Happy Thanksgiving week! I hope your family and you will create wonderful memories as you eat great food, play board games, watch movies, chat up a storm, and whatever else you might do during the holiday.
I’m always grateful for my faith and family, and I try my best to not take them for granted. Another thing I’m thankful for this year is a renewed passion for writing. I’m ever hopeful about someday having one of my books published, and I would love for that journey to start with my current work-in-progress.
It’s a special story about two mothers who discover their babies were accidentally swapped at birth… four years ago. Now that one is on the transplant waiting list, will the mother who raised him be able to convince the mother who birthed him to now save his life? Or will fear prevent healing on many levels for each of these women and their families?
As grateful as I would be to see this book published, I’m just as thankful for the journey toward that moment. Every new day is a fresh opportunity to sharpen my skills at storytelling, and I am especially appreciative of that during this month, which happens to be NaNoWriMo. My heart is full with prayers of thanksgiving for this story and what it means to me, what I hope it will someday mean to you. God has granted me an incredible story to write, and I pray it will bless many hearts in the years to come.
Want to join in on a reading marathon? On Wednesday of this week, we’ll start our discussion of Katherine Reay’s The Brontë Plot, but we’ll be getting to her other books soon. Be sure to check out this article for more information and to find out where the reading marathon will take place.
Remember, if you’re participating in my Autumn 2017 Reading Challenge, visit this page to let me know which book you’ve read for each category.
Haven’t signed up yet? No problem! Visit this page to sign up. This challenge goes all the way through December, so it’s not too late to join in the reading fun!