All posts for the month April, 2016

Simmer Starters – April 29, 2016

Parchments (Mike Wittmer) – WOW. Did you ever wonder how much it cost Paul to send one of his epistles?  I was pretty astounded… Three Dollars (Adam4D) – As usual, insightful and convicting webcomic fare from Adam4D. I really enjoy his comics but I’m not sure I’ve linked to them before on my Simmers! Make Your Protagonist […]

I’m Not Smart Enough to Tell This Story

I came across a quote the other day by author Shannon Hale.  She begins: I am (as usual) attempting to write a book that’s too hard for me. I’m telling a story I’m not smart enough to tell. The risk of failure is huge. I was stunned at how well that described where I am […]

Simmer Starters – April 22, 2016

I Love Teenagers (The Eventure Project) – YES!  Love this.  I grow oh-so-tired of the derogatory way people speak about teens, making fun of their immaturity when they’re just at the very beginning of their journey, or scorning their attempts to be adults when this is their time to grow into adulthood.  A good read! A […]

Simmer Starters – April 15, 2016

Finally, a Simmer Starters post!!  Here are my favorites from the past few weeks…  It’s interesting to see which ones stick out at me most, stick in my mind longest, when I have to carve away at several weeks’ worth of links and choose the best. Sehnsucht (Annie Hawthorne) – This is just beautifully written and […]

Pressing On

Part of the reason I haven’t blogged in several weeks is because I’ve been busy writing hard – or planning hard.  My brain has been busy, and half the time lost in Kraesinia. But this past week has changed a lot of things. It would take a long time to explain it all, and I […]