I remember just about exactly what I was doing approximately a year ago. I was in the process of editing a manuscript and trying to decide if I wanted to go indie with it. I have marvelous friends in the indie publishing world who were more than happy to help me get things started, but … Continue reading On This Day…
It has been an absolutely inexcusable amount of time since I last posted. No, really, it has. Where have you been, Jen? What has been keeping you from posting for over three months? Welllll when your house is in a state of utter chaos your mind tends to follow suit. We're getting our house ready … Continue reading Home Improvement
"Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends." John 15:13 I write this with a heavy heart. As you may or may not be aware, I have a part-time job with a local library, Westerville Public Library to be exact. One of the things I love about working … Continue reading John 15:13
Yeah, I know it's been 2018 for a week now. A little late to be wishing people a Happy New Year. But when your daughter doesn't return to school until the second week in January, you're having too much fun with her to be prompt about blog posts. So Happy New Year! 😉 I have … Continue reading Happy New Year!
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This is the week I look forward to all. year. long. This week is the American Christian Fiction Writer's Annual Conference. I am so blessed to be a part of this organization. Yes, I've learned a lot and made valuable professional connections but being a part ACFW has become so much more than that. I … Continue reading Conference Time!
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you start getting ahead of yourself? To the point where you start planning things out well before they should be? I found myself in that state of mind not very long ago. The specifics of the situation don't matter as much as how God brought me … Continue reading Too Far Ahead