I’m recovering from my reflection on civil unions and from a long weekend that included a beautiful wedding, the Printers Row Literary Festival where I met one of my favorite writers, and an equally long and fun day with my son on Monday. That said, I need a moment to recharge and get into my next posts.
In the meantime, take a look at these posts and articles from “friends-through-the-blog-world”:
- Michael Hyatt discusses Five Reasons You Should Write Your Goals.
- David Swanson opens again his sermon preparation process and reflects on something called Roadside Sabbath.
- I’m re-reading the penetrating Getting The Love You Want by Harville Hendrix who is interviewed here about the Love Gospel.
- Irene’s daughters host an interview with Nancy DiTomaso where she discusses white folks, unemployment, and finding work.
- Rachelle Gardner blogs on the important difference between break-out and break-in novels.
- Alan Rinzler talks here about self publishing and why writers are steering the ship through transitions in commercial publishing.
- Janet Bolin guest writes at Bookends on storytelling and its start in childhood.