Canadian Writers Who Are Christian–Recognizing the Value of Stories

September 12, 2012 at 2:05 pm Leave a comment

Today I posted over at Canadian Writers Who Are Christian. Go there to read my post, Recognizing the Value of Stories.

While you’re there, you may like to read Linda Hall’s post on the physical challenges of writing, Kathleen Gibson‘s post on cancer as a gift, or any other post.
If you’re in the Waterloo Region this week, consider attending our new storytelling venue, The Story Barn at The Button Factory. We’ll be on for Stories Aloud on Friday, September 14, at 8 pm. Hosted by the Baden Storytellers Guild. More on that another time.

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