Well, all right, I’m not saying that October is inherently outrageous. But… It just came upon me so quickly! And it’s dashing by – I can’t keep up! And it’s publication month and I’m supposed to be one big publicity machine! Maybe that’s overstating it, but it can feel a bit overwhelming, as friends at … More the outrageousness of October
The laborious art of book writing…my eyes are lined with shadows, my heart is almost bled dry.
There is a kind of birthing and it takes its toll. … More the laborious art of book writing
Sue Russell has kindly tagged me to continue the Monday Blog Tour (see Sue’s post here). You’ll have to forgive me if my answers to the set questions are a) very brief or b) long and rambly, as there is only so much coherency I can manage when my sinuses are having a strop (cold/flu/something viral … More Monday Blog Tour
Want to see the future? It is brighter than you think. What we believe about tomorrow determines how we live today. As Christians debate how to faithfully engage with our rapidly changing world, our vision of the future has never been more important. This is the ethos behind Futureville: discover your purpose for today by reimagining … More Book Review: Futureville by Skye Jethani
…sounds a bit traumatic, doesn’t it? Relax, it’s a metaphor. In the back of my mind, for some months, I’ve been pondering my next big writing project. It’s strange when you’ve worked on something for so long. I fell in love with Forgetful Heart, and that’s how I was able to write it. It was like my … More on finding my new best friend…