Today's Scripture: "Then you shall put the two braided chains of gold in the two rings which are on the ends of the breastplate;" Ex 28:24
5978. Split too many hairs and lose what few you have. JG
Writing a book is easy. Having it grammatically correct is tough. And making it fun to read is difficult. Giving it accuracy and continuity is another challenge. More difficult, however, might be reading it after three years and reliving the writing of it while making needed changes and not changing the story. And then there's the hand-made Bema crown which graces the cover. Writing the story may have been easy, but finishing it off is one of the hardest things I've ever done.
It would be intriguing to interview readers and and get their impression after reading Game Over. No one to date has found the story boring, but for all the subtle things I mentioned in the book, I am a little disappointed that no one wants to talk about them. Of course I've never distributed the book to a wide audience so I really shouldn't be too alarmed. Like the breastplate finishing instructions, I look forward to writing the next book and completing the story of some of the characters in the book. The only problem is I'd like to add illustrations to the story, but I'm not willing to surrender the years it would take to do it. Like the story hints, time is short and making relationships is the only proper use of it.
I ask You to bless the time I spend making relationships and bragging on You, Jesus.
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