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Linda Hoye
Word wrangler. Photo taker. Adoptee. Declaring the glory.
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Shawn Smucker Jun 13
When I was writing my soon-to-be-released novel , I kept a kind of warm-up journal before each day's writing session. Find out how to get a digital copy of that 51-page journal here:
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Linda Hoye Jun 14
I’m sitting on the deck with my pile of summer reads when it clouds over and and starts to rain. I think about doing housework but Amazon (via FedEx) shows up at the door and saves me from that nonsense. And poetry. I always knew poetry would save me.
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Linda Hoye Jun 14
Replying to @johnblase
Oh man, this tugs. In so many directions.
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Linda Hoye Jun 13
Replying to @edcyzewski
Congrats!
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Carl McColman May 28
If you want to be a scholar or an academic, read books. If you long to be a contemplative, set the books down and be silent.
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Linda Hoye Jun 13
Sometimes writing looks like this. And it includes ice cream.
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Seth Haines Jun 13
The mystery of God’s grace should make you happy, not fill your psychological space with self-loathing. It should make you sing to the wind instead of shout at the weak. It should turn your eyes to the beauty of nature, not to the depravity of your neighbor.
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Linda Hoye Jun 13
Replying to @sethhaines
Yes and amen.
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Linda Hoye Jun 13
Replying to @shawnsmucker
Loved Shetland. Love it.
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Shawn Smucker Jun 13
A Look Inside the Writing of a Novel
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Linda Hoye Jun 13
Replying to @johnblase
It is hard, but trust me on this: there are gifts yet to come.
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Jon Winokur Jun 7
You write in order to change the world. If you alter, even by a millimeter, the way people look at reality, then you can change it. JAMES BALDWIN
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Ed Cyzewski May 30
Most days I still have to will myself to write in my journal. And yet, I have never, ever regretted it. If anything, I have greater clarity about my thoughts and anxieties, and suddenly I have words to pray because I'm no longer being stifled by what I dare not put into words.
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Linda Hoye May 31
So good. What Being Sober Has Meant to Me
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Linda Hoye May 29
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Linda Hoye May 29
Do you see how few things you have to do to live a satisfying and reverent life? via
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Bob Goff May 28
Be still. God isn't going to try to shout over all of the noise in our lives.
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Linda Hoye May 28
Replying to @TuesWithLaurie
You’re very welcome.
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Carl McColman May 28
Best writing advice I ever received: Write something — even if only one sentence — each and every day.
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