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November 2019 Around the Web


This is a short month and a short list of inspirational reading from across the web. I hope you find something helpful or entertaining.



INSPIRATION:

Is it Faith or Is it Trust” on the ACFW blog is not merely for writers, it’s for Christians dealing with worry and doubt.

The Right Perspective” on Jessica Brodie’s blog is a terrific reminder that the sun doesn’t revolve around me, and neither should anyone or anything else.


READING:

Diary of a small town sensation: how the Wimpy Kid author built his dream bookshop” came out on The Guardian’s site in October, but since a new book released in November, I thought I’d include this interesting article.

Ever want to know what it’s like being the spouse of an author? Check out the post “Ask BHP: What’s It Like Being Married to an Author?” on the Bethany House Publishers blog.

Have you ever tripped over any of “Publishing’s Tripping Hazards“? Cynthia Ruchti posts on the Books and Such blog about those do’s and don’ts that can make or break a rib writing career.

Yes. Yes. And yes to “When a Writer Suffers From FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out)” on the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers blog.


Happy Thanksgiving, y’all! Enjoy!



As an author of heartwarming historical and contemporary romance, Sandra Ardoin engages readers with page-turning stories of love and faith. Rarely out of reach of a book, she's also an armchair sports enthusiast, country music listener, and seldom says no to eating out.

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