More on Maine

It is almost time for me to leave this idyllic spot. It’s been a good almost three weeks here on the coast of Maine. I’ve completed the line-edits for my next book, The Rogue’s Redemption (Feb.’08), and completed the proposal for my second Love Inspired Historical–no title, not even a working one yet, so I’m calling it Victorian II.

But most of all, I’ve been able to replenish the well, as some authors call stopping to take a breather and look around you…and imbibe that fragile, tenuous thing called…inspiration.

For any who have never travelled to this last bit of wild Maine coastline (you have to go beyond Bar Harbor), I wholeheartedly encourage you to come to Cutler and hike the Bold Coast and Western Head trails. They vary in lengths, so practically anyone can do them. But on a clear day, you’ll never see such blue sky or sea. The cliffs are harrowing (the best part is you can sit right on top of them!) You can sit as long as you like and think about God.

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