I’ve wanted to illustrate a verse for some time. But which verse, and why? This one popped out at me because of its literal and spiritual significance. David wrote it while being pursued by his son Absalom. His son’s intent was to kill him and reign unopposed.
Today marks my first foray into the realm of eBook publishing! I wrote “Ring of Winter” during my time at Central Washington University. The narrative reads like a screenplay and can be finished in one sitting (or standing, if you like).
November is gone. With it, my meager hopes of writing a novel in under thirty days. This was my first year participating in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), and I failed even before I started. But failure was always the plan.
In the dearth of free time I have lately, here’s a throwback to a post that I wrote during college (but never published). It’s dated 09.26.09, but I remember the events like I remember slogging through traffic only thirteen hours earlier today.
I’m not one for recipes, so I’ll keep this simple. If you’ve got some leftover chili and some flour tortillas, mix the two together. Add cheese. Presto! You’re done. Well, you’ll probably need to microwave the whole thing, but otherwise it’s ready to serve.
Will 2012 prove the best year ever? Who knows, but good riddance to 2011! This past year has been, at least for me, dappled with disappointment and marked mostly by mediocrity. My failures are too numerous to list. The few successes of 2011 are as follows: early graduation from college in March, and the completion of The Revised Sunday Knights Chronicles. A-a-and that’s about it.