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Diana Finfrock Farrar I am also a runner, so I will equate the difficulties I've encountered with writing in the same way that I approach those difficult days on a long…moreI am also a runner, so I will equate the difficulties I've encountered with writing in the same way that I approach those difficult days on a long run. Bottom line - some days are good and some days are not! It's easy to settle into a comfortable flow when the pace of the run is as smooth as the words hitting the screen. But there are other days when your legs just don't want to move and the words don't seem to come either. It's frustrating to have set aside a block of time to exercise, or write, but the weather or your creativity juices just aren't cooperating. I had to learn to go with the flow, and write when the TIME was right, not when I had PLANNED to write.

There were many times that I would awake in the middle of the night and write for several hours because the ideas were flowing. Just as there were other times when I had set aside an entire week to do nothing but write ..... but nothing came. It's kind of like the Serenity Prayer - I had to learn to accept the things I couldn't change, have the courage to change the things I could, and hope for the wisdom to know the difference. (less)
Diana Finfrock Farrar I was inspired by Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, in which she introduced readers to both the Negro slave and his owners and illustrated…moreI was inspired by Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, in which she introduced readers to both the Negro slave and his owners and illustrated the injustices and cruelties that enslaved them both. While sitting in church one Sunday after having finished reading Ms. Stowe's epic novel, I received the message that I had a story to tell and that He expected me to tell it. I was truly called to make a difference in the struggle for equality regarding LGBT issues that morning. I started writing three days later.(less)
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The Door of the Heart

4.26 avg rating — 27 ratings — published 2014 — 4 editions
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The Door of the Heart by Diana Finfrock Farrar
"What an amazing book that everyone filled with hate should read. I did shed some tears.
Tammy and Ed discover their differences after many years of marriage. One shows unconditional love.
The other doesn't. This leads to trouble in their marriage.

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The Door of the Heart by Diana Finfrock Farrar
"A universal story set in Texas. It presents the difficulties encountered by GLTB persons of all ages. It also shows various reactions by family, friends, church, workplace, school, social media and more. It is well presented in story form. The cha..." Read more of this review »
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