Category Archives: Religion

30 Day Challenge: First Challenge Complete

It’s the end of January and I’ve finished my first 30 day challenge. Since you are sitting there on the edge of your seat I’ll let you know how it went. Reading three chapters of scripture a day wasn’t too … Continue reading

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30 Day Challenge: Scripture Reading

Klout is pretty silly. I know this. It tells me an expert on writing and books even though in two years I’ve sold less than 2000 books (sell is a pretty loose term, most of that was free poorly formatted … Continue reading

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3 Things I’m Grateful For 01/09/16

I’m grateful that there are still people who read this blog even though I’ve been neglecting it. I’m going to change that. I’m grateful for the Sabbath day to rest, worship, and spend time with family. I’m grateful for my wife’s … Continue reading

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3 Things I’m Grateful For 11/30/12

1. That NaNoWriMo is over and that I was able to meet my NaNoWriMo goals. 2. That my wife met her NaNoWriMo goals. Hopefully I can read her book soon. 3. This semester is almost over. How did you do … Continue reading

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3 Things I’m Grateful For 11/23/12

1. I’m grateful that I’ve sold as many books as I have. 2. I’m grateful that I can technically call my self a best seller. 3. I’m grateful that my readers have enjoyed reading Catalyst and I get excited when … Continue reading

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3 Things I’m Grateful For 11/16/12

1. That I married a writer. 2. That I went back to school (Despite that it hinders my NaNoing) 3. That I did not need to get a student loan. What three things are you grateful for today?

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3 Things I’m Grateful For 11/09/12

1. The Book of Mormon 2. Story by Robert McKee 3. The Invasion by K. A. Applegate What three books are you grateful for?

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