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R.M. Snider

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R.M. Snider comes from a family of writers and storytellers. As a child, she made up stories each night to tell her little sister, Elizabeth. Years later, while pursuing a career in commercial interior design, R.M. discovered her love for writing. Since then, she has written numerous stories, blogs and poems, as well as published three novels in The River Series- Bordertown Gypsy, Lynchtown Wolf, and Rivertown Crooner.

Out of their infertility, R.M. and her husband developed a passion for orphans and foster children. In 2013, they teleported into the untamed world of foster care and eventually were blessed to adopt three children whom they first fostered. The five of them live in the country near Fort Smith, Arkansas. When she’s not writing
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R.M. Snider So, when I was about 5 years old, I had two girl cousins close to my same age given up for adoption. I'd love to know what's become of them!…moreSo, when I was about 5 years old, I had two girl cousins close to my same age given up for adoption. I'd love to know what's become of them!(less)
R.M. Snider So, I've definitely had writer's block. I began writing in 2008 and I wrote and wrote and a bunch of it was crap. But it's like a sport- you practice …moreSo, I've definitely had writer's block. I began writing in 2008 and I wrote and wrote and a bunch of it was crap. But it's like a sport- you practice and get better. As I've learned how to write better, I've learned better ways to deal with writer's block, too. For one, I listen to where God is guiding me. I know that'll sound weird to some people, and that's ok, but it works wonders for me. I can feel inside myself when I'm writing something and it's just not coming. It's like making a glass of lemonade by squeezing one lemon at a time. Then, when I say, "Ok, God. What is it You want me to say?" Then, eventually, I'll hear it somehow (through music, taking a walk, just through living life) and all the sudden the ideas are flowing and it's like pouring lemonade from a pitcher. I always know that when I'm squeezing one lemon at a time, I need to stop for a while. It can be as quick as a trip to the restroom and, while I'm washing my hands, it'll all become clear. Or it might be taking a walk outside. Or listening to music while I'm driving in my car. Or listening to a podcast or even reading the Bible. (Side note- I'm kind of funny about what I read while I'm writing. When I'm writing fiction, I tend to stay far away from reading other fiction, aside from what I read to my kiddos at bedtime. I just don't want my head caught up in too many fictional worlds.) So, for me, writer's block is all about listening to where God's taking my story. He's a way better writer than me and I'm eager to write His story because I look at history and I see how complex and creative it is and I know God's got this. He's gonna give me the words to write if I just listen.(less)
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