Every Valentine’s Day for the past four years, Ashley and I have spent the holiday with friends. This is the very best way to celebrate it, in our experience. And I can’t see us doing it any other way.
We do it right — dress up and go to some place fancy, indulge in the most amazing food we can find, usually stay up late and sleep in the next morning. We always end the evening with a molten chocolate cake (we insist on this, even if it’s not on the menu).
It’s a wonderful time of conversation, catching up, and enjoying life together. For us, Valentine’s Day is not about romance; it’s about friendship. After years of being married, I’m realizing how important this is.
I just heard from my publisher last week. My first book is coming together well, but I need your help in deciding a few things.
Before we do that, though, I want to share with you the full title. The book will be called Wrecked: When a Broken World Slams into Your Comfortable Life (Moody Publishers).
It’s about how people’s paradigms change due to exposure to pain and brokenness and how that shapes their faith in God and understanding of the world.
Ever wonder what the eBook hype is all about? Is it really a revolution of content? Or just another fad?
I recently connected with a couple of guys who are doing something really interesting with this new technology.
So I asked them for an interview.
Sean Platt and David Wright are authors of an eBook project called Yesterday’s Gone…
It’s tough to be a writer. Finding inspiration and finding work do not always come easily. As newspapers fall out of print and books go digital, technology feels like yet another hurdle between your words and your audience.
You may feel like your craft is held back by technology. But writers have an advantage. You are uniquely positioned to bridge the digital divide.
I wasn’t always from the South. In fact, I spent the first 22 years of my life in the North, as a Yankee. It wasn’t until I was 23 that I made the move to Tennessee. At first, I thought that southern culture was kind of ridiculous, but it’s really grown on me.