Too Busy Writing to Write!

I’d spend a hunk of time working on blog posts today, but I’ve got some revision that need my attention. My manuscripts must take priority over other writing. So the blog, the articles, and that set of devotions I’ve been pondering, will have to wait.

While I’m slogging through scenes and rewriting others, I’d love to get your opinions. I’d like this blog to reflect some of the issues I write about in my manuscripts.

Sometimes relationships enhance our lives and other times they tear us apart. How can we encourage each other and avoid the temptation to put others down with gossip or unkind words?

Have you ever met someone who, in the midst of serious hardships, still glows with hope and joy? Why are some people crushed, while others are strengthened? Have you experience joy in the storm?

I’ll be back soon! Please leave your answers in the comment section and feel free to share this post on Facebook or Twitter.  And don’t miss Mesu Andrews. She’ll be here on Friday.


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Christina Suzann Nelson is an inspirational speaker and award-winning author of six books, including More Than We Remember, What Happens Next, and the Christy Award-winning The Way It Should Be. She is the mother of six children and is passionate about helping others find hope after trauma.

One Comment

  • anonymous

    You tell yourself you have no choice but to handle it. To take every hard, spirit-crushing event that occurs and simply not allow your legs to buckle under the weight. To decide that, no matter how hard it is and how badly you want to give up, you won’t. Sometimes joy and a good attitude isn’t natural, it is a conscious decision you make every day. But does that make it any less admirable?

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