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That would be the first of 12 moves in my first 15 years. My dad was in the military. Two of the few constants in my life were church attendance and reading.
Betsy was so sure she would be a writer when she grew up, and I thought I'd like to do that too. My writing career began in earnest at midlife. I've read a lot of biographies of writers, and they seem either to start young like Georgette Heyer who wrote her first book as a teenager or at midlife.
I did write a couple magazine articles in my twenties and a couple more in my thirties, but I started focusing on writing in my late thirties.
It took me a year to write my first short story "A Garden of Living Water," the title story in my collection of short stories published for kindle. In my early forties, I wrote four novels. I have recently published two of them for kindle "Dead Sea" and "Deadly Murmurs". I was 45 when I got my first book contract for "Personality Type in Congregations". More books followed every year or two after that. Every one of them is precious to me. Equally precious are the three Bible study guides I wrote, for which my husband, Dave, did the background research into each biblical passage.
It was fun to work with him. Dave and I live in Seattle, and our two sons live here, too.
One of them is married and the father of our beloved granddaughter. Our other son is a journalist with the Huffington Post, writing long and interesting articles using the pen name Michael Hobbes. It's easy to find his articles online because they are read by millions of readers. It is a thrill to have a writer son with such a big audience. The topics of my books continue to be very real in my own life. I keep a weekly Sabbath, and I engage in a variety of Christian spiritual practices. I try to care for the people God puts in my path.
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The notion of friendship is under broad review. The increasing prominence of the virtual landscape—where the language of friendship has been co-opted to describe relationships ranging from intimate to meaningless—requires that we become fluent in ever-expanding relational technologies. It's never been easy to be a friend, but it seems to be getting tougher by the nanosecond.