I had fully expected to end my wandering ways and settle down at one church this month, but circumstances have continued to find me visiting a different church every week. This morning I visited the last church on my list of places I wanted to try. Continue reading
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In 2007 when I was living and volunteering in Mexico, my boss took me to see “The Pursuit of Happyness” with Will Smith. The story was taken from the real life story of Chris Gardner, a man down on his luck and living on the streets of San Francisco with his young son while he trained to be a stock broker. Later that year, when I was Continue reading
Flashbacks, premonitions, and instant replays
I think flashbacks are overrated. One well-placed flashback per book is OK, if it gives background to your story, but it’s best to try to avoid jumping back and forth too often. It can be very disorienting to your reader.
So what do I have to offer?
A comment was made that my first post focused more on my background and not on what I currently have to offer, what experience I bring to my current position as a freelancer.