Monthly Archives: April 2014

Revisiting Old Journals

They say the teacher learns more than the students, and last night’s journaling class verified the truthfulness of that. In the process of teaching the lesson, I learned a very important lesson: be specific. Although I already knew the importance … Continue reading

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Give Pinterest a Shot?

  I recently posted my current reading list for anyone looking for book suggestions. And truthfully, I wanted to let some of my reading/writing friends know that I haven’t been a slacker, at least not in the reading department. Here’s … Continue reading

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Watch That Word Count!

See if you think this post is any different from my earlier ones. I just finished reading The Shy Writer Reborn by Hope Clark, and she’s changed the way I look at blogging. Creator of the website, author of the … Continue reading

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Spiritual Direction and Science Fiction

  I’ve been reading like Martha Alston. She’s a sister bibliophile whom I met a dozen years ago when we were both working at Central Carolina. I had just started teaching there and was getting to know everyone. A friend … Continue reading

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