I’m Ginger (or Gin, for short) – welcome to my blog!
This is a little spot where I write about creativity, faith, and life in general.
I write because I feel guided to write. And I share in case it helps others feel less alone, or brightens a day, or brings a smile, or gives a nugget of inspiration.
I’m a writer… of novels, of blog posts (although most of my older blog posts aren’t “out in the world” anymore), of short stories (although rarely those, these days) and sometimes nonfiction.
In addition to writing, I like to play with paint, hang out with my husband and our cute-and-spoiled calico cat, listen to music, study and read the Bible, pray, spend time breathing fresh air, and get together and talk with friends.
Social media isn’t where I spend as much time as I used to, but I do still hang out on facebook and instagram a bit – and if you follow me on instagram, you’ll soon find out I post lots of pictures of our cute-and-spoiled calico girl…
In the past, I’ve also sold several short stories (for children and for adults) and I worked as a freelance greeting card writer for almost a decade.
My current writing projects include a novel related to In New Harmony (the new novel is for adults) and an anthology of Christian-themed short stories.
Here on my blog, I write about writing, creativity in general, and life stuff, including faith and my spiritual journey.
(And speaking of my spiritual journey… If you’ve found me by way of my former work in the metaphysical world and you’re wondering where that work is or what’s going on, I no longer try to “have a foot in both worlds”, so to speak. I’ve been a follower-and-lover of Jesus all my life, but there for a while I got into blending spiritual paths. Gradually, eventually, I realized I needed to stop the fence-straddling and return fully to my first love. I am lukewarm no longer. I’m “all in” for Jesus.)
If you’d like to get in touch, you can contact me here.
Thanks for stopping by.
A note about copyright… All content – written as well as photography – is by me, Ginger Simpson White, copyright 2008-2018.