Sunday Snap: Sunrise

Sunrise over Bennett Island

Happy December, everyone!

Wait—what?? How can this be? I had thought my November would have dragged by much more slowly, after I signed up for NaNoWriMo and sequestered myself to my writing cave for thirty days. Most of those days started early too—pitch-black early before the clocks rolled back on the 7th—and yet the month flew by anyway.

It was pleasant rising with the sun on those mornings. Most of this blog’s “sun photography” has been of the sunset variety like the one on my header, but there is something special about the quality of the sun at dawn. The stillness, the quietude, the fresh hope that gives birth to each new day is perfect inspiration for writing a new chapter in a novel or starting a new chapter in your life.

“I write for the same reason I watch the sun rise every morning. Not to express some great truth, but because it makes me feel wildly, gloriously alive.” ~ Marty Rubin

A Photo a Week Challenge: Sunrise

31 thoughts on “Sunday Snap: Sunrise

            1. Thank you so much! I so appreciate the lovely review. I love how you understood that a good girl can sometimes “act out” when circumstances are extreme. As for understanding Veronica better, I suggest you read the sequel. You’ll gain a new perspective on why she behaves the way she does. 😊

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  1. Congratulations on your NaNoWr success – a fantastic achievement and you’re not only rewarded with a book draft, the lovely certificate but also those sublime sunrises! Heavenly – Marty Rubin’s eloquent quote is a perfect match for your post!

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