I’ve been writing since childhood and have been published steadily since the 1970s. I once thought I would have achieved all my writing goals by the time I reached middle age. Now I’m a senior citizen.
Have I achieved those dreams? Some, but I keep adding new items to my list. Even with my newest book on the shelf, I still have themes I want to explore and characters I want to present. If we think we’ve arrived, we stop growing and our creativity dries up.
We run. We don’t quit. Though I’ve been writing for decades, I’m still excited about sharpening my skills. That’s why I’m attending the Guild’s Writing for the Soul Conference, February 10 – 13. This year’s conference features keynote speakers Liz Curtis Higgs, Ken Davis, McNair Wilson, and many others. /images/promo-images/wfts.jpg” alt=”Writing for the Soul” />