I’m actually, really, truly, not maybe-kind-of-sorta, in the process of finishing a book proposal. Which means that my brain is in overload thinking about the big picture, including future manuscript …and I’m so, so excited. And while nothing’s actually been signed, or even turned in for that matter, a vision has birthed, and the Muse of Writing has planted residence in my fingertips. So, here’s where I need YOUR help – would you, Radiant Readers, help me think of articles, books, quotes, stories (i.e.: your stories) I might be able to hunker down with, especially in upcoming summer months:
*The stages of grief
*The desert/wilderness (regarding spirituality)
*Dark night of the soul
*Liminal Space – living in that unknown, in-between, gray place
Where have you seen these ideas illuminated in your favorite classic works of literature? How about in a poem or in a story from the Bible (or other ancient religious relics)? Think outside the box – and in the meantime, thank you thank you thank you!