Growing up in a religious family, always attending church and special events, and then having my father answer his calling as a preacher… I feel having this background almost “forces” me to keep things clean. I don’t mean that in a bad sense. I just feel my stories can be told without constant adult language… Continue reading #WritingWednesday: What makes me different…
OPERATION IVY BELLS: A MAC MCDOWELL MISSION I’m Robert G. Williscroft. I am presenting you with an updated version of my bestselling, semi-autobiographical Cold War Novel. Operation Ivy Bells is my first-person account of how a team of saturation divers locked out of the nuclear submarine USS Halibut to fearlessly risk death on the bottom of… Continue reading Welcome to the “OPERATION IVY BELLS” Blog Tour! @RGWilliscroft
As this week’s Feature Friday post, I encourage you to visit fellow blogger and author, Nicholas Rossis. Today, he is hosting another fellow blogger and author, Beem Weeks. The post is fantastic, so give it a read! 😘
This is a guest post by one of my favorite authors, Beem Weeks. It’s part of his 4Wills Publishing blog tour.
Why Do We Write?
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Why do we write? It’s a simple enough question. The answer, well, that’s not quite as cut and dried. Every writer has his or her own reason for putting pen to paper in an effort to entertain, educate, or just let off a little steam.
I’ve been writing since about the age of eight. It’s just something I’ve always enjoyed. My motivations have changed over the years. Early on I wrote with the notion that I’d be the only one reading my work. I’d put down on paper some grand idea I’d find wandering through my head, an event from the day, or…
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I won’t lie… 2018 wasn’t the easiest year. There were a lot of ups and downs. Good days and bad days. Moments of laughter. Moments of tears. But I grew. 2018 opened my eyes to health concerns. High blood pressure. Pre-diabetes. Anxiety. Things my mind had difficulty accepting. Things that scared me. 2018 forced me… Continue reading Year of Reflection