Stories about The Writing Life

the writing life – reimagine

I’ve lived a lot of life and am likely older than most of the folks who will read One Woman Can Change The World. And I watch friends post...

the writing life – reconnect

I’m thinking about you today, wherever you are. The winds have whipped us hard about and have moved you far away from me. But today I am thinking of...

the writing life – rest

In Guatemala, the hillsides are sewn together in patchwork beauty. Even precariously perched gardens yield their bounty year after year. The fruit of the vines travels to souls who...

the writing life – restore

Discover. Uncover. Learn. They are all quite acceptable words, really. Each holds within them the beauty of exploration and adventure. But all fell short when it came to describing...

the writing life – remember

There’s a song by a band called The Script that says, “I still look for your face in the crowd, Oh if you could see me now. Would you...

the writing life – reach

What is the power of one? One hand reaching out to hold another strengthens both. One heart stretched and shaped gives space for greater love. One voice joining with...

the writing life – rewrite

This was never the original plan, but it is a most masterful rewrite. On the list of things I wanted to be when I grew up, you’d find archaeologist,...

When Jesus Steps in to Dreams

I’ve shared this story with but a few people, and in a moment of bravery published it in a now defunct digital magazine a few years back. The story...

I Will Not Curse You.

“Sometime around early November, it begins,” I told Kellye as we gathered for a virtual cup of coffee. “I stare down the remainder of the year as an obstacle...

Twelve More Stories in the Life of a Writer

Motivation and mantras. Rejection and rewrites. Ideas and confession—and a personal addiction. Here are twelve more stories in the life of this writer, including the one about the best...

The Writing Life – Change the World.

My husband smiled as I snapped the picture of the bookstore that shines its light in our local airport. It’s not the first time I’ve taken a photo of...
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