I was reading Chris Bowler’s most recent email newsletter today. In the intro to it he makes the comment: It has simply been a matter of waiting and looking for the right things to write about. And maybe to focus on practicing more than preaching (always a good thing). I can identify with both searching […]
If there are rules for writing well, they are at best provisional insofar as each instance of a well-done story teaches us anew what a story can be and the possibilities for invention and innovation. Charles Johnson, The Way of the Writer pXV
I’m trying to change my writing routine so that I get back to drafting my posts in a notebook and later transcribe this (with edits) into WordPress. Today’s post is currently en route to the notebook. Another change I’m making is avoiding using a computer or screen after 10pm. As you can guess, this means […]
Learning to dig for the bedrock of Christ and writing from that foundation about the messy details of life.