Category: Fiction

Apr
25

Top Ten Tuesday//Books I Leave Alone

By: Andréa Lane 3
I definitely knew I wanted to blog today, but I wasn\'t sure what I would write about....enter hours of perusing the blog world....when I finally stumbled on The Broke and the Bookish blog and their fun Top Ten Tuesday post. My reaction was instant. Before I even read their lis...Read Full Article
Apr
18

Life After: A light, heartfelt, honest book review

By: Andréa Lane
Have you ever discovered people on this giant earth who God (seemingly) put there just for you? Like perhaps their sole purpose in life is for you? Do you find yourself wondering how this person you\'ve never even met could possibly change your life? I\'m specifically talking...Read Full Article
Jan
10

The Art Of Reading: Part One

By: Andréa Lane
Reading is a significant and yet simple part of our lives, some of us read often, reading for knowledge or entertainment. Some read slowly or struggle with it while others read well or even exceptionally fast. Having the ability to read is recognized as one of the top life ski...Read Full Article
Jan
3

Becoming Andréa Lane

By: Andréa Lane
[Deep breath in] After months of percolating, first as a thought, then a bonafide idea, a plan, a goal, a destination, and then weeks of preparation and careful planning of this journey, this blog, it’s here. Whispers on Writeria Lane, a blog by Andréa Lane. Me. Mos...Read Full Article

About me

Welcome to Writeria Lane, where I write about the things that matter most to me in life; my love for Jesus, my family, and all things fiction. Writing has always been a way for me to process the world and what the Lord is doing within it, when I’m writing I can feel Him whispering to my soul. I hope you will join me on this journey as I hope to seek Him out and share authentically about all the things that inspire me.

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