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Writing Stories of Love, Faith and Happy Endings While Enjoying the Journey

Latest 10 post from Jill Weatherholt Blog.

  • Journal Confessions

    In 2012, I wrote a blog post titled “My journal is yelling at me.” What I didn’t share, most likely out of fear or embarrassment, were details of what my journal said. Recently, I browsed through that diary and read … Continue reading → […]

  • Who Said That?

    Those who know me well know that I love quotes. I scribble them down into my journals or on Post-it notes. Whether they’re inspirational, pertain to writing, funny, or just common sense—there’s something about a quote that makes me pause … Continue reading → […]

  • Happy Bloggers

    My blogging friend, Christy, was the inspiration behind this post.  Recently, she  marked 7000 followers on her inspiring and educational blog. That night, as I wrote in my Happiness Journal, I noted last year’s entry, which read, “I’m happy I’ve met … Continue reading → […]

  • Root Canal for Dummies

    In my early 20s, I had simultaneous root canal procedures on two lower molars. It was a long and involved process due to stubborn infection that developed in both teeth. After countless visits to my dentist, the infection cleared and … Continue reading → […]

  • Snow in the South

    This week, Charlotte, North Carolina was surprised by an unexpected snow storm, courtesy of Winter Storm Inga. Last weekend, I was also surprised to discover that my next book, A Father for Bella, is available for pre-order on Amazon. The … Continue reading → […]

  • It’s a New Year!

    To celebrate the start of a new year and its endless possibilities, I’m over at BookEnds Literary Agency. In October of last year, I signed with literary agent, Jessica Alvarez. After we chatted on the phone for an hour, I … Continue reading → […]

  • Saying Goodbye to 2017

    When I look at the calendar, I find it hard to believe 2017 is coming to a close. I don’t know about you, but for me, this year has passed in a flash. It’s been a year of change as … Continue reading → […]

  • What’s the Story of Your Life?

    Recently, I read an article which asked readers if they were able to write their own life stories in six words. Not five, or seven…six simple words. I thought it would be fun if we all gave it a try. … Continue reading → […]

  • Visiting Day

    Today, I’m visiting my friends at Southern Writers Magazine to share a recent surprise. Stop over and say hello. Have a great weekend! […]

  • The Waiting Game

    Growing up, my grandmother came to visit us a couple of times a year. Since she didn’t drive, she often traveled by plane and stayed for a week or more. She lived in a small town in West Virginia where … Continue reading → […]