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Elements of Life is Free to Download Today!
So, I know I haven’t been around in a while. Okay, it’s been a long time! You know life is busy and crazy when a writer is too busy to even write her own blog. :)
I wanted to take the time to share some good news with you. Back a few years ago, I became part of an anthology project with Twin Trinity Media through one of their contests. The end result was a book of eclectic stories and poems by authors with backgrounds and ideas as varied as the written pieces themselves! Two of my poems and one of my short stories are published in this book.
The best part is you can download a FREE copy of the book today. Don’t wait, though. This is a one-day deal with Amazon. Go grab your copy here: Elements of Life free download.
Here’s a short synopsis of the book to peak your interest:
Every rhythm is defined by beats and pauses. If life is a cyclic rhythm, the beats that define it are the basic elements: Birth, Life, Death and all the stages in between.
Winners of the Accentuate Writers Short-Story Contest present his or her own interpretation of the refrains heard played by the Elements of Life. From Katherine Shaye’s story of a young woman fighting the ravages of Alzheimer s disease to Robert Arend’s tale of a woman trying desperately to make a deeper impression on life to Jo Brielyn’s heart-wrenching rendition of survival, love, and loyalty, there are codas, arias, and lilts to appeal to all tastes.
Exceptional poetry lyrically garnishes the pages as the perfect palate cleanser between the main courses, lending to the literary value of this volume. With a foreword from Rissa Watkins, who recently battled against cancer for her life, we kick off the anthology on a high note that keeps us flipping pages until the last tone fades with the last word on the last page of the Elements of Life.
This Song is for You
I’ve been doing a lot of soul searching lately about the the direction I should go with my life and my writing career. So, last Sunday I saw a sign that contained a quote by Francis Chan that I simply haven’t been able to get it off my mind since I read it. Here’s the quote:
“Our greatest fear should not be of failure but of succeeding at things in life that don’t really matter.”
That one sentence says so much. Apparently, that alone wasn’t enough for me though. I woke up this morning with a song on my heart that won’t go away no matter how many other songs I sing. Ever have that happen? Well, I’m a believer, and I don’t believe that things happen by coincidence. God has put this quote and this song in my heart and mind for a reason. I just have to figure out how that plays into the decisions I need to make.
So, like I often do when a song hits me, I put aside the work and sat down to the piano to sing my heart out for a while. There’s nothing that fixes my attitude and my focus quite like it. Still, even after I sang and played for almost an hour, I kept coming back to that same song. For some reason unknown to me, I’m supposed to share this song with you all today. I’ve never done this before. Yes, I’ve sang, played instruments, and performed in front of people before. I’ve even been played on the radio before. But never, ever have I made a video and placed it on the big, bad Web.
But God is prompting me to do this. When He speaks, I listen. So, this song is for someone out there. I don’t know your name or what the circumstance is that you’re going through right now, but God does.
You were made for His glory. You were made for a specific purpose. You were made to praise Him in all that you do.