I hope you’re sitting down, because I’ve got some super exciting news to share with you in this week’s edition of Five Minute Friday. Read slowly, I don’t want you to miss a thing!
This week I’m thrilled to share this FMF Intro video interview with the lovely Holly Barrett.
It has been a sheer joy to get to know Holly a bit better these past few weeks, as we’ve worked together plotting and praying about a possible FMF Retreat. She has been a tremendous help to me, and I’m so grateful for her willingness to serve in this way!
Of course most of you are probably familiar with Holly already, as she is an active FMF community member, and is well known on Twitter as the faithful “early prompt prompter” during #fmfparty on Thursday nights. 🙂
Without further ado, here’s Asheritah from OneThingAlone.com interviewing Holly (oh, and don’t forget to subscribe to Asheritah’s YouTube channel by clicking here .. you’ll get first dibs on all the upcoming videos!)
(If you can’t see the video, click here.)
I know Holly mentions in her interview that she couldn’t share details about the FMF Retreat yet, but guess what?!
The first EVER Five Minute Friday Retreat is happening August 7th-9th just outside Nashville, Tennessee!
More details will be revealed in coming weeks, but in the meantime, save the dates!!
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In the spirit of excitement for August, this week’s FMF prompt is:
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It’s been happening for years now.
Week after week, writers gather brave.
We huddle up and bait our hooks. We string sentences and fling the lines far and fast into the vast ocean called the internet.
The lamp continues to burn.
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