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  • Research is one of the funnest things about writing. It’s also an excellent stalling technique. #winwin

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  • If you’re a writer and would like a chance to get to know some of your fellow writers, you’re welcome to join us next Saturday afternoon. The Rabbit Room Writers’ Fellowship will meet at North Wind Manor on July […]

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  • For my family, like so many others, 2016 was a year punctuated by loss and grief. It was a year of watching as people we loved fought heroic battles, some ending with partings we prayed would not come. In the […]

    • Heidi, this is courageous and beautiful.

      And this line: “…if truth depends on my experience or my feelings then my strongest anchor point is myself.” Yes!

      Makes me think of an old hymn, “we have an anchor that keeps the soul steadfast and sure while the billows roll.” Judging the goodness of God by our circumstances is like trying to anchor our lives on a storm wave.

      Thank you for the reminder and the encouragement.

    • Goodness. I needed to read this. Thank you for sharing this story. Thank you for reminding us what is true.

    • There was a test but I was not the one to prove myself.

      I have to learn this again and again and again and again. Thanks for sharing. It’s good to hear from another soul out there in the fray, brave enough to be vulnerable in their pain, speaking not from the mountaintop but from the lifelong journey out of the valley, so that the rest of us will feel less alone and remember that God hasn’t forgotten us.

    • Thank you for sharing this. My family has found itself in the middle of a rolling sea this year with no resolution in sight, yet the Lord is reminding me over and over that this present circumstance is not the end of the story. He holds the outcome in His hand. And no matter what, He is proving faithful to go down into the darkest places with us. Thank goodness for God’s truth that is still real when we “find ourselves face down in the dirt, broken by grief.” He _is_ faithful.

    • I went through a similar experience right around my 40th birthday, and you have put it so beautifully. Thank you so much.

  • Josh Duncan replied to the topic Feature Requests in the forum The Rabbit Room Forum 3 days ago

    I think we all need to slow down and read connorcook’s recent posts. Is his work prose? Poetry? Some heretofore unknown hybrid, marrying the strengths of both genres?

    The immediacy and intensity of his voice is overwhelming. Take this excerpt for ‘Madden NFL 18’:

    “‘Madden NFL 18’ flying insects account method, feature fresh participate in s…[Read more]

  • Josh Duncan replied to the topic Podcasts? in the forum The Rabbit Room Forum 3 days ago

    Image Journal just started one.

  • Yeah, research can be daunting. I uploaded a horror story to my website about some rock climbers who face off against a ghost. Problem? I don’t climb. So, with a completely blank slate, I had to learn everything I could about the sport. It took me down a lot of time-consuming rabbit trails. I was happy with the end result, but it just about killed me.

  • A few of the people I’ve been blessed enough to meet on this site seem to be going the INDIE route when it comes to publishing, and that reminded me of an article I found a while back on ways to market a self-published or small press book. I’m posting a link to it here for anyone who’s interested. At the very least, I hope it gives you all some…[Read more]

  • Hey! I’m new here and thought I’d introduce myself. My name is Matthew & I’m an illustrator/designer living in Kentucky. I just recently learned about TRR and it seemed like something I’d like 🙂 I’m looking forward to acquainting myself with the site and the community.

     

    Be well.

    Matthew

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