JenniferLKing

JenniferLKing

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11 years ago @ Michael Hyatt Blog - Great Product Is the N... · 1 reply · +3 points

Thank you for this excellent post, on the publishing world's successful combination: a great idea and a great story, with great writing, polished to excellence. A focused reminder of what matters most as I begin work on my next novel. Thank you, Jennifer King

12 years ago @ The View through My Lens - Destination Alps: A Su... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Mayra,
Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment, and a link to your own photographs. They depict your beautiful region of Brazil very well. Gorgeous.

I look forward to following your travels... thanks for sharing your passion for travel and new experiences with others. It's wonderful!

Sincerely,

Jennifer King

12 years ago @ The View through My Lens - Stop and Smell the Flo... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thank you! I'm so glad you enjoy the photos and quotes.
Enjoy your summer!
-Jennifer

12 years ago @ The View through My Lens - London · 0 replies · +1 points

Thank you, Jenny! Isn't London great? As with everything in Europe, we're amazed how close it is to where we live now. Can't wait to make it back ... Looking forward to seeing you at ACFW! -Jennifer

12 years ago @ The View through My Lens - The Alps and the Impos... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Lauree,

Thank you, for the kind words of encouragement, and for leaving a comment. I appreciate it! Yes, I'm a believer in God, constantly amazed at life and everything He's given us to enjoy. Thank you.

I'm so glad you've made plans to come to Prague. You will love it, I hope. Prague is very beautiful, and unique in ways I'm not sure anyone can express until it's seen firsthand in person. Please email me through the Contact page, if you need help or direction to the nearest great castle (they're everywhere here). :0)

And I do hope you make it down to the Alps. They are quite close, and magnificent, if even for a few hours.

I hope you'll share your thoughts and experiences after you're home-- I'd love to hear what your favorites are!

Enjoy your journey! -Jennifer

PS. I'm sorry your comment was sent into "moderation" -- I need to somehow get that fixed. We were enjoying vacation in the European land of English-speakers. Photos to come soon ...

12 years ago @ Michael Hyatt Blog - Forget Your Blog Stats... · 1 reply · +2 points

Michael,

This is a great personal breakthrough, deducting that creative expression can't always be judged worthy by its numbers.

I happened to have Pressfield's book open to the last page (because I refer to it often), entitled "The Artist's Life." It always speaks to me. The whole page says it best, but here's a bit ... "Creative work is not a selfish act or a bid for attention [or numbers] on the part of the actor. It's a gift to the world and every being in it. Don't cheat us of your contribution. Give us what you've got."

Perhaps in the offering of creative gifts to others, we find the sustenence to journey the long haul and overcome the Resistance. I know I am grateful for what you and others offer to lead others along in the journey of life. Thanks for continuing the trek, regardless of the numbers.

-Jennifer

12 years ago @ The View through My Lens - Inspiration: Croatian ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Jeanne!

Wow-- You were in Dubrovnik, too? :) Such a beautiful area, hardly discovered. We loved it. And of course the sunsets were unbelievable for sure.

We'd love to show you around Prague. It's only a little flight away. :)

12 years ago @ Daniel Decker - So You Want to Become ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Daniel,
This is a great post, written from a unique perspective, I think. Thank you. I find all of the above to be true, not only in finding a "bestseller", but also simply in having traditional publishing success in today's extrememly tight market.
I have one non-fiction devotional published through Tyndale's The One Year line, and have since been writing my love, fiction. Hopefully, I've written and will continue to write stories that resonate and entertain. I write because I can't not write, and am grateful to have an outstanding agent. Hopefully we'll find success at a publishing house in the near future.
Thank you for this post. I look forward to reading your follow-ups.
Jennifer King

12 years ago @ Michael Hyatt Blog - Why Plan B Is Often Yo... · 2 replies · +1 points

This is a great post, Pete and Michael. Thank you. __When I lifeguarded at pools as a teenager, I remember learning the value in having a plan, because crises happen, and they usually happen too fast to create one on the spot. But for me, my biggest lesson has to be within our family-- what to do when the unexpected happens. Our oldest son severely broke his arm one summer day right in front of us. Not knowing what exactly to do, my husband scooped him up, and we immediately drove to the emergency room 30 miles away. Later, we learned we should have called for an ambulance, because moving him like we did nearly caused permanent nerve damage. Last summer, two years later, our oldest son broke his other arm (amazingly), again, severely. My husband and I were not in town. Our son remembered exactly what to do: the babysitter called the ambulance. So, the biggest lesson I have learned is to empower those around us to know the plan when a crisis happens again--there is so much value in passing on the lessons learned, in preparing those who follow with wisdom to face a crisis. __Thank you for sharing with others your lessons learned for difficult times--a gift.__Sincerely, Jennifer King__

12 years ago @ The View through My Lens - Fields of Gold · 0 replies · +1 points

Thank you! So glad to be able to capture a bit of the beauty and share. Have a great weekend!
Jennifer