Happy Birthday, Unworthy (And Why Did I Write about Depression and Suicide in Christian Fiction?)

Can you believe it’s already been a year – give or take a day – since I released Unworthy? (I kinda can, but it seems weird to think about it.) Of the three full-length novels I’ve written, Unworthy probably suffered the most from my over-enthusiastic editing. The original version of the book doesn’t look even halfway close to its published version.

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Of Grace and Gifts

Me trying to pose like a sane human in spite of tons of emotions and adrenaline.

In anyone’s life, there stand moments that will never be forgotten and always treasured. One of these moments for me was the night of November 19th, 2022—the date of my senior violin recital. Now, in the grand scheme of things, a single recital of a random music student is not that noteworthy. Basically everyone who gets a music degree has to perform a recital. But what amazes me is this: even though a single recital isn’t that important, God saw fit to bless me so deeply, not with perfection, but with His care, His grace, and His marvelous gifts.

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Blog Tour – Writers’ Vision: What Is It?

Writers’ Vision is…

Writers’ Vision is a community where Christian creatives can connect and receive feedback, advice, encouragement, and even form friendships. Originally started in 2021 as a writers’ critique site, Writers’ Vision has expanded to include creatives of all levels! From authors to bloggers and even editors! Whether it is a community you are looking for or simply encouragement and advice, Writers’ Vision is here to help!

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