How Do You Know You’re a Writer? (And Other Questions)

August 27, 2012 | 4 comments

When did you know you were a writer? Who inspires you? What do you say to

someone who dreams of having a book published?

I’m answering those questions today over at the writing home of Michele-Lyn, of A Life Surrendered.

Michele-Lyn is a beautiful woman leaning into Jesus with all of her heart. She writes vulnerably of grace in the messes of life. She mentors women with her God-honoring words. And today, beautiful Michele-Lyn has invited me over to answer a few questions about this blog, my writing life and my upcoming book.

We invite you to come along … (You can find us by clicking here.)

I hope to see you there, and be sure to say hello to Michele. You will love her!

~ Jennifer


by | August 27, 2012 | 4 comments


  1. Michele-Lyn


    Oh my! Sweet, gracious beautiful friend. I left a comment on my blog for you. I sat and just read the post as a reader, and my heart was filled. I am in awe. I am humbled all over again that you graciously accepted to be interviewed, even in the middle of writing your manuscript. I liked you from the very first moment I visited your place. I am growing to love you, more and more. You are a gift. I am inspired by you, and I am blessed to call you friend.

    Sending love, gratitude and {HUGS} your way,


  2. Megan Willome

    This is such a good interview. I’m glad to hear the plugs on journalism, too. It believe it has helped me as well, even though I don’t have a big dream at the moment.

  3. Lisa Shaw

    I hopped over and read the full interview and it was powerful. I also enjoyed learning more about you Jennifer and your “beginnings” so to speak.

    I don’t often comment because it seems as if there is not much I could add to what you already say 🙂 but I do enjoy it when I pop in to visit.

    Thank you for sharing openly in the interview and also on your blog.

    Much love.

  4. Stefanie Brown

    FANTASTIC interview!! Not only did I “tweet” quotes, I wrote several down to keep for myself.
    Great job. Great servant. Great God!


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