Leave the Results to God Learning to deal with a chronic illness includes leaving the results to God. Following doctor’s orders on diet, rest, exercise can seem futile when we don’t see the results we expect. When living with a chronic illness, we may feel we cannot do anything for God. Today’s verse sheds light… Continue reading Leave the Results to God
Read Regularly Reading is necessary for writing. Not only is reading the fodder for novel-writing, but it is also fun. It also helps you relax as well as grow. Photo Source: Pixabay
Kepler’s Aphorism #3 – One Page a Day The average page has 250 words. If you write 1 page a day 5 days a week you will end the week with 5 pages or 1,250 words written in one week. If you do one page a day, 5 days a week for 52 weeks you’ll end the… Continue reading Kepler’s Aphorism #3 – One Page a Day
I was sixty-four years old before I was able to write full-time and I don’t make enough money off my writing to support myself solely on my writing income. I required having multiple streams of income to achieve this goal. It also took my being debt free. Even with my simple lifestyle, my combined earnings from… Continue reading Kepler’s Aphorism #2 – Don’t Plan on Earning Enough Money Writing to Live On
There is truth in my saying. A writer is not a writer until he has written his article, short story or book and submitted the work. A traditional writer cannot sell the piece until the agent accepts it, shops it, and sells it. A self-published writer must write the book, edit the book, market the… Continue reading Kepler’s Aphorism #1 – You cannot be a working writer unless you submit your work.