Saturday, September 19, 2015
You Have a Work to Do
The following article I wrote about persevering and embracing your God-given skills appears today on the Almost an Author blog:
We all sometimes wonder why we write.
Nagging doubts and questions invade our minds:
“No one wants to read what you write. You are a nobody.”
“You will never be as good as John Grisham, or Jerry Jenkins, or Alton Gansky.”
“The time you spend writing and learning to write could be spent in more beneficial ways.”
Similar thoughts probably bombarded Susan about her singing. Bullied as a child and called “Susie Simple” at school, she knew the sting of rejection. Her homely appearance and humble beginnings caused many people to question her worthiness. But Susan knew that she could sing.
Read the entire article here at the Almost an Author site.