Lessons from Write! Canada

July 20, 2011 at 2:09 am Leave a comment


Outside the dining hall, and it’s time to say good-bye.

Darcy Neil Croteau (left) and Carolyn Wilker (Photo by Darcy’s husband, used by permission.)

 

Lessons I learned at Write! Canada this year:

There’s always more to learn. Be open to learning from others.

Even if I need to learn more, I can help someone who is in the place I have been.

Grace Fox said, “Do it afraid.”

To see Christ in all.  A reminder from Tim Huff.

Marketing a book  is a lot of work, and there are ways to do it.

We are never alone in our struggles and learning. There are others who can light the way.

Our words can change the world. (Write ! Canada theme)

Take along a bigger camera card for taking videos.

One-on-one appointments with faculty were beneficial.  I have already used some of what I learned.

Where do I go from here? What is my vision for my writing?

We are never alone. God is there, if not holding my hand, then guiding me.

Our words can change the world. Let them be for good.

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