A New Day on Vickiwoodyard.com

June 4, 2012

I have “moved house.” If this blog format looks new, it is because it is. After much travail, and with the help of Renaee Churches, God bless her, I am now here at vickiwoodyard.com. I won’t go into the “why’s” of the move, but I am sure they will prove to be good ones. Just change your bookmark if you like.

So here is what is going on with me. I recently got this lovely and inspiring comment:

An Open Letter to Ms. Vicki Woodyard

“You are a very special writer. A mesmerizing one. Somebody who can do a unique task on this planet. Your occasional moods of depression are also yours. There is nothing to be worried about it. The bait is there to know more. Don’t you see— the ocean also has many depressive depths? You have many friends.

As it is, the unseen world is more crowded than the seen one. Don’t worry about sale of prints and such tasks. ‘Let the dead bury the dead’. You please write. Write vehemently such things that you only can write and so unheard in the realm of worlds. Sure, one day you will come across the Final word . And that word will unravel all the words. Good luck.

Truly yours, R.”

That is such a beautiful couple of paragraphs, for I toil in the vineyards of verbiage long and hard. Yes, I would love for some of my readers to order Life With Hole In It and my second book,  A Guru in the Guest Room, but that cannot be forced on anyone.

They are wonderful books and will hopefully be discovered in due time. I have entered Life With A Hole In It in the Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards for 2012. Cross your fingers on that.

As Renaee and I figure out what else needs doing on this new blog, make sure and check out the ordering links for the books and come back often. This site is here to enlighten, enliven and inspire. It is here to make you come to terms with the reality of the All. Not an easy task but a necessary one.



One Comment

  1. Welcome. This one seeks you out from the broken wardrobes(?)- By a very simple reason.The stuff is good and suits the season.A hearty welcome. (Meanwhile,your words are sounder.They are more rooted in the present). Rajkumar.


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