My friend, Juliette, challenged me to a month of thankfulness, and so I thought that I would write about that here. So now that Inktober is over, let the #thirtydaysofthanksgiving begin! I am thankful for God. Thankful that He exists, that I can know Him, and that He knows me. Over time, I have come … Continue reading Thankful Day 01
I feel like this video really sums up what the new iPad represents for the future of personal computers. https://youtu.be/eqFKREsaqSk iPad Pro - Media and Art Machine I have been using an iPad Pro for a while. A lot of my Inktober work was done on an iPad Pro. It's a slick device for artists, … Continue reading The New iPad and the Future of Computers
On the Road to Publishing My First Novel I'm going to be honest here. I'm working towards getting my novel ready for self publishing, and want people to feel that they're helping make this thing a reality. So I set up an email listing so people can get cool stuff while also helping make this … Continue reading Sign Up and Help an Indie Author
Here's a video Mandi Lynn released recently on how to format your book into an ebook format for various different online shops, and it is super easy.
17 years later. I can still remember the way I felt sitting in my high school classroom, wondering where our world was headed. 17 years later, I'm still asking the same questions.
Do you ever find yourself sucked into an un-winnable argument? Sure, it seems innocent enough. You start exchanging points with someone, counter a few of their arguments with some of your own.
There is a certain shame in anxiety, especially if you are a Christian. If God is all-powerful and Jesus is always with us, why are we entrapped in fear and anxiety and depression or any other internal mental problem we might have? We must not believe in Jesus that strongly, right? If we did, we … Continue reading The Shame of Anxiety
Austin Kleon is my favorite. I don't hide this very well. https://twitter.com/robfike/status/1024352664744865792 He has produced several books that have changed my life as an artist and creator for the better. Steal Like an Artist and Show Your Work are really why I talk at all about my craft to begin with. It gave me license … Continue reading Active Reading in the Margins