Saturday, October 9, 2010

Saturday Good Reads

So many good things to read, so little time. Here’s just a taste of the good stuff I found on the web this past week.


I Want to Be a Vampire” by Peter Pollock for New Day Rising.

Growing Up” by Linda Chontos at Linda’s Patchwork Quilt.

How Current Publishing Models Undermine Quality” by Mike Duran at deCompose.

Outside the Frame” by Kathleen Overby at Almost Paradisical.

Why I Art – Part 1” by Karen Eck at Karenee Art.

Mount Pisgah” by Cassandra Frear at Moonboat Café.

When Paragraphs Become People” by Jennifer Dukes-Lee at Getting Down the Jesus.

Finding Your Muse” and “Tunnel Vision” by Kathy Richards.

Iran’s Students: Interrupted Lives” by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.

Polishing” by Michelle DeRusha at Graceful.

Just a Pen and Paper” by Duane Scott at Scribing the Journey.

Why is faith so hard?” by Jeff Dunn at Internet Monk.

Wood Obstructs My View” and “I Died Yesterday” by Michael Perkins at Untitled.

How Poetry Got Religion Again” by Peggy Rosenthal for The Image Journal.

Hymns, Heartbreak and Healing” by Sandra Heska King.

What the Servants Knew” by Jeanne Damoff for The Master’s Artist.

Roads” by A Simple Country Girl at Aspire to Lead a Quiet Life.


"Looking Glass" and "Red" by Nancy Rosback at Poems and Prayers.

"Tell her," “Repetition” and “Old dogs and new” by Melissa at All the Words.

Psalm 91” by Jerry at Under the Door Frame.

Collander” by Kathleen Overby at Almost Paradisical.

Musings around Giverny and Vernon” and “Seasons of Extravagant Tears” by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.

Howling at the Moon” by Justinian at Delight and Glory and Oddity and Light.

Home” by Pete Marshall.

13/30” by Brian Miller at WayStationOne.

Sand” by David Brydon.

Playing Pretend” by Karen Eck at Karenee Art.

Fairy King” by Laura Boggess at The Wellspring.

Paintings and Photographs

"Three from here and there" by Kelly Sauer, Claire Burge and Sarah Gabriel.

Moonlight over the Sea,” oil on panel, and "Autumn Efforts" by Randall David Tipton.

"Greyscale Gray Skies" by Steve Gravano at Take a Look Around.

Falling” by Michelle DeRusha at Graceful.

His coat of many colors” and “How to See God: the Light of Brokenness” by Ann Voskamp at A Holy Experience.

Blue Jays” by Jessica McGuire at Jezamama.

One Night Before Six” by Erin Kilmer at Together for Good.

Laity Lodge Writers Retreat

I blogged quite a bit this week about the writers retreat at Laity Lodge. Quite a few others did as well. Ann Kroeker did a post entitled "Echoes" that pulls together the links for virtually all of the posts.

Photograph: Lamp, by Nancy Rosback. Used with permission.


Michael said...

Your un-selfishness and kindness continues to blow me away.


Jennifer @ Getting Down With Jesus said...

Another great roundup. And Glynn? I'm honored to be included.

katdish said...

Thank you, Glynn. And thanks again for all the wonderful links. I've been busy this week and have missed many of these.

Maureen said...

So little time is right! A feast of Good Reads.

Thank you for including me. I'm also pleased to see you mentioned your posts about the retreat, which I enjoyed thoroughly.

Kathleen Overby said...

Thx. I'm coming back. Thank you for your great offerings all the week long after your return from Laity. You kicked it up a notch. Bam! :)

David Rupert said...

Glen...a must read for me.Thanks for honoring others

Duane Scott said...

I'm with Kat.

I appreciate all these links. It gives some of us busy ones a know-where to go and read some great blogs!

Thanks again!

Tea with Tiffany said...

Thanks for linking us up to many good reads.


togetherforgood said...

Thank you for the mention, Glynn. :)

S. Etole said...

thankful ... as always ... for your referrals

Linda said...

I am so thankful Glynn and astonished to find myself among such amazing company.

Ann Kroeker said...

I'm so sorry that I didn't include Deidra's in my collection. Barefoot and the dreamy one with pictures...good stuff at

I'm glad you found the roundup worth including, Glynn!

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