@logosnerd Hi Grace. I was wondering if you had any success in your search. I need the same thing since I’ve just started writing children’s books and have self-published a book. Any names?
Mythwriter commented on the post, The Leaf-Mould of the Mind: On Influence, Conscious and Unconscious 10 months, 3 weeks ago
Excellent article! This also means that the more quality and quantity we put in the “compost pile” of our mind, the richer the “compost” content. Definitely one to keep.
I’m about to have my first book printed and available for sale. I have to really thank the Rabbit Room for their insightful articles and podcasts with different authors; these helped me to go for it and be published. My book is for young children and is based on a bedtime store I made for my daughter, who said I should make it into a book. I h…[Read more]
@l-lbuckley Thank you for your response. It really spoke to my heart and was a source of encouragement. I need to see it as you mentioned in your last few lines: “It is from my failures that I have learned the most about myself, and about what my heart truly wants to make. Failure is an open door, waiting for the eager feet of a hopeful traveler…[Read more]
Thank you all who have responded. Such wise words and encouragement. Sometimes just knowing others struggle is half the battle won.
@arildsen Thank you for the recommendation of “Leaf by Niggle.” I read many good things about it.
Sorry for the dramatic title. But it is how I sometimes feel when it comes to writing. I have this incredible desire to bring forward stories, but it seems like what comes out is tainted by the fall and doesn’t come out as envisioned. Does anyone else go through this as well?
Thanks for the in depth response! As my profile states, my craft is to create new myths to reveal eternal truths, especially the reality and necessity of the redemption on Calvary. However, one of those myths became painfully true for me. One of the novels I have written (and still going through revisions) has the main character suffering a brain…[Read more]
I’m late to this party 🙂 but I can totally empathize with what you’re saying. I always felt I was meant to be a writer and many years later, with hard work, lessons, and just plain grit, my writing has vastly improved. But there have been times I wish I had a mentor that could come alongside and help me develop my craft. Currently…[Read more]
@mythwriteractive 10 months ago
I’m about to have my first book printed and available for sale. I have to really thank the Rabbit Room for their insightful articles and podcasts with different authors; these helped me to go for it and be published. My book is for young children and is based on a bedtime store I made for my daughter, who said I should make it into a book. I h […] View