Indelible Words

by Betty Thomason Owens

What a month it’s been here at the Writing Prompts blog. I enjoyed reading about everyone’s favorite modern author, and I learned we’re a rather eclectic bunch. We like everything from classic reads to childhood favorites, and meaningful, spiritually-uplifting works.

Today’s society, whether they realize it or not–is rich. They have extensive, extravagant libraries available to them, which are growing and expanding every day. If you have a question, you can find hundreds of authors expounding on the answer. There’s a voice out there for you. One or several of those authors will have the words that will speak directly to your mind and heart.

I hate to see the month of March leave, because I’ve so enjoyed reading everyone’s posts. As writers, books hold our hearts and nourish our dreams. They inspire us. We hope our words will someday touch hearts just like that one touched ours.

Thank you, Writing Prompts crew and guests for sharing a bit of your hearts with us.  And thank you, dear readers, for taking time out of your day to read and comment on our heartfelt posts.

We have a bit of excitement in store for April, so don’t miss Monday’s introductory blog post.
Click to tweet: As writers, books hold our hearts and nourish our dreams.

In lieu of a writing prompt, I’d like to ask you a question. If you’re a reader, which modern author has touched your heart? Changed your life? Made you think? Whether it’s teaching, developmental, devotional, or a work of fiction–this author’s words made a lasting (indelible) impression on you.

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