Greetings from Colorado – Davalynn Spencer, here, happy to introduce this week’s professional author, Jeanette Levellie.
Jeanette, tell us how you got into writing.
Thirty-five years ago when our youngest was a baby I wrote some poems and an article for La Leche League. I liked sharing my creativity with the world, but did not pick up my writing again till my kids were in their teens. That’s when I began writing devotionals, attended my first writers conference and sold my first article.
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“Nutty with A Dash of Meat” Jeanette Levellie here, with an excerpt from my newest book, Shock the Clock: Time Management for Writers and Other Creatives:
I was going to include a chapter about keeping clutter at a minimum as a means to manage time. But then I looked around my office and spied piles of papers and books on my desk, a tape measure hanging from the doorknob, and a bulletin board showing very little cork. In the dining room, the backs of our chairs serve as shirt hangers, and cat toys litter the floor. Bibles, journals, and books jostle for position on my love seat. Read More →
Shock the Clock by Jeanette Levellie
Unlike other time management programs, Shock the Clock is a unique approach that empowers you to focus on your strengths and minimize your weaknesses to make the best use of your limited writing—or other creative time.
Jeanette (and her zany artist son) share practical tips and creative insights that will enable you to say “no” with confidence, delegate with grace, and find your car keys.
Shock the Clock includes time management tips from:
- New York Times Bestselling author Cecil Murphey
- Award-winning novelist Jody Hedlund
- Director of Professional Writing Department at Taylor University & author of 54 books Dennis Hensley
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