1. There are times when we experience great loss. The need to express ourselves in written form can become a torrent of words. Audrey Frank, at The Write Conversation, shares her experience with writing from this hard place. She has some good insights on how to make sure those words are helpful and not harsh.
2. We haven't had many links recently on marketing. I found this article by Jane Friedman, at Publisher's Weekly. on two mistakes to avoid if you want support for your book.
3. WND reports on a woman's cash being confiscated for no reason. There was no crime, no allegations, nothing. However, they deemed the fact she was traveling with a large amount of money "suspicious." The family is suing for the return of the money. There have been other instances of the TSA and DEA confiscating innocent people's money.
4. Rhonda Rhea posts a devotional at The Write Conversation entitled, "Now That's Alarming." I enjoy her humorous take on things and how she leads into a more serious truth.
5. Spring and visions of flowers dance toward our doorstep. I can see them approaching in the distance. Here are 10 spring garden tips to prepare for those stunning blooms.
Writers: Have you used writing to express your grief? What form did it take? Please share.
Readers: What prompts you to help an author?
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Thanks Susan. When it comes to expressing grief inw riting, I do it in my journal, yes with a pen on paper. No editing, no audience, no rewriting, just God.
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