My book, Archie of Outlandish, wasn’t always intended to be a quaint, coastal romance about a man with a phobia. No, the initial inspiration was quite different than the end product. The creative journey is always one of exploration and experimentation…
The January issue of IndiePicks Magazine included a review of my book, Archie of Outlandish. Happy author moment. “Archie is a lovely soul and the romantic tale here is a delightfully gentle read… a sweet, perfectly clumsy love story.”–IndiePicks..
Enjoying Instagram a little more these days. If you’re an Instagrammer, come and find me! @lynnettekraft
The Christmas music was calling me to… come and see what’s over here. https://lynnettekraft.com/2017/12/statistics-dont-include-charm-factor
My daughter died thirteen years ago in November. Yes, it’s been a long time, and my heart has healed, but the memories of grief come visiting now and then.
Some of life’s richest experiences are on the other side of that door we’re afraid to open.
No matter what we’re going through, the natural world around us understands. We just have to pause and hear its message.
Romans 15:13 “I pray that God, the source of hope, will fill you completely with joy and peace because you trust in him. Then you will overflow with confident hope through the power of the Holy Spirit.”
My deepest thoughts on… smiling.
The blog is back, starting now!