I can’t believe May is over, but then again, I’m waiting for my grandchildren to arrive, so it’s OK by me if time flies!
Here are posts from your fellow Guild members to read appreciatively. (Nay, even…responsively!)
Kassie Ritman always tells a beautiful story and makes me hope there will be a family historian soon in our family. If you do a workshop on memoir writing, or oral history, or storytelling, do use some of her posts as good examples!
Mary Woods encounters C.S. Lewis and God in a new way, on retreat. I wish every writer understood this deeply that God is also an author!
And here’s my most popular May post, in which I do a great job explaining why poets think ‘outside the box’ (in a sometimes annoying way) and also why I’ll be answering some questions nobody asked me. I’d love your feedback!
Each time you see the Round-up, it’s a reminder to get that second Monday on the calendar to send in your favorite post from the prior month. (To: charoster ‘at’ outlook ‘dot’ com) See you at the June Round-up!