6 thoughts on “Have You Thought Of Writing A Book?”

  1. I wrote an anthology of poetry in high school. I don’t write much anymore, though I have had a couple of ideas for a series children’s books.

  2. One of the books I would like to write would be co-authored with Lee Urton. We would pose 100 or so of the questions we’ve asked on Intellectual Roundtable, along with our reflections on why we thought the question important and/or fun, as well as our answers now that some time has passed.

  3. I would love to be able to write fiction, but alas I am no good at it. Being an English Major and a teacher of Composition, I have written many analyses and commentaries and am pretty good at that. When I worked for Good Apple-Shining Star, a previous company writing educational material for children Pre-K to 8th grade, I wrote a 46-page activity book entitle Jesus Miracles (for 5th and 6th graders). It had a little copy but was mostly activities such as puzzles, acting suggestions, art projects, and games. I also wrote puzzles and short songs for the magazine Shining Star through my tenure there. No claim to major fame but projects I am proud of and so happy to have been able to pursue.

  4. I’ve often dreamed of writing a book so that when I pass on, I’ll leave something for posterity. That’s not to say I haven’t already done that with memories shared with family and friends. Still, a book seems somehow to be something that could last forever.

    These days it seems like every celebrity has published a book. How many will be around in a hundred years? Not many, I suspect. Still, I’d like to give it a try. Check back with me in six months to see how it’s coming.

    Thanks for asking.

    1. On second thought, my motive stated above for writing the book is lacking the most important thing: will it glorify God?

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