By Jennifer Hallmark
“You crown the year with your bounty; your wagon tracks overflow with abundance. The pastures of the wilderness overflow, the hills gird themselves with joy, the meadows clothe themselves with flocks, the valleys deck themselves with grain, they shout and sing together for joy.” Psalm 65: 11-13 ESV
Hello, friends of Inspired Prompt! It’s hard to believe that 2019 has almost come to an end. And we’re going to begin a new decade…2020.
It’ll be a year of an abundance of great articles, guest posts, and interviews to help you along your writing journey with Betty, Gail, Shirley, Tammy, Fay, Harriet, Carlton, Bonita, Karen, Cammi, Kristy, and myself. We want to help YOU be all you can be when it comes to putting words on paper.
2020 is going to be our best year yet. We will explore such topics as:
- Staying fit for the long run.
- Classic love stories.
- Writing nonfiction.
- Short interviews with people in the industry.
- Historical fiction.
And so much more! Join us for our Monday and Friday posts on the topic of the month and our fun Wednesday interviews.
Maybe you’d like to be interviewed or be a guest blogger. If so, go to our guest guidelines page to learn more. We’d love to showcase your book, blog, or yourself. 🙂
We’ll see you soon!
Happy New Year from Betty, Jennifer, and the entire Inspired Prompt Crew!
We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives. — John F. Kennedy
To our treasured Readers
Here we are at year’s end and it seems a fitting time to pause and say thank you to all of those who have helped make this a stellar year at Inspired Prompt. YOU, our readers! So, thank you, from the bottom of my heart! We look forward to serving you another year. God bless you, one and all! – Betty Thomason Owens
To our readers: the blog couldn’t be what it has become without you. You comment and share and encourage us all. Thank you for another wonderful year! ❤ – Jennifer Hallmark
Thank you, readers! We couldn’t exist without you. – Harriet Michael
Dear reader, Thank you for all you do. Without you, we would be just another blog. You are a treasure! Hope to see you next year. – Gail Johnson
Readers: Thank you so much for your support. I have been so blessed by your encouragement this year. – Fay Lamb
Many thanks to all of you wonderful readers who are the wind under our wings as writers. We love each one of you! – Bonita McCoy
Readers, I am grateful to God for how you partner with us throughout the year. When you follow, read, comment, and share our posts, you encourage us to continue writing to fulfill our goal of educating and informing writers with the hope that we inspire writers to strive for excellence in their own writing. – Shirley Crowder
Dearest Readers, We are so grateful for your faithfulness. Your hearts and minds are the stages upon which our words have the freedom to dance. Many blessings for all the lovely rhythms still to come. – Kristy Horine
Thank you to our readers. I’m challenged every month to bring useful information with a bit of humor. I’m honored that you stop in to read our post! – Tammy Trail
In blogging, as in life, participating is enriched by the people you have around you. Our readers are engaging with their comments and compliments. Additionally, it is always encouraging to come together in community with other authors to learn and grow in our craft. – Karen Richardson
Thank you to everyone for welcoming me! Sharing information and stories with all of you has inspired and encouraged me in my writing. Can’t wait for 2020! – Cammi Woodall
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Merry Christmas to you from the Inspired Prompt Crew!
- Jennifer Hallmark
- Betty Thomason Owens
- Gail Johnson
- Tammy Trail
- Harriet Michael
- Shirley Crowder
- Carlton Hughes
- Kristy Robinson Horine
- Karen Hensley Richardson
- Fay Lamb
- Bonita McCoy
- Cammi Woodall
For 2020, we are especially interested in finding those Christmas stories. If you have a Christmas novel or novella releasing, we’d like to highlight it in November and December. First come, first serve!