Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Yes, You Can!


 
How many days have you talked yourself out of writing at all? Or only a little bit? Too many? We've all been there. But the truth is, we have no excuse.

My buddy, Diane Quimby, can teach you how to keep going. She is a survivor of Traumatic Brain Injury and has a wonderful story of persistence through pain that can inspire anyone. After working on her memoir--Head Lights for Dark Roads: Packing Humor and Hope for the Unexpected Trip through Traumatic Brain Injury--for seven years, she is nearing the finish line. I'm doing the final edits now. I'll keep you up-to-date on the publication date.

Check out her new blog--Head Lights for Dark Roads at tbi-411.blogspot.com. I promise you'll be inspired to say, "Yes, I can!"
Who inspires you to keep going?

8 comments:

  1. Love the picture. That will come in handy when I push the button to send a query next week.

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  2. Headlights for Dark Roads, what a fantastic title. Thanks for the inspiration.:-)

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    1. Thanks to my buddy, Diane, it's a riveting inspiration on every page.

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  3. Love this little diagram - especially in relation to morning pages. I feel so excited when I get them done each day!
    Off to follow your link.

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    1. Thanks, Deniz! You'll be amazed by Diane!

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  4. Glad to hear your friend is doing well--very inspirational!

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