Today, I have the opportunity along with you to get acquainted with author, Cherie Burbach and ask her several questions. So, here we go . . .
1. When was the last time you wanted to give up on
writing? What saved you from doing that?
Yesterday? Today? LOL! I think there are moments of frustration at
times with the business ends of things because it’s after all, work… but the actual writing process
itself is very soothing for me. I feel like it’s a lifeline that keeps me
centered and sane.
2. Where did you get the idea of your new book?
Outer space! I was so into watching Cosmos and seeing all God had created, so when I started choosing
poems for My Soul Is From a Difference
Place, it seemed like a natural fit to incorporate the look and feel of the
3. I like that. Now, tell me if you could be a song, what would it be?
Maybe Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off.” I’d like to be able
to do that a bit more.
4. In what place do you do most of your writing?
In my home office.
5. What habit do you struggle with making or getting rid
I’m always trying to get over the need to please and
working too much. I’ve made strides but it’s something I can easily fall back
6. Oh, I'm with you there. What book are you reading right now?
I just finished Vanishing
Grace the other night and now I’m digging into the Gospel of John again. I
go through cycles with the gospel writers and right now I’m obsessed with the
words of John.
7. Ah, yes, John speaks of God's love. Anything else you want to tell us?
Feel free to connect with me on my Etsy page or website. Thanks so much for having me.
Cherie Burbach is a poet, mixed media
artist, and freelance writer specializing in lifestyle and relationships. She's
written for About.com, NBC/Universal, Match.com, Christianity Today, and more.
Her latest book is: My Soul Is From a
Different Place: Poems. Visit her website for more info,cherieburbach.com.
About My Soul Is From
a Different Place: Poems
The poems in My Soul Is From a
Different Place reflect the hope and spirit that have been evident in
Cherie Burbach’s work for over a decade. Each poem sweetly centering on faith
while examining the ups and downs of life.
Sounds beautiful and a good book to start off a new year. I so appreciate your stopping by and talking with me today. Anyone have another question or comment for Cherie?