Saturday, May 8, 2010

Breaking Up Is Hard (and Exciting!) To Do

Dear Blogging Friends,

I have come to a point in my writing career where it is necessary to divide my blogs into inspirational/fun and professional. Typing One-Handed was started in 2007 to establish a presence for me online as a writer. I have been writing inspirational blogs here on Blogger. I am branching out into fiction and technical writing. Typing One-Handed is migrating to a new website because it conveys my normal state of being as I write.

I opened the Quiet Resting Places blog as a restful, reflective journal about my life and loves (Mr. Amazing, the Pastry Princess, Orchid, SuperMan, & the Dynamo) and my faith. I've decided to use that blog name here because this is the where I have met so many of uplifting and talented friends. I will continue to participate with In Other Words here, as well as any other memes that catch my eye. I will share links to the columns I write for Take Root and Write.

Launching Here Soon - This Week's Featured Inspirational Blog: A place to share the inspiring internet homes of other writers/bloggers. I will take suggestions from my friends and then do a review of the blog with links. (You will love the blog and wonderful Christian writer I am sharing first!) By the beginning of summer, I hope to be sharing Saturday Selah with you again.

I hope you will continue to visit me here at my home on Blogger. I have been so inspired by the friends I've met here. I'll share links to the new website once in a while, particularly when I have guest bloggers sharing their journey along the writing path.

I hope you like the graphical changes here...the beach is the most restful place for me. I've always loved the majesty of the ocean. I'm not sure, but it's possible that my veins have a 50% solution of sea water mixed in them. ;p


mylittlecottage said...

nice and encouraging post...thanks for sharing...looking for to visit more...blessings

Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing this...i found your blog thrue other followers..looking for to visit more...blessings from holland