Saturday, January 18, 2014

MFRW Monthly Quote January 2014 #MFRWorg

As part of our new series of staff posts, in addition to my Facebook group moderation posts on the 5th of each month, I will also be posting an inspirational quote on each 18th. I’m delighted by this opportunity to share the multitude of quotes I find insightful, profound, inspiring, uplifting, or simply extraordinary in some way. While not all of them will (appear to) directly relate to writing, I personally feel that anything that enhances our sense of groundedness, gratitude, and awareness in life intrinsically supports our creative endeavors. :)

I won’t usually spend so much time introducing—most of these posts will simply be the quote itself—but I did want to offer a bit of background about what I’ll be posting here on the 18th of each month. Without further ado, here is this month's (inaugural!) inspirational quote:
The role of art (poetry, novels, music, films) is, in part, to question the limits we place on ourselves; the role of art is to offer a glimpse of a different reality. It stands there beckoning to us—there is greater potential in you and in life than you can see, than you are trying to see.”
-Rod MacIver

Enjoy, be well, and see you next month!

Emerald is an erotic fiction author whose short stories have been featured in anthologies published by Cleis Press, Mischief, and Logical-Lust, as well as on numerous erotic websites. She serves as an assistant newsletter editor and Facebook group moderator for Marketing for Romance Writers (MFRW). Find out more about her at her website, The Green Light District.

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