I am excited to announce two new opportunities. I am now a Contributing Writer for Crosswalk.com. My first article, 3 Encouraging Reasons ‘the Steadfast Love of the Lord Never Ceases’ for Us, has been published and I have three more article assignments to work on in the coming days.
I’m also Our Wisconsin Magazine‘s new Field Editor for Dunn County. I’m excited to be on the lookout for fun and unique stories about events and people in my little corner of Wisconsin. I have had some photographs published in this magazine in the past and I’m looking forward to submitting some articles for consideration in the future.
I have an update on the picture book proposal a publishing house was considering. They decided the story isn’t a good fit for their publishing needs at this time. I will keep pitching and submitting this story anywhere I can. I can’t wait for you all to read the story of a special little donkey one day. Hee-Haw!
What I’m Working On
With one book proposal done, I am starting work on two more. I need to put together a book proposal for another picture book as well as an adult devotional. I’m also busy writing those articles!
Books in the Wild
I’m one of twenty authors who have joined forces in this compilation to offer strategies for spiritual freedom by sharing personal stories, meaningful Bible verses, and chain-breaking principles. There are even some short stories. Discover the strategies you need to break free from spiritual bondage and to form your own battle plan for victory. With God’s work and our cooperation, strongholds can crumble, chains can be broken, and freedom can usher in God’s peace and joy.
Breaking the Chains won a 2018 Selah finalist award at the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference, and it was one of nine books featured in the 2018 Bible Study Expo.
My contribution is entitled Pride’s Dirty Little Secret. I also have a couple of photographs published in this wonderful compilation.
For more information on the book, visit Lighthouse Bible Studies.
Amazon – Breaking the Chains