A Season to Shine Beyond

candles_2aAs my friend and I began to redesign my website to reflect more of my fiction writing than my editing (although I still do both), I found myself reflecting on what themes connected me, my writing, and my editing–not an easy task. I didn’t want to take away from my editing tagline (Making your next project S.H.I.N.E.), but I needed something that was more.

Shine Beyond is a vision for me, for my life, for my writing, and even spreading into my editing. As a born again child of the King, I have this light that I am responsible for. (“This little light of mine . . .” Yes, you’re welcome.) A light that needs to shine beyond me, beyond the darkness in this world.

This year, on Wednesdays, I’m inviting my friends–writers and non-writers–to share stories, articles, devotions, etc. that encourage others to Shine Beyond. If you haven’t already signed up to receive my blog posts/newsletter, I encourage you to do so. You won’t want to miss these posts!

If you are interested in participating, shoot me an e-mail! (My name at gmail.com–all lowercase.) In the meantime, I’m curious . . .

What or who has made a difference in YOUR life?

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  1. I started telling myself stories when I was about 9 years old, and I didn’t write them down until I was 11. But there’s no way I would have KEPT writing without the friends who read what I wrote and encouraged me to keep going. I had a group of 8 or 9 friends who read everything I wrote and knew more about my characters and my world than I did, and without their constant encouragement and enthusiasm, I wouldn’t still be writing today. Their faith in me and my ability to tell a story not only helped me find this path, but they kept me on it when I didn’t feel like a very good writer.

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