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Bookstore Reflections, Part 1: The Eye

Slate grey skies deposited a steady stream of rain outside the bookstore in suburban New Jersey near Manhattan. As I sat in the bookstore café, I felt the familiar invitation to relax and read that for me always accompanied a rainy morning. On such days, I used to go to a bookstore, too—

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August 2016 Blog 1

The Write Palette: A Writer’s Dream Unshelved

by Rachel Richardson, Guest Blogger. If you are reading this, odds are you are a writer. If you are a writer, you have most likely experienced some self-doubt and loads of “helpful” advice about how you should be practical and pursue job security instead of your passion. At least, this was the case for me.

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July 2016 Blog 4

Do You Need To Start a New Chapter?

There’s nothing like embarking on a new chapter in your life. As writers, it can feel like we are doing that with each new devotional, article, or book segment we create. But it’s quite another thing altogether when you launch a new business and get married—all in the same summer.

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July 2016 Blog 3

Become a Master of Your Time

I’m a big fan of those who master time. As a child, I watched Doctor Who on PBS and was thrilled when the BBC rebooted the franchise in 2005. I love the tales of the Time Lord who travels through time and space in his TARDIS vessel. Now, not that I’m a geek or anything—

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July 2016 Blog 2

Three Writing Lessons From Baseball

Last Friday night I was fried—brain numb done. It had been a long week, and everything that needed to be done was done except for one thing: my next blog post. For five months, I’d stayed one week ahead on all of my post writing. Now I was behind and out of time and ideas.

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A Writing Career: Taking the Plunge

by Jack Martin, guest blogger Sweat begins to bead on my forehead as I clamber up the ten-foot ladder. My feet feel the sting of the sun-heated metal even as I tremble with nervous anticipation at the quickly approaching plunge.

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