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The Weight of the World
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Wisdom to Know the Difference
Life On The Outside
Time Machine Do Over
4-Hour Work Week - Tim Ferriss
Lessons from the Monk I Married
Why Aren't I In Charge?
What do you want to do with your life?
What do you really want to do?
Why aren't you doing it?
Yes, sir! I will sir!
Great to hear, Robert!
What I want to do with my life is to get a traditional publisher to pick up my novel, Whispers from St. Mary's Well, so I don't have to keep working to market it and can return to my passion for writing fiction. Everyone who has read the novel has sent me wonderful feedback. Agents turned it down, but readers love it. I just heard from a woman who was once a professor at St. Mary's College. She contacted me through my website, carolkenny.com, to say that she was thrilled by the historical context of the novel and is going to contact the college about it. Another woman told me that reading my novel led her to save her sister's life. That's a long story; I'll give you the details later. Also, I've been told by readers that they feel a deep emotional and spiritual connection to the characters. Some readers have said they were captivated by the mystery of the murder; others focus on the wisdom of children in the book. Since the novel is a fictional biography, it has multi-dimensional themes, as do all human lives. Getting it launched by a big publisher and publicist, so I can write my next novel is what I want to do with my life! Please pray along with me. I appreciate your support.
Carol, Keep at it and I know you will get there.
Ain't ya gonna help me answer the durn questions?
Now what's the fun in that, John. Although, I might consider it if you didn't regularly crush me in Scrabble and Words With Friends. Something tells me you have it all figured out anyway. :)
Have always known what I wanted to do. Now I'm doing it.
Great to hear, Tony, and I would expect nothing less from you.
Chris--nice post. Great job resisting the temptation to use more words than needed. Good writing, very strong.
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