Book Reviews, General Updates

Editing, Reading, Poetry, And Book Reviews

I am amazed how busy one can become without realizing it. Somehow I have attained three editing jobs, reading, writing book reviews, and I have started writing poetry again. As you can imagine this, and being a mom and housewife, take s a great  deal of my time. I wanted to write a blog post to update you, my readers, to let you know things are okay, just that I have been  so busy I am not able to write the amount of blog posts I would like to.

The books I have been reading are Outlaw Salvation by, William Tasch, which is a Christian fiction novel, Bringing up Girls, by Dr. James C. Dobson, Mastering Creative Anxiety, by Eric Maisel, and The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder  Sourcebook, by Glenn R. Schirraldi, Ph.D. A lot to read at once and normally I read a nonfiction book in the morning and a fiction at night and that is all I will allow myself to read. It’s hard when there is so much you want to read about all at once, and hence, I know have four books all started and all being read at various intervals. I am thinking I will have to pick Outlaw Salvation as my fiction book and then choose a nonfiction book for the morning read. Bringing up girls may be the one I finish first. We shall see!

You can follow me on Goodreads for any updates and reviews on these books. Reviews will also be posted on Amazon.com.

A kindle book I just finished reading to my daughter last night was Tyrannosaurus T-Rex: Amazing Photos & Fun Facts Book for Kids About T-Rex (Kids Knowledge Series), by Deutsche Don Juan. I am in the process of writing a review and will be posting it soon.

That is all I have for now, but hope to be back soon and have more regular updates for you. Have a great day! 🙂

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Revamping Writing Style

For the past few months, I haven’t written much, I’m sorry to say. I guess you can say I am in the middle of one of those life transforming stages and I’m thinking about what it is I really want to write. What am I comfortable writing about as a Christian woman? I used to write about vampires, demons,  gypsies, etc., but over the past few years I have become uncomfortable with writing about some things. I feel as a Christian I have a responsiblitity to be an example to others and that includes also in my writing and what I choose to write about.

To be honest, I have never looked into writing Christian fiction but I am seriously considering that now. I even bought a couple of books to help get me into that line of work.

But I also have a few nonfiction books I’d like to write sharing my experiences with post traumtic stress disorder, gluten sensitivity, what it’s like for me living with a personality as an INFP, and what’s it’s like to be highly sensitive. The nonfiction works will probably be what I focus on first. I haven’t decided which book will be first but as soon as I begin work on that book I will let you know and keep updating you on the progress of that book. Until then everyone, take care and God bless.