Writing News — November 5

Victory Dance! Last Monday a host of people joined me in waging war on heaven through prayer. I’ve been feeling quite ill and getting desperate to get my bipap repaired. Monday afternoon, helped arrived, the bipap was fixed, and I’m sleeping well again!


That’s the big news this week. Every week, but I’m more aware of it today than usual.

In other news:

Forward progress: I’m at 125 of 365 prayers written and a third of the way through a book proposal.

Cracked Ice: What Happens When the Lights Go Out?, a short story collection from Oklahoma City Christian Fiction Writers, is fixing to be released. We are finalizing the cover now.

Every writer has a different routine, but here’s what my usual day looks like except for Sunday:

6-9 AM Wake up, get dressed, eat breakfast, have my quiet time (which involves writing the prayer book). In no particular order.

9-1 Take care of the morning’s business (therapy, church, guests, etc.). Meet my daily writing goal. Eat lunch.

2-4:30 Keep up with the “when I can” stuff of writing: guest blogs, group projects, web material, finances, records, articles. Go to bed.

4:30 – ?? Eat dinner. Work on whatever I want, even if it’s nothing. 😊

5 replies
  1. Jill
    Jill says:

    Praise God you are feeling better! Great routine. I love that you keep busy and always make time for God. Blessings and continued good health!

  2. Barbara Thompson
    Barbara Thompson says:

    I’m thrilled you’re feeling better. You’re a very busy woman for the Lord, so we’re praying no health problems of any kind.

  3. Andrea Stephens
    Andrea Stephens says:

    I’m so glad you were able to get your Bipap repaired. My husband cannot get by without his c-pap and oxygen.
    Thanks for the peek into your writing day.


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