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  1. I have a goal to publish, but I am in between books. One is a completed stand-alone novel that's in a trilogy, and the other is a novel which is half finished. Leaning towards the trilogy book because it's my all time favorite, but still praying for discernment.
  2. Sophie

    May Have To Start Giving Ideas Away....

    Nicholas, I am the same way. I come up with SO many different book ideas, and I know that I will not ever be able to use them all. However, even though it makes me sad to think that I could never write all those books, I think it is good to keep thinking up new ideas. It flexes your writing muscles, and keeps your creative juices flowing. ๐Ÿ˜Š Keep writing your ideas down. Maybe you can eventually use some, or even combine a couple of them or incorporate parts into your current novel(s). Oh, and it's great you have ideas for different genres. Even if you don't write in that specific genre, you should consider it. You can always switch off, try it for a while and see how you like it, and then go back to your current genre. Sometimes trying a different genre could be groundbreaking.
  3. Sophie

    Family Just Doesn't Get It!

    Yep! I admit to you that I am pretty much the same way. I get around to doing other things, but there is not much I would rather do than write. ๐Ÿ˜„
  4. Sophie

    Family Just Doesn't Get It!

    I think my family has decided I spend way too much time on my laptop writing. One family member has told me that I am obsessed with my books. However, they are very gracious to allow me the time to write, and for the most part they give me pretty honest feedback. ๐Ÿ˜‰
  5. Sophie

    A New Companion For The Journey

    Welcome, welcome, JB! Glad you have joined us!
  6. Sophie

    Hi Everybody

    Welcome! Welcome! Welcome! Glad you've joined us! I love that you are translating from Spanish to English! ๐Ÿ˜„
  7. Sophie

    Your Publishing History

    I wholeheartedly agree.๐Ÿ˜‰ I do not yet have an experience to share. I am still polishing, but hope to be ready soon.
  8. Sophie

    I Love Being A Mother

  9. Sophie

    Merry Christmas!

    ๏ปฟ๏ปฟThis is one of my favorite scriptures! Used it in the very first novel I wrote. ๐Ÿ˜ Merry Christmas!! ๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ Let us not forget the greatest gift ever given!
  10. Sophie

    New Member, New Author

    Welcome, Ramil! So glad you've joined us!๐Ÿ˜
  11. Sophie


    Welcome CoCo!! So glad you've joined us!
  12. Sophie

    Hey, Everyone!

    Thanks! ๐Ÿ˜
  13. Sophie

    Hey, Everyone!

    Thank you, all! So glad to join the writing family!
  14. Sophie

    Hey, Everyone!

    Hi, Lynn! (I hope I am responding correctly to your post- I not entirely sure of how this works. ๐Ÿ˜€) I am so glad you promote professional editing! I think it tends to often get overlooked, but it is such a significant and imperative step in upping the quality of your manuscript.
  15. Sophie

    Hey, Everyone!

    Hey, everyone! Introductions. . . ah, right. My name is Sophie. I am a dancer, thinker, devoted student of any class (particularly mathematics and theology), future film producer, and obsessed writer. And I think I mentioned I like to write. After all, we all write, right? I started creating books at four years of age, and wrote my first novel at thirteen. I am currently writing my third novel for this year and working on my first screenplay. I have written about eight books and short stories along with a trilogy in the making. I have found that I can carry my story to incredible heights, but I don't believe the full potential for my book is ever accomplished until God is added in. I am hoping to soon take the publishing route such as I believe the majority of us on this writing journey intend to. I had a rather frantic goal to publish my latest book by the end of this year, but I am learning to surrender my writing and timeline to the Lord. His ways are higher than mine- and this is when you learn to say, โ€œquiet flesh! Or I'll, I'll. . .โ€ (I don't know; I didn't think that one all the way through). This is an incredible community of Christian writers! I am so glad to be here! Personally, just between us, I think there needs to be more of our kind in the world. When has Christian literature ever been in the majority? It will probably never be, but that won't stop us. As the world grows darker, we'll shine brighter. Keep up the good work; you may not be able to light up the entire world, but you can do all you can to brighten your corner of it. - Sophie

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