It’s Friday! Here’s the scoop on #CleanWIP Relaxed Fridays.
There’s no #CleanWIP theme on Fridays, but we still publish a fun collaboration. Use the hashtag to share relevant news, interesting teases from a WIP or published work (purchase links encouraged on Fridays), or something else our readers might love. [https://t.co/iCuPzhtLNK] pic.twitter.com/IhZAHr7Tga— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) June 5, 2020
#CoverReveal— Hope Bolinger – PRE-ORDER DEN! (@HopeBolinger) April 28, 2020
DEN follows Danny as he attempts to uncover a string of mysterious deaths at his school. Will he find a killer or be next on the hit list?
Paperback:https://t.co/8M6GCPxwQN #indieapril #readingcommunity pic.twitter.com/ksnOca6vxt
I pray about everything: from my weight, to breakouts, to plumbing needs around my flat, my weekly budget, to songs to sing during worship. I even confess when I am jealous or angry or afraid…it’s the only way I know how to live because it’s the only way that has worked for me.— Cathy (@CathyisWinning) June 4, 2020
“The LORD is my strength and my song;— Caitlin M. Smith (@caitsmithwriter) June 5, 2020
he has become my salvation.
He is my God, and I will praise him…
The LORD is a warrior;
the LORD is his name.”
Exodus 15:2a, 3#AwesomeGod #VerseOfTheDay #Victory #Praise
My book BEAUTIFUL BEAST will be published Monday, June 8 and I was wondering if there are other #indieauthors who are releasing their book this summer? Please comment with a link! 😊#amwriting #selfpublish #authors #publish https://t.co/ErDYlNVvEx pic.twitter.com/oVNnyidqi9— Emma Joy Hill (@emmajoyhill20) June 5, 2020
Love is patient,— Meghan E. White (@meghan_e_white) June 5, 2020
love is kind.
It does not envy,
it does not boast,
it is not proud.
It is not rude,
it is not self-seeking,
it is not easily angered,
it keeps no record of wrongs.
Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth.
Friends, don’t be afraid to talk about happy things, even though the world is crazy and talking about anything else seems irresponsible right now. I don’t mean to minimize what’s going on, but even in the darkness there’s hope. It isn’t healthy to dwell only on what’s wrong.— Katelyn Buxton (@KBuxtonBooks) June 5, 2020
Whether [the local diner] intended the atmosphere to extend to “vintage odors” was unknown, but a wave of heavy, oniony air pushed its way out the door as Grace let herself in. It was like trying to breathe through a mask made of old onion rings.#amwriting— Lea Carter (@LeaCarterWrites) June 5, 2020