Jase Rosenburg

What I Want As A Writer

A Writer’s Dream I had a post about half-way done, but I had to drop it to write this one. I was listening to music this evening and I heard this song that is amazing. It’s by the Judds and the title is, “Flies on

The Business of Writing

When you think about writers what enters your mind? Maybe you see someone sitting at a typewriter, (yes I dated myself there), with wads of paper thrown around the room. Or maybe you think about best seller lists and lots of money. You may even

Writer’s Doubt

I wanted to update you on my writing.  I’ve had an extremely hard time getting any words down in any format. If I’m being honest, it’s to the point now where I’m questioning whether I really am a writer.  Have I been kidding myself? I

I’m A Wretched Writer

Being a writer is harder than it sounds. Since December I’ve had a hard time getting into my writing.  I blamed the holidays at first. You know all the hoopla that goes on with that.  Then I was having some health issues and had some

5 Ways Writers Can Overcome Fear and Doubt

Have you ever struggled with fear and doubt?  I’m sure every one of us can answer yes to that question.  We’ve all faced those giants in some area of our life.  I’m facing them now.  I’m going through the Tribe Writers course offered by Jeff Goins.

Why Do I Blog?

I recently started an online course called Tribe Writers by Jeff Goins.  As a part of that course, I’m also completing his other course titled, Intentional Blog.  I’ve learned so many things about blogging.  So I wanted to take time and share with you, why

Interview with Denica McCall

  I put out a call for Christian authors, musician and artists to contact me so I could get some interviews lined up.  Denica McCall follows my Facebook page and responded to me.  I’m glad she took the time to do so.  When you read

Writing Updates And General Ramblings

Good Monday morning!  I have coffee and I’m remarkably chipper at the moment.  I did want to share this update.  You see above one of my posts from Instagram.  Please don’t try to read the words on the screen, I promise you, you’ll probably throw

The Pain Of Writing

This morning I’m getting ready to begin a new book.  Actually, I’m beginning it again.  I didn’t like the way it was when I started it in November.  Actually, I hated it.  I had a really hard time throwing out the work I had done,

Lies, Lies, Nothing But Lies

What do you see in this picture?  A window, right?  Do you know what stands out to me? I see a room that seems like a dungeon almost.  It’s not a comforting place.  Yet, there is the window. If we’re being honest most of us

What Am I Doing?

I hope you all are doing well today!  I’m writing to update you guys on what I’m doing and what I hope to be doing in the future.  If you’ve read this blog, then you know I lost my dad last month.  It’s been really

Writer To World Leader

His pen moved feverishly across his paper.  Never before had the words poured from his pen with such fluidity. The publication of his last paper had given him a taste of the power of written words that still lingered on his pallet.  His latest work

I’m A Writer

Wow, is all I can say.  Last week at this time I was back in my room and ready to pass out.  I had spent a very long day at my first writing conference.  The Re:Write Conference in Austin, TX. I was expecting the speakers