May 28, 2020

What Has Happened To Your Writing During the Pandemic?

Susan Reichert

I would think every person on the planet has heard about the pandemic.

It has conjured up fear in millions of people, cost the lives and lively hood of many.

Yet, as with in times past, we have to remember we will get throuigh this.

Maybe things will be somewhat different than before, but we will see the light at the
end of the tunnel, as they say.

I pray during these times, if your children still live at home, that you have reacquainted yourself with your spouse and children. It is such a blessing to have family.

Sometimes we go at such a fast pace, we don't slow down to enjoy what we have.

When this is over, I hope all of us remember, how special our families and friends are and make concerted efforts to spend quality time with them.

It can be a lonely life without family or friends. While we have them let us show them how much we love them and how much they mean to us.

If your children are grown, like mine; call them, text them, zoom them, but make efforts to talk several times during the week. Don't lose touch. When all is said and done, they matter the most.

During this time, have you found yourself putting off your writing? Or have you spent more time creating and developing a new book?

There are many things we can write about, especially right now. Who knows, you just might pen the next best-selling book of all time.

May God bless each of you and your families.

Retired Editor-in-Chief of Southern Writers Magazine. Facilitator of Collierville Christian Writers Group, President of Southern Writers Author's Services, Gallery of Stars, and Suite T. Author of Storms in Life and soon to be released book, God's Prayer Power.


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