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Monday, February 09, 2015

Lauralee Bliss-- "Boost" Your Writing

A Power-Packed Drink
By Lauralee Bliss

”I can do everything through Him who gives me strength”
Philippians 4: 13 (NIV)

This verse can be called the Boost of life, providing all the
nutrients one needs to succeed as a writer. Why? Because you
CAN do ALL things through Christ who provides our strength,
including walking the difficult road of writing. Writing is not for the
faint of heart. It’s not an easy journey. It’s difficult, confusing,
challenging, time consuming, full of rejection, with few rewards, and plenty of
steep climbs. But the grace of Christ flowing in our lives provides
the fuel needed to keep going. His grace and mercy is what gives
us that extra energy to overcome when met with form rejection
letters, procrastination, doubt, writer’s block, or any of the numerous trials that
inflict writers. Think of Him then as Boost for the soul, a power-packed
drink of Himself to infuse us with the determination to
succeed in all that He has for us. Spend that time with Him in
prayer, in meditation of His Word, in helping others. Drink deeply
of Him and then watch your writing take off with a new vitality
you never thought possible.

Lauralee Bliss is a published author of over twenty romance novels and novellas in both historical and contemporary with nearly 600,000 units sold. Her latest is a two book series set in at the lifesaving stations along the beautiful Outer Banks of North Carolina with Harlequin Heartsong Presents, including The Lady’s Rescuer and Love’s Daring Risk (June). Lauralee enjoys writing books that are reminiscent of a roller-coaster ride for the reader. Her desire is that readers will come away with both an entertaining story and a lesson that speaks to the heart and soul. Besides her love of writing, Lauralee’s other love is the great outdoors. She is a passionate adventurer, having completed the Appalachian Trail twice from Georgia to Maine and from Maine to Georgia, one of only 25 women to accomplish this feat. She chronicles her adventure in her first nonfiction title – Mountains, Madness, and Miracles – 4000 Miles Along the Appalachian Trail. Lauralee makes her home in Virginia in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 

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