My Work

Creative non-fiction and guest blogs 

Published fiction

After writing two other not-published-yet novels, I moved on to my 3rd novel. Each one is an improvement on the last, though I’m still not as skilled of a novelist as I want to be. (But are any writers as skilled as they’d like to be? Hmm.)

 

9 thoughts on “My Work

  1. Hey, I just read your story at the Rose and Thorn Journal, it’s great!

    A quiet, subtle story that still manages to move… great stuff.

    Congratulations.

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  2. Hey There! I am excited to be following your blog!! So awesome that you are writing a novel!! Ahhh ! WAY TO GO!! Keep on pressing in 🙂 Thanks for your comments on my testimony the other day too!

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  3. Hi Laura

    A most intriguing synopsis! The Lord has blessed you with an amazing gift of taking painful experiences and having us learn and grow through them. There are far too many people labelled as substandard and unacceptable for ministry because they struggle with depression or bipolar disorder. You prove all of the critics wrong through sharing your heart and your life.

    The Lord has me working on two books, namely, “Prayers from the Garden” and “Reflections From Dreaming Together for a Better World.”

    I offer this prayer for you and your readers.

    http://osborne2029.wordpress.com/2014/09/21/love-will-conquer-hate/

    This is a synopsis of another book I hope to write.

    http://marmarthunder.wordpress.com/2013/09/11/gods-miracles-for-him/

    So many wounded hearts need the inner healing that flows out of your writing to a waiting and listening audience, of which I am one..

    Have a Son-filled week!

    Kevin

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    1. Thank you for the kind words, Kevin. After reading your blog posts, I know that you know firsthand what pain looks and feels like, and you have chosen to write and help encourage others in their struggles. Thank you for being willing to do that!

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