Identity is something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. This world has given us an incorrect definition of the word, and because of what we believe identity to be, so many people are left feeling like nothing, while others place themselves on a pedestal. I think if all knew and realized our identity- and not only that, but our value as well as our insignificance because of it- things would be lot different in this world.
I’m so excited to be a part of this blog tour for Servant Sons and Daughters. I have been thinking a lot lately on the topic of Identity, and who we are in Christ, so when I saw what this tour was all about, I had to jump on! And today, I’ll be sharing an interview with you from the author. Anastasya Lea is a singer/songwriter, a worship leader, and a writer. I’m sure you’ll find her answers just as inspiring as I did. I had such a blast interviewing her!
I’m going to start with this incredibly cliché statement and not care at all because it’s true. THIS YEAR IS GOING BY SOOOO FAST. There you go. There’s my introduction. I could go on and on and on about how this year is already 1/4 of the way over *screams* and how the years just seem to go by faster with each one that passes, and how it makes me sad, but I won’t do that to you. Instead, I’ll just share what’s happened during this period of time *whispers* which went by so fast…
So- after two and a half months, I’m ashamed to say (we’ll blame that on me not wanting to leave this story ever)- I FINISHED THE OUT OF TIME TRILOGY. All over Instagram, and in the blogging world, I had heard about these books for MONTHS. Didn’t hear ONE negative thing about them. And I don’t think I can say anything negative about them after reading them for myself.
Hi, everyone! I’ve got another fantastic interview for you today, and this time, it’s with a new teen author. Magdalene G. Jones just released her first novel, The Scarlet Archerback in January.
Here’s the problem: we have far too many authors in this world who choose to write just like the world, and not near enough who are willing to stand out.
I have some super exciting news to share with y’all, today! Hailey Hudson has just launched a new site, The Hardworking Creative. It’s going to be a super amazing site for creative like you and I. The goal is for people like us to be inspired, motivated, and encouraged! If you want to hear more about the website, I encourage you, read on, friend!
I’VE BEEN BLOGGING FOR A WHOLE YEAR. My B L O G G I N G Story Seriously, this is the craziest thing ever. Kind of like with fiction writing, blogging was not on my radar. AT ALL. But my mom just kind of suggested it one day, and I was like, hey, good idea! Sooooo, I did it! Just dove right in, created a free Wordpress blog, and started blogging. Kind of. I mean, I didn’t have a clue what I was doing. I still consider myself a major newbie in the blogging world. I didn’t have much content wise when I first started. I was like, hey, let me tell my seven subscribers about me and my notebooks and my bucket list. XD
Do you ever find yourself thinking, “My writing isn’t good enough,” or, “I’ll never be as good as they are” ? I think these are pretty common thought patterns for young and growing writers. We let these thoughts creep in and take hold of us. We’ll look at the progress of famous authors, or even fellow writers and critique partners who are already thriving in their journey, and we’ll get so easily discouraged. We think we’ll never get there! “I’ll never write as eloquently as her.” “My books will never fly off the shelves like his do.”
Hi, everyone! I’m so excited for this post. Today, I’m interviewing one of my very best blogging friends, Ella Marie of February Fairy! Ella is seriously one of the sweetest people I’ve met since I’ve been blogging. She’s an amazing blogger, who just started February Fairy near the end of 2017.