Category Archives: Writing

I Wasn’t Neurotic Until I Became A Writer (Killing The Desire For Success)

Here is a piece that I wrote for the Redbud Writer’s Guild Blog. It came out last week: http://www.redbudwritersguild.com/i-wasn%E2%80%99t-neurotic-until-i-became-a-writer#.TxV3A8fH-uQ.twitter

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C.S. Lewis on Writing/Writers Getting Over Themselves

One of the people I truly admire and want to emulate (Jan Johnson), a modern day Amma,  sent me this quote from Lewis: From the age of sixteen onwards I had one single ambition (becoming a successful writer), from which … Continue reading

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The Temptation For Writers and Artists and Poets and Musicians and Pastors

. . .  for all of us really. This comes from the Great Divorce By C.S. Lewis (one of my favorite books of all time).  pp. 84&85  “‘When you’ve grown into a Person (it’s all right, we all had to … Continue reading

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