A Step in the Write Direction
March 17, 2014
Update: Yes! I received a contract this last week for A Step in the Write Direction, so it won’t be going out of print. As I mentioned before, I’ll be combining the original book with the Student Edition, so I am selling all my inventory of this latter book for just $10 each, plus $3 s&h. This is a great book for home schoolers, Christian schools, beginning writers, or anyone who enjoys assignments throughout a book….I also have 5 copies left of the 2014 Christian Writers’ Market Guide for only $15, $3 s&h, and 100-Plus Motivational Moments for Writers and Speakers for half price—$5, and $3 s&h….My husband had his left hand x-rayed Monday after his fall and we’re thankful it wasn’t broken—just swollen and purple, but it’s getting a lot better….Happy St. Patty’s Day everyone. Hope the winter weather has begun to clear up in your area.
Thought for Today: The greatest tragedy in life is the prayers that go unanswered because they go unasked (Mark Batterson, Draw the Circle).
Laugh for Today: The lady was trying to impress those at the party. "My family's ancestry is very old," she bragged. "It dates back to the days of King John of England." Then, turning to a lady sitting quietly in a corner, she asked condescendingly, "And how old is your family, my dear?" The lady was trying to impress those at the party. "My family's ancestry is very old," she bragged. "It dates back to the days of King John of England." Then, turning to a lady sitting quietly in a corner, she asked condescendingly, "And how old is your family, my dear?" "Well," replied the woman with a smile, "I really can't say. All our family records were lost in the flood."
Song for Today:
Troubled soul, the Saviour can see
Ev’ry heartache and tear.
Burdens are lifted at Calvary;
Jesus is very near.
—John H. Moore, “Burdens Are lifted at Calvary”
This week we’re honored to have Linda McQuinn Carlblom, a member of our weekly critique group, Tuesday’s Children, as our guest blogger. I’m sure you’ll enjoy what she has to say.
Linda McQuinn Carlblom is a wife, mom of three children, and Grammy to six grandkids. She loves writing for children and young adults. After God, her top three loves are: family, reading, and cheesecake. Visit her at http://www.wix.com/llcarlblom/KidsBelieve or at her Parenting with a Smile blog, http://www.lindamcquinncarlblom.blogspot.com/
Have a good week spreading the
gospel through the printed page.
Donna Clark Goodrich