Discussion holds the power to enlighten and inform. Of course, it needs to be a two-way conversation where listening happens as often as talking…and from both sides.
In our crazy “You Can Do it All” world, it can be difficult to maintain the focus needed to accomplish any task well. That’s one of the things I mention in my study guide Finding Focus through the Lens of God’s Word.
For the rest of this year, I’ll be offering the content of that book FREE to members of my Friends of Author Facebook group.
This is the table of contents from the book.
To kick things off, we’ll start at the beginning, but I won’t go through every chapter. If you’re interested in joining with this study and discussion, go here to join the group. Then follow this link to fill out the poll where you select the top three topics from the book that you’re interested in reading and discussing. The four topics that receive the most votes will be discussed beginning in September.
Why Am I Doing This?
First of all, I’m trying to see if there is a market for this information.
Secondly, I need to build a platform of active followers if I want to convince an agent to take on the proposal I’ve been working on. More about that later once I decide if I can make a “course” out of the information that people might be interested in paying to obtain.
And finally, I don’t get a lot of traction here on my blog. A few people comment. If Google Analytics are painting the best picture, a few more are reading the blog without leaving any feedback.
But mostly, my writing here goes into the Virtual Ether and that’s the end of it. So why do I keep posting here?
A New Focus
Speaking of focus, I promised earlier this year that the blog articles would take on a new focus. But I haven’t really delivered on that.
Now is the time for that delivery.
Next year, all the content on this blog will be either research related to the REFLECTIONS series, book reviews or opinions that relate to either the genre of Biblical fiction or Christian living. At least once each month, I’ll share an article that relates directly to the topic of grief and grief recovery.
If you’re a regular reader, I’d love to hear your input on these changes.
As always, thanks for reading.