I wrote over 5,000 words last week. Three blog posts. A chapter. Comments and tweets and status updates. Each of these words were about my Christian faith. They included Bible verses, stories from the Bible, and teaching references.
Do you feel the snow in the air? Have you hung your stockings with care? Though you may be sitting under an air conditioner, many editors are knee deep in Christmas. They may even be putting together...Continue Reading
Today we have a special guest post from Amy Carroll, author of the newly-released Exhale: Lose Who You’re Not. Love Who You Are. Live Your One Life Well. Amy’s a member of the Proverbs 31 Ministries speaker...Continue Reading
Today, we have a guest post from a professed "creative ninja" and the current teacher of our latest COMPEL course: A Writer's Guide to Creative Breakthrough. Jenny Randle is a national speaker, Emmy ® award-winning creative, author of Courageous...Continue Reading
You are working on a project, sort of. You are on the computer a lot. You’re writing words. Yet when Friday rolls around, you admit that another week went by and you didn’t write that proposal or query...Continue Reading
We need social media. We need to write. How do we do both? We don’t.
Today’s Tuesday Tip is perhaps the simplest tip I’ll ever share.It changed my writing forever. When...Continue Reading
Did you know there are several major Christian writers’ conferences around the nation? Attending a conference in your area or traveling to a major conference holds many benefits. You will connect with other writers. You will learn more...Continue Reading
One way to chip away at writers’ block is to engage in a writing exercise. There are hundreds of writing exercises, but in today’s Tuesday Tip, we’ll share three to help jump start your writing.
Exercise #1: Memories
One of the hardest things about being a writer at times, especially a Christian nonfiction writer, is helping people understand the call on your life to do so. Not that friends and family don't want to support us...Continue Reading