Saying Goodbye


I finished my first novel yesterday. I confess I cried. Yes, near the end it brought tears both for the characters and me. Finishing a project is like wondering what to do on the day after Christmas. Content, but sad. Joyful, but empty. The idea for this story began thirty plus years ago. Yet it … More Saying Goodbye

Why Do You Write?


Yesterday, I opened an email from a follower of this blog and a reader of my new book, The Miracle of Us: Confessions of an Online Dater. My tears of joy could not be contained as I read how this person’s life was being challenged and changed by God.  In part, as a result of … More Why Do You Write?

Failing to Grow


A few weeks ago, I had a wonderful conversation with my eldest son. During the course of our discussion, he made two comments in relation to life and career: If you are unwilling to experience discomfort, you will not experience success. and It’s okay if I keep failing as a result of trying to grow. … More Failing to Grow

Are You Ready?


It’s almost here. The best of the best Christian writing conferences will educate and encourage writers in only two weeks; and it’s practically in my backyard! There’s still time to register for Mt. Hermon Christian Writers Conference, but you have to act now. Watch the video and you’ll see what writers are saying about this … More Are You Ready?