A Never Ending Magic Carpet Ride.

(A bit of a re-blog from Aug, 2011 while I chill with Beau at hospital, trusting all will be well.)

Writing is a passion for me, one of my top five.

Writing a book and getting it published is a thrilling journey of discovery. Throughout this process I’ve learned more about myself than I had ever expected. I’ve gained new and greater understanding of who I am and who I want to be. Some of it has been new revelations, and some of it has been scary. Some of it has confirmed previously held beliefs while providing a peek in to my brain’s boudoir, (isn’t that fun?) and some of it has become new landscape where my soul can play. But always, the journey has been grand and thrilling.

When it comes to writing, romance, life or love; we can not avoid the challenges life presents us. We may try, but have you ever noticed how life’s challenges always wins that game of hide and seek.  Sometimes it may end badly or not go the way we planned, but that’s the thing about reality, it rarely goes the way we imagine it.  And often, that’s a good thing, because what shows up is so much more rich and challenging and interesting than our little selves could have ever imagined.

One novel published and another soon to be released – and I’m still very much an apprentice to this craft. Much like the sorcerer’s apprentice. And much like a little wand wielding woman, I’m trying to create magic from everyday life. It certainly has been a magic carpet ride, but that’s another fairy tale.

Believe it or not, my life is based on a true story.   How about yours?

Enjoy always, T

6 Comments on “A Never Ending Magic Carpet Ride.

  1. My story is based (loosely based) on a true life as I see it, from my perspective and with my own perceptions, such as they are. It’s rather fun viewing life with the storyline being narrated by the host of characters residing between my ears.

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  2. My life is based on a true, but hard-to-believe story. Great ending line in this post!

    Hope Beau is recovering well…

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    • Beau is recovering – well as can be expected for such a major surgery. It’s one of those life challenges I was writing about. No need to run. No way to hide. Thank you for asking.

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  3. I do a lot of mixing. Not because I like one more or less than the other, but it just works for me. It might take a number of people to BE the main character. I find that an intriguing situation.

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