Tag: fiction

Making Progress – An Update

Hey Everyone!! I’ve reached the $200 mark on the fundraiser and I cannot thank you guys enough. I’ll be posting some of the gifts that I have in mind, but I need your help. Please vote for the gifts that you would most like to see as give-aways. I know that I won’t please everyone…

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CONTEST!! Ends July 1, 2014

Calling all my creative friends… If you’re like me, I’m always looking for an excuse to create..so, here’s the contest: Use this picture in any artistic medium (sketch, photoshop, paint, etc) and create an “Unsaintly” portrait. There’s nothing huge to win, other than to have your friends nominate you for the best picture. Once all…

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Writer’s Blues

A few minutes until lunch time. It couldn’t come quick enough. Thinking of curling up with my laptop and writing. Dreaming of being far away from reality. It’s rainy, dark, cloudy. So perfect for this kind of creativity. I wish I had more time to write, of course. So many stories bounce around in my…

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Craziness Within My Head

When I set out to write this book, I remember thinking how easy I thought it would be. I would just sit down and type away on my keyboard like I did all the time. Coming up with stories is so easy for me. I have ideas that swirl around in my head all day…

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Inspiration

Today is Sunday.  Normally, this is the day I do all my chores for the week.  Loads of laundry that pile up,  cleaning my bedroom, etc. I want to write a little every day but sometimes on Sunday I find it hard to find inspiration,  or even motivation.  I wonder what other authors and fellow…

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Prologue

Prologue It was a warm, clear summer sky over the trail to the private garden of one of the monasteries in the south of France.  During the hour following lunch and prayers, many of the clergy would tend to the garden. Among the meticulously cared for roses were statues so lifelike it felt as though…

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