The day is sunny but on the chilly side. Driving home from the doctor’s office to try to get this sinus infection that has now turned into wanting to be bronchitis I see our beautiful flags waving in the breeze and think of the many who are serving to protect our country from all sorts of enemies, and those who sacrificed their lives for us. A mere thank you doesn’t seem enough, but thank you to our military and their families for all they have done and all that they still do. God bless and keep each and every one of you.
The last couple of days have been busy with one thing after another but thankfully I have been able to add another three or four chapters to my new book. Cold days are the best because I hibernate like an old grizzly bear and that’s conducive for writing, at least for me.
I started out with one title and figured it would eventually be changed as the story began to take form. I was right. It has changed and I think “Amy’s Quest” is going to be perfect for it but we’ll see if the Lord changes it again. For now that’s my title and like I said, I think it fits the story perfectly, plus I really like it and that does make a difference.
If we come up with a title and it just doesn’t resonate with out spirit then we need to wait, pray, and wait for the Lord to drop that perfect title like a bomb. He’ll do it you know, if you’ll just allow Him to.
“Amy’s Quest” is really turning into a real suspense novel. I love it! I still have no idea where the Lord is taking this story but He’s being faithful every time I sit down to start typing.
I got tickled at my doctor this morning. He absolutely loves my books and grabs it out of my hand as soon as a new one is released and buys it. Of course I always take one for him knowing he’ll buy it.
I told him this morning I was writing a new one but he might not want to read it. Of course that really puzzled him and I said, “because I have some medical stuff in it and you might see too many mistakes and throw it away.” He burst out laughing. He asked what its about and I said “a real suspense one.” His eyes got big and he said, “Ohhh, keep writing!”
So I’m keeping on writing in between blowing my nose, coughing, and and trying to keep up with medication schedule.
Pray for our vets and I’ll see you next time.