday we post our accomplishments and praises. I took the advice. Now when I look back I can see where I’ve been and how far my writing has progressed. In 2005 I … [Read more…]
Several have noised around the importance of “social networking.” I listened, heard the scoop and decided to take the plunge. Granddaughter Savannah schooled Grandma. Before hand her mother said, “Now Sanny, just because you can skip around in there, remember…” She didn’t say, “Grams is old,” but I’m thinking my brain waves would have a … [Read more…]
Motto for 2009: TAKE TIME TO BREATHE —Live each moment. Remember, if it doesn’t publish now, it may in the future. AND MY GOALS ARE: Keep focused on my lifetime verse: Psalm 104:33-34. I don’t have a singing voice, but God gave me an author’s voice—praises on paper—I will write for Him. In … [Read more…]
A year ago a TWV2 online moderator asked: “What writing-related thing would you do differently next year?” My answer: Submit even more. I have a new sign in my office for 2008. One I hope motivates me to sell more:
A year ago I wrote: What writing-related thing would you do differently next year? Submit even more. I have a new sign in my office for 2008: YOU CANNOT SELL WHAT YOU DON’T SUBMIT.