Hello, Write Edge readers! We’re well and truly into December now, and with only 22 days left in the decade I hope you all have plans for some merriment. I also hope that if you’re pursuing a particular passion or goal that the holidays remind you of the incredible gift these pursuits are. Some don’t have the luxury of pursuing anything beyond the source of their next meal. Please remember that and be generous in your giving.
For those of you on a schedule even through this holiday season, I have a quote to remind you to stay on track. The quote speaks to writers, but, as always, I think you could substitute any creative endeavor (or, really, any passion you have that you’re sincerely pursuing) and the quote still apply. It reminds us that life is about more than just going through the motions.
“Why do we write? Because we cannot simply live.”—Pattie Smith
As I announced last week, The Write Edge Writing Workshop is on hiatus for December as I continue to work on my novel. It’s so much fun! Of course, I do miss meeting new characters and following them on their stories. I can’t wait to get back to the Workshop in January. In the you’re more than welcome to check out previous posts.
This week I’m reviewing a book that isn’t necessarily new to the publishing world but is new to me. Circus Mirandus by Cassie Beasley came across my review list a few years ago, and I’m finally getting the chance to read it. Find out what I thought of it this Wednesday on The Write Edge Writing Workshop!
At the end of this week, we go back to my parenting adventures and all that my girls and I are up to. Check it out on Friday on Growth Chart!
Have a wonderful day and week, readers!