I am Brooke Gale Luby.
I am a 20-something freelance writer from New Hampshire, living in Texas…. or somewhere.
I used to live on a bus. I have never been to college. I can’t spell too well but I love words. I am too sensitive, too reclusive, an internal and often external mess.
I believe in the importance of telling stories.
I believe in amazing grace, and that all we need is love and Jesus is love incarnate.
When I am not writing or in lost in a book or great conversation over coffee, I like to distract myself with photography, random art projects, cooking delicious things, and treasure hunting at thrift stores.
I also like most things Asian, earl grey tea, globes, and getting lost in cities.
This blog is my attempt to see the redemption and beauty all around me, and to do my best to capture it,
my “feeble attempt to express in inexpressible.”
whereas the truth is that fullness of soul can sometimes overflow in utter vapidity of language, for none of us can ever express the exact measure of his needs or his thoughts of his sorrows; and human speech is like a cracked kettle on which we tap crude rhythms for bears to dance to, while we long to make music that will melt the stars…”
Send me some love: firstname.lastname@example.org
More Good Reads
Here are some other things I’ve written that aren’t on this blog.
*Why Writers Must Enter the Stories They Tell- Goins, Writer.
*Finding God in the Disabled- Prodigal Magazine
*2011 Poetry Contest Winner - The Shine Journal
*Interview with Poetry Journal- Hennen’s Observer
*No Longer Orphans- Assist News
*Rescuing the Children of India out of Alleys and Brothels- Continental News
*50 Questions for Jesus- Recovering Evangelical
A Million Miles In A Thousand Years (Book Review)- Wrecked for the Ordinary