Lovely Words Vol. 30

January 31, 2011

Welcome to the January 31, 2011 edition of lovely words. This is the final post for Lovely Words and Writing as a Sacred Art for a while as they are both going on hiatus. I find that I am blessed with so much work that it is difficult to find balance and do everything to the best of my ability. Therefore, I choose to focus on a few projects and do them well, rather than, spread myself thin. I want to personally thank each and every reader who has supported LW and WASA; and there are not enough words to articulate my heartfelt gratitude to the writers who have contributed to LW. May you all have blessed and peaceful lives. Check back periodically for post, also WASA will be out in book form with a lot of extra material added in the not so distant future. Once again thank you so very much for your support, I hope everyone is encouraged to begin the practice of cathartic writing. Please enjoy this edition of Lovely Words.

Zen

 
Tim King presents Novelist, Heal Thyself (Why Everyone Should Write) posted at Be The Story, saying, “A personal story: Even in the midst of a social tragedy, I find I see it all differently now, differently than similar tragedies in the past. Rather than destroying, the crisis has focused me. What’s changed? I’m a character author now.”

Poetry

 
Madeleine Begun Kane presents A Limerick Affair  and Sporty Limerick posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

Lovely Words

 
 

Inspiration

 
Byteful Travel presents Why Pike’s Market is a MUST SEE place in Seattle posted at Byteful Travel, saying, “When I first arrived in Seattle, I knew I would enjoy exploring it. Seattle had a feeling of vast possibility and diversity, and it was inspiring in a way. And I was very lucky since I had an awesome Couchsurfing host to introduce me to the city. He introduced me to Pike’s Place Market in downtown Seattle. (In fact, it was his idea.) Pike’s Market is one of the most famous places in Seattle, if not *the* most famous; and it’s right on the waterfront. The market is one of the oldest continually operated public farmers’ markets in the United States. Basically, they had EVERYTHING.”
 
Effortless Abundance presents Interview with Beth McCain posted at Effortless Wealth and Abundance.

Writing

 

Writing Resource

 
Lindsay presents Indie Ebook Publishing Results and What I’ve Learned posted at The Irreverent Introvert, saying, “I decided to self-publishing a couple of my novels as ebooks and thought this post might be interesting to other writers thinking of doing the same.”
 
 

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