Inner Wounds

Writing is in my blood. It flows through my body and keeps me going. It takes me to cities–indeed countries–I may never see. And it allows me to connect with others on a deeper level. I get to deal with inner wounds that only God can heal that mirror my readers’ struggles. Thank you Lord for the gift of helping others through my writing.

Does reading help you to heal your inner wounds? Do you connect with characters in ways you may never connect with people? Comment below.

FEAR: Our Worst Nemesis

Writing scares me. I wonder every day if all this work is for nothing…if there’s a point. But then I remember the dream God whispered in my ear years ago. He said to write. So scared or not I’m going to trust His plan.

Are you afraid to put yourself out there? Be encouraged today to know God’s plan is the best. Even when we’re scared.

What are you afraid of but know you must do it? Comment below.

Killer Covers

Writers Shirlee McCoy and Michelle Griep have caught my attention this week. With Christmas only days away, I’d love to have their books in my stocking.

Christmas on the Run has me wanting to take a jog of my own into this cheerful little town on the cover. This suspense by Shirlee McCoy has great atmosphere.Christmas on the Run (Mission: Rescue) by [McCoy, Shirlee]Michelle Griep has all that is majestic in her cover art for Twelve Days at Bleakly Manor: Book 1 in Once Upon a Dickens Christmas. I love the castle house and craggy tree. It’s as if this book is wrapped up in a Victorian gift box.12 Days at Bleakly Manor: Book 1 in Once Upon a Dickens Christmas by [Griep, Michelle]Take your pick. Both books make Christmastime even more special as they help us remember what is important at Christmas: Christ. Are you up for a suspense or an historical romance tonight? Comment below.

Writer of Killer Romance and Encourager to Fellow Christians