- Develop your personal story in such a way it can help others experience transformation as well
- Use sticky statements in your writing
- Identify common language mistakes
- Overcome thinking patterns of negative self-talk
- Edit your own work to make it the best it can be
- Identify critical things you need to know to succeed as a writer
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How to Tell Your Story
In this teaching, Lysa TerKeurst shares tips for how to effectively capture and transfer your experiences and life transformation so your readers experience transformation in their lives as well.
Developing Sticky Statements
In a world where readers are bombarded with good content, what will make yours be noticed and remembered? In this lesson from Lysa TerKerust, you’ll hear how she crafts those statements that linger long after you’ve finished the book. She’ll also break down her strategies to help you make your message come to life in the hearts and minds of your readers.
Top 4 Language Mistakes Authors Make
With over two decades of experience as an editor, Glynnis Whitwer has seen certain errors made repeatedly. Sometimes it’s a matter of our fingers overriding what our minds know to be correct. But often, mistakes happen because the author simply doesn’t know what’s right.
Finding Your Niche
As we answer God’s call to write, it’s important to identify what makes us unique, and how can we blend it all together to identify our niche in the world of writing. In this video teaching, recorded at a previous SheSpeaks conference, Lynn Cowell takes us through an inventory of strengths, weaknesses, loves and loathes to find our areas of expertise.
Talking Back To Self-Talk
In this lesson, Lisa Allen brings together two experienced blog writers: Melissa Taylor, Director of Proverbs 31 Online Bible Studies (OBS) and Nicki Koziarz, speaker and writer for Proverbs 31 Ministries. Each of these ladies have often struggled with talk and share wisdom and encouragement about how to talk back to negative self-talk so it doesn’t become a hindrance in your writing.
How to Self-Edit
Experienced writers know that few first drafts are well written. And that is okay! Sometimes we have to get our thoughts on paper before they slip away, and writing drafts is the only way to do that. But one key to becoming an excellent writer is allowing your first words to rest before bringing them to the editing table where the fine-tuning takes place. In this lesson, Glynnis Whitwer will give you a list of what to look for so you can edit your own work like a seasoned professional.
Behind the Pages with Editor Andrea Doering
This recorded conversation with Executive Editor Andrea Doering from Revell Books gives you behind-the-scenes access to what acquisitions editors think and discuss regarding the writing and publishing process.
3 Things You Need to Know to Succeed as a Writer
In this lesson, Glynnis Whitwer shares three important lessons she’s learned from over 20 years in the writing and publishing world. You might be surprised that the 3 Things You Need to Know to Succeed as a Writer aren’t writing tips or platform building strategies.