Category Archives: writing advice

Be fresh / be original! (This’ll help.)

Be a creative writer–an original. You can do so much more than just quote, repeat, or borrow other people’s ideas. Try to saySomething positiveTodayThat’s never been saidIn the very same way. I like quotes,But not simplyQuoting.I use quotesAs springboardsTo inspire … Continue reading

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Defy the devil & testify with “e-pistles”

God has usedThe Bible epistlesTo remove thistlesAnd gristleFrom my heartAnd now I whistleWith joy. The 1st century Christ-followers overcame the devil “by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives … Continue reading

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Write To Free Speech / Write To Life

I love to exercise the right to write. For me, the process of writing is freeing and life producing. I write to set words and thoughts (my speech) free from self and to allow them to soar in the Spirit. Far too … Continue reading

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