Ep.26 – How Thanksgiving Proclamations and A Season for Holiness Apply to Your Writing

by | Nov 24, 2022 | Ink and Impact Episodes

If you’re listening from the U.S. on the day this episode airs, you’re probably trying to get comfortable after stuffing yourself with turkey and all the other accompanying gastronomical goodies of a typical Thanksgiving feast.

While I was prepping for my own family’s feast this week, I listened to a podcast that shared a portion of George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation of 1789. The history buff in me found it intriguing, so I dug a little deeper and discovered he wasn’t the only president to offer a Thanksgiving proclamation to the citizens of the United States.

Listen in as I share more about these proclamations and, believe it or not, how they relate to your writing life today.

I also share A Season for Holiness with you – don’t miss this incredible opportunity to reflect on and reconnect with God in a way that will positively impact your writing.


That’s it for today fellow pen pusher.

Remember, don’t just write a book. Make an impact.


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