This weekend I got a bee in my bonnet to update the look of my web site. I’m trying to stream line it a bit as well as to make it visually appealing. While I was at it, I decided to give my blog a similar look and color scheme. Ah, what I won’t do to avoid rewrites!
No, seriously, I wasn’t procrastinating. And web site design is a part of marketing (a necessary evil in the publishing business) that I actually enjoy. Pop over if you have a moment and let me know what you think.
I’m off at the end of the week to brainstorm books with a couple of writing buddies. Oh boy! Am I looking forward to this. We’ll eat lots, laugh lots, talk lots, and in-between having fun, we’ll work hard.
This morning, I finished Day 27 of the 90 Day reading challenge. I’m almost through with 2 Kings. Man, all I can say is that there weren’t very many of the kings that followed David who lived well, and some who started well didn’t finish well, including Solomon. Yesterday’s sermon at church was about ending well. That’s my prayer: Lord, let me run the race all the way to the finish line and end well.
I must say that I feel very blessed that my church is doing this challenge. It is so helpful to hear the sermons each Sunday that wrap up the previous week’s reading. The Boise Vineyard posts both the audio and video of the sermons to their web site, so if your interested, visit their site, too. Oh, and you’ll find participant’s guides there as well. The videos are particularly good because of the Power Point presentations.
Well, time to stop blogging and start working.