When I’m writing, I feel Him near. Which must be why I not only love to write, I love to read, too.
I used to read mainly inspirational romances (my favorites can be found here) that I found at my favorite bookstore. Then God began writing my very own love story, and I branched out to read more relationship books (here are the ten I highly recommend!). Especially since getting married, I’m reading more nonfiction than ever before, like these five foundational books for newlyweds.
In fact, I love reading in general, even in the midst of my busy life. Here’s some tips + tricks for making time to read again. If you love to read, too, add me to your own reading network here. When you do, you’ll notice my books!
I’ve written my own inspirational romance series, as well as a writing guide designed to equip you with the tools you need so that you can get right back to writing and respecting your reader.
If you’re a writer looking to become published, I’ve also written about how to make connections in this industry, why you might want to try yWriter software, and the secret to writing an authentic love story. For motivated writing sessions, check out these three tricks. Don’t forget to tackle internal transitions while you’re at it. And never ever let the artist die.
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