– JoAnn Koening
Writing is not easy. It’s work. Hard work.
And sometimes it’s a thankless job.
Writers pour their heart and soul into their books, invest their money along with their blood, sweat and tears, and most of them (more…)
“Mom,” my daughter Kim said, “You know you’re going to have to write a book about how you’re dealing with Dad.”
I recoiled at the thought. It was all I could do to get through each day of unknowns and added responsibilities. “No, hon. I have to live this before I can write about it. I have no energy to think about ministering to others right now. Maybe after it’s all over—maybe then, I could think about writing—but not while I’m dealing with all this raw emotion. I’m still finding my way.”
A couple of weeks later, I shared (more…)
As I drove away from a recent retreat this spring, I reminisced with the Lord about the weekend, the new found friends I met and the memories made. After thinking back on the session where I shared my testimony, I felt the Lord speak into my heart, your book.
My book, I thought? I haven’t (more…)