Author, Janet Perez Eckles
This past Sunday, my hubby and I headed to the beach to visit friends and catch some sun rays. But the trip turned cold when the display on the dash showed we had 14 miles before empty. Gulp. Nothing but
The 14 soon turned to 10. We prayed. Then the indicator turned to 5. Then 2. No gas stations, or exits anywhere either.
Finally, the displayed showed zero miles. That’s when I swallowed what I might have said and instead spoke softly. “Honey, God still works miracles.” I fidgeted in my seat. “A gas station will appear somewhere soon.”
“We’re going on fumes,” he said. He was sweating and so was I. We had turned the air off to conserve gas.
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Jan Kern here . . . hoping to offer a few words of encouragement for those tough moments in a writer’s life.
Wherever you are in your writing journey, I’m going to guess that there is something going on right now that feels . . . well, impossible.
Could be pumping out that amazing, hard-to-turn-down proposal, or getting it into the right hands. Could be, now that you have the contract, the deadline feels impossible . . . or you’re staring at a flashing cursor going nowhere. Maybe the book is published, but effective marketing feels out of reach, either due to limited know-how or resources.
I’m going to take another guess . . .
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