On Writing Well: a Sacred Pauses Interview

I am grateful to April Yamasaki from “spiritual practice,faith, and life” for interviewing me and publishing it on her site.

April Yamasaki

Tony (“indytony”) Roberts was a pastor for almost 20 years, inspiring people by the sacred Word. Now he’s looking to inspire writers and those who want to write better.He writes about writing well on life and death, and the faith that impacts both. Tony is currently blogging through Writing Well:The Essential Guide by Mark Tredinnick, and you can check this out at his site, A Way With Words. Thank you, Tony, for taking part in this Sacred Pauses interview series.Writing Well

1. How have you experienced sacred pause?
I find the act of writing to be a spiritual exercise that has provided me with many sacred pauses. A recent example came in response to a writing prompt from a developing collaborative blog called Today’s Author. The blog gave the single sentence prompt “Steven Arvide’s day was about to get worse.”  I copied this into a post, and nothing came to…

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