A Writer in the Rough

I used to be bored with books and was a terrible reader. But then I experienced a well-written story, and it changed my world.
 
I fought the internal nudge for years to take a swing at writing. Who was I to strike out to be … an author? Nonsense!
 
But the nudge persisted.
 
After years of trying, failing–and failing miserably–I continued on. And I’m ever so thankful that I did.
 
Look at me … a Selah finalist. Selah’s a nationally recognized award offered to books and articles within Christian publishing that are considered excellent within their genre.
 
Oh friend, don’t ignore that nudge you’re getting. It may take time, but it will pay off.

Dipping Your Toe Into the Pond of Writing

rippling water

Is there a story in you, thrashing around to get out? Is your glass half full or half empty—or is the substance in your glass dancing and whirlpooling?

You could be a writer-in-waiting.

Check out Edie Melson’s post. It offers seven tips on how to be ready when inspiration hits.

Be ready. Offer your impressions to life. Tell your story. There are others who are waiting to read what you have to write.