Tag: process

Psalm 86: Loving the Not Yet

 August 21, 2019

Pierre Tielhard de Chardin, a French priest and theologian who lived in the first half of the twentieth century, integrated science and theology with the spiritual exercises of Ignatius. One of the concepts of Tielhard is loving the “not yet,” the potential, the future. We love people as they are now, but also love the […]

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Post NaNo Slump

 December 5, 2014

NaNoWriMo successfully completed – check. Thanksgiving over and done, family members all safely home – check. NaNoWriMo slump – wait, no slump yet. What’s up with that? Last year after finishing my book for NaNoWriMo, I had a two week slump. I missed the challenge, the excitement of putting everything else aside in order to […]

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When Writing Takes You Where You Would Rather Not Go

 October 30, 2014

The leaves of fall are almost entirely gone as autumn prepares the way for winter, a place I would rather not go, at least not yet! In the same way, sometimes writing takes you where you would rather not go. Joy The character Joy, in my newly released novel Dancing on a High Wire, fights […]

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