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Wrapping Up Book 2 in the ROTG Series

The Edge: Book One of the Return of the Guide Series (grab one HERE) was written during the wee hours of the morning, before my son rose to prep for school. I'd write until he ventured downstairs, packed his lunch, then joined me at the dining room table for breakfast.


We'd spend the next half hour talking about life, faith, and random bits of, well, randomness.


But here I am waiting on the final approval for The Chain: Book Two (read chapter one HERE) in the ROTG Series.


This time around, writing found its way into another space in life - my afternoons. Somewhere between 1 and 5pm, time for writing would free up as coaching and design projects concluded. The sheer amount of joy I've experienced while sitting down to discover what Heschel, Joanna, and Chih were up to as the glow prompted, tugged, and pulled their stories in wild directions at Compound 40 has been incredible.


Seasons change.


Schedules change.


But the clarity, confidence, and courage to continue developing a story that needs to be told, even in a moment of doubt or disappointment, this clear mission to seek and share moral, spiritual, and cultural truth alongside Heschel and Joanna will nevertheless march forward.


How are you doing in your creative habits? How are you adjusting to change?



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