Friday Ramblings From An Author-A Week to Be Inspired



It’s only March and guess what? The wonderful Debbi at OIRW asked me for ideas for next year’s classes. Everything is now set and planned. I’ll be posting the schedule here soon for you to check out. Once again, I’ll be teaching exclusively for OIRW. And more about this later, but there’s going to be an online summer writing retreat.

It’s been a week of inspiration for me. My students often tell me I inspire them, but don’t tell anyone, it’s the other way around. In the last few days, students have shared their own personal struggles with me and it’s convinced me that if we put our minds to doing something, even in the face of adversity, it can happen.

I’ve had a week of different projects and love working on the journals and planners so much I’m turning my attention to topics outside of writing and coming up with what’s known as low content books. (Yes, it gives me a break from all the words too!)

I’ll be posting the first of the Saturday Seminars tomorrow so if you’re a follower, you’ll get that automatically. If you’re not, check back here at around 6 a.m. Central Time. (And yes, become a follower…we’re almost at 700). Let’s see how this goes and if you find it useful.

Speaking of time, if you’re in the US, remember to change your clocks this weekend. One hour forward before you turn in on Saturday night.

Finally, thank you to D.V Stone for her wonderful post yesterday about the delete button. I think it’s been one of the most popular posts ever.

Have a fun week and happy writing to all.

Friday Ramblings

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