A time to reflect and be thankfulPosted: November 26, 2020
It seems that in these trying times, it might be more difficult to find things to be thankful for. Many in this nation and around the world are sick or dying, without the comfort of family and loved ones; families are seperated; people are isolated; and people walk around trying to function normally, yet in fear of contracting the evil Covid 19, but equally in fear of economic repercussions with more and more restrictions are imposed upon us, threatening to leave many small business owners and workers without jobs or income. But in fact, it’s Covid 19 that gives us a new reason to be thankful that we are healthy and alive. No matter how bad things get, there are always reasons to be thankful, if you look for them.
This year, I am thankful for the fact that it looks like my WordCrafter endeavors are beginning to take off, with a total of four books published this past year and the opportunity to publish WordCrafter Press books in print for the first time. And of course, I’m thankful that I am alive and well, and able to make it all happen.
I’m also thankful for all the people who follow and/or support me: my readers and fans; my author friends; and the Writing to be Read team members. I couldn’t do any of this without you guys. That’s why I just wanted to say to you all,
Happy Thanksgiving and happy writing!
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