Day two of 2020. Woah! Remember Y2K? 911? It seems so long ago. And yet, not so long […]
I was right. Maybe it was that self-fulfilling prophesy thing. July was kicked back and comfortable: 4th of […]
Okay, maybe I should make Distraction my middle name. (My initials will be ADD. Hmmm…) Most the time I’m pretty focused; I just want to do so many different things. Along came Candy Crush. I wasn’t even interested, until all my favorite TV shows started including it as part of the current culture. I don’t even like it, but I keep playing. Get behind me Candy Crush; I have A Game Plan.
My Game plan for 2014:
- Get my novel published: I will get editors, a cover designer, and a publisher. I will.
Progress: Rod passed my manuscript and author profile on to the Senior Editor at Harvest House. I got a very nice rejection e-mail from him. He said, in part: “I looked at your submission and the writing is better than most I see, so I do think you’re a good writer. But… I want to encourage you to keep writing and keep sharpening your craft. ” Oh now, that’s good-bad news, isn’t it.So
First my success rate at predicting the Oscars: I got a whopping 42% correct. If I factor out […]
My Game plan for 2014: Get my novel published: I will get editors, a cover designer, and a […]
Ah January… cold and dark and long. The holidays are behind us, the annual, quarterly, and monthly bills […]
Judy Sewell, a bookish student involved in publication, orchestra, marching band, and student council, says she was a plain chubby girl searching for something, unaware what she was missing and unable to identify her dreams. The year Judy graduated from high school, at least one high school teacher, Bonita Ansbaugh, knew that Judy stood head and shoulders above her peers and recognized her for outstanding achievement in publication. Perhaps this small vote of confidence helped Judy have the self-assurance to put effort into identifying and pursuing her dreams. On September 20, 2008, Swartz Creek High School honored Judith Wright (Judy) with the Outstanding Alumni Award.
Judith Wright is a recognized and sought after personal coach and self-help expert. She appeared on over 50 television programs including