Charlie Bear here.
Mom Peep wants to know if you have it. I want to know if you have it.
What is it? I’ll let her tell you all about it in her first Taylor’s Tips Newsletter of 2015:
TAYLOR’S TIPS for a more productive you…
Have you heard about the trend of picking a single word to concentrate on for the coming year?
My word for 2014 was TRUST. It served me well.
My new word for 2015 is COURAGE.
Picture the lion in the Wizard of Oz, pulling on his tail, twisting it all around, blubbering and choking out the words, “All I need is some courage.”
That’s me. I have so much to accomplish in 2015. Maybe you do, too?
I need strength, determination, and fearlessness to go after my dreams.
But I have a feeling I can do it. I already feel infused with courage and am ready to put my all into this new year.
Are you ready to join me?
Write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me what YOUR word is for 2015. We’ll pursue our goals together.
Hugs and love, and blessings on your work.
Follow your dreams…
What’s Going On:
With 2015 now here, we can set our sights on writers conferences ahead. I have mine planned out. Do you?
Orange County Christian Writers Conference A fabulous way to kick off your year. Starts on Friday, April 24 (5:30–9:30), and runs through Saturday, April 25 (8:00–5:00). Location: Trinity Presbyterian Church in Santa Ana, California. A great conference with a fabulous staff devoted to giving you the best opportunity to learn your craft. www.occwf.org
Northwest Christian Writers Renewal This is going to be a good one. May 15-16, 2015 in Redmond Washington (near Seattle). I’ll be teaching Writing for the Guideposts Contest and Making $$$ Selling Inspirational Short Stories. There will be lots to learn, editors to meet, agents to talk to. www.nwchristianwriters.org/renewal
The promised book:
P MS to a T: the winning formula for writing nonfiction short stories that sell A hearty THANKS to the wonderful beta readers who gave me valuable input into the manuscript. I am in the revision stages and plan to have the book available in print and e-book format by the end of February or early March. Stay tuned for more info on how the book is developing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very loving book
By Barbara A. Castleman “LadyWebPro.com” (Salem, OR United States)
This review is from: Charlie Bear: What a Headstrong Rescue Dog Taught Me About Life, Love, and Second Chances (Paperback)
“I laughed and I cried along with the author. Very well done story of how we love our fur babies.”