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HEADING IN A NEW WRITING DIRECTION

By Linda Cull • May 31st, 2018

A few things … It’s been a little while between conversations, but here I am, alive and well, and heading in a new writing direction. But, before I reveal the juice, I’d like to take this opportunity to reflect on a few things. Writing, publishing and promoting my non-fiction book Where The Light Lives has occupied me for seven years. For me, my memoir was a mammoth release, joy, and effort,Read more…

WHERE THE LIGHT LIVES – BOOK TRAILER

By Linda Cull • January 8th, 2018

A few things … Welcome to 2018 at Spirit my way and my new blog category called A Few Things. This category enables me to communicate a few extra things to you, whenever a few things arise. Spirit my way’s blog posts rotate through different categories. However, A Few Things will be posted sporadically and cover all sorts of relevant topics and musings. I thought I’d start A Few Things byRead more…

GETTING STARTED AS A SPIRITUAL AUTHOR

By Linda Cull • March 17th, 2017

You may think the starting point of becoming a spiritual author is with the writing of your spiritual book, however, in a truer sense, what runs parallel to or following the writing process is what makes you an author. A writer writes and an author is a business. The writer is private and the author is public. Therefore, aside from writing your spiritual book, there are lots of other things toRead more…

5 TOP TIPS ON FINDING TIME TO WRITE

By Linda Cull • May 15th, 2016

Would you love to write or to write more often? Perhaps, you already have an idea in mind for what you’d like to write about, be it a book, poetry or short story. You may feel moved to inspire people, entertain or inform them with your words and insights. But no matter how good you feel about the prospect of writing, finding the time to write isn’t easy. Life isRead more…

LIVING THE DREAM

By Linda Cull • February 26th, 2016

One of the blessings of getting older is understanding that regardless of people’s outward appearances, we all have challenges. Our lives are far from ‘perfect’, whatever our notion of perfect may be. Of course, our lives needn’t be perfect and rarely are, and that’s perfectly ok!  We can learn a lot about ourselves through difficulties, especially how not to hook into that which is making life difficult for us. It doesn’tRead more…

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