@mrs-hittle Absolutely! My CV is full of projects that came about when I brought an agenda which intersected (not overlapped with) a colleague’s agenda. Plus a number of “Hmm…, now that we have the data in hand, why don’t we look at X?” types of projects. The end result is usually something far more interesting than the agenda I started with.…[Read more]
Incidentally, Ch. 9 inspired me to write this song. Not the song I originally envisioned when I started writing, but the clues just kept popping up 🙂
I’m a little boy with a paper cup
pressed against my Daddy’s door
I can hear the whispers in the night
Like the breakers on the shore
Of a country I’ve heard legend of
Thanks for these prompts, Laure! They’re helpful for me as I process my journey through the book.
Regarding the elements of writing, I’m approaching this as a songwriting. Probably one of the easiest aspects for me (“easiest” being a relative term) is the ability to create an entire world or story within the space of 3-4 minutes. Now,…[Read more]
Thank you, @rebeccareynolds! I’m not exactly a “lurker,” having just joined the forums, but I do feel like I’ve been a from-afar lurker watching the Rabbit Room/Hutchmoot/BTLOG/Captains Courageous/Inklings et al. crew(s) doing their thing for over a decade now, and wishing there was a space for that kind of community. It’s encouraging to read this!
I’ve been a fan of The Rabbit Room and its associated cast of characters for several years, but only discovered the forums today. I’ve been following Andrew Peterson since I first heard “Nothing Left to Say” on the radio as a middle schooler, then made my way via his music down other streams in the river (Andrew Osenga, Andy Gullahorn, Jess Ray,…[Read more]