Tag Archive | death
Recently I’ve been surrounded by talk of death, life in relation to death, and afterlife. (mostly due to Sunday’s sermon God’s control over death) Besides getting me thinking about those aspects in my life, I began to think of them in regards to my characters. So this post is about death and writing. Death is […]
A couple of years ago, I did a post about a remarkable little girl and asking for prayers. Often when such pleas come, we never really find out how the story ends, especially when it’s a prolonged battle. However, no matter the final outcome, sometimes through the pain those closest to the trial grow and […]
She didn’t have much of a chance for life. When I found her on the side of the road her bones jutted out in odd angles and her skin hung like loose drapes. A puppy, but months beyond fat and adorable. She stood vigil in the same spot for three days, I hear, waiting for […]
People have been circulating surveys and I wanted to play too! But I thought I would keep it short so picked 20 questions. Enjoy! 1. What’s your word count? 98,000 2. If you have finished, how long did it take you? Depends. This round I did roughly 6 months in initial draft and 2 years […]
Hello, World of NAF! I’m Robynn Tolbert, aka Ranunculus Turtle, aka Princess Turtle, aka Mean Aunt Robynn, aka Valkyrie Is About to Die, aka…Oi, that’s enough. Some of you know me this way… .
This week I have really considered the value of life and death for a Christian. What brought me to this pondering was the news of an entire family passing away. They were young and their children were still babies. In the blink of an eye life on earth was gone for them. It was a […]