Life’s too complicated for easy answers.
It’s too precious for oversimplified shouting matches. And it’s much too interesting for all the dull drivel we listen to day after day. Starting right now, let’s embrace the complexity of all that’s around us. Let’s cherish every precious minute we’re alive.
Let’s chase wonder like our life depends on it.
“Always be on the lookout for the presence of wonder.” ~ EB White
All subscribers will get full access to the monthly Wonder Report, filled with stories and resources about chasing wonder in both the grand plans of life as well as the everyday moments. It also includes an exclusive message for readers, wonder challenges, links to recommended essays and books, and occasional tips and tricks for writers. Each issue is designed to give you hope, to grow your faith, to root you in love, and so much more.
As well, all subscribers will receive occasional exclusive essays, Q&A and discussions with the author in the comments section, reading and discussion guides of popular books essays, access to the Wonder Report community, and more.
You won’t have to worry about missing anything. Every new edition of The Wonder Report goes directly to your inbox. Other content will be linked in the newsletter and is available right here on The Wonder Report Substack page.
About Charity Singleton Craig
Charity Singleton Craig is the author of The Art of the Essay: From Ordinary Life to Extraordinary Words and coauthor of On Being a Writer: 12 Simple Habits for a Writing Life That Lasts. She is a two-time recipient of the Arts in the Parks and Historic Sites Grant from the Indiana Arts Commission and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, to write about the state parks and present writing programs to park visitors. She also has written for several magazines and journals, including Joyful Life Magazine, Awake our Hearts Journal, Edible Indy, In Touch Ministries, Redbud Post, InCourage, Christianity Today, The High Calling, The Curator, The Perennial Gen, Discipleship Journal, Tweetspeak Poetry, The Write Life, Grubstreet Daily, and others.
After more than a decade as a freelance writer, Charity now works full-time as a writer in the marketing department of her local library while pursuing her master’s degree in library and information science from Indiana University-Indianapolis. In addition to her work for the library, Charity continues to write about art, nature, books, and faith.
She lives with her husband in central Indiana and they enjoy spending as much time as possible with their three young adult sons. You can find her online at charitysingletoncraig.com.