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What Publishers Really Want, Part 1

In this exciting lesson you’ll learn the top five things aspiring writers must know before they write a book proposal. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to sit down with Lysa TerKeurst and her team from Thomas Nelson Publishers...


Learning About the Publishing Industry

Many authors dream of not only writing a book, but getting published with a mainstream publisher so they can share their message with a larger audience and have a bigger reach. In this course, we hope...


How to Write a Well-Written Story

Every woman has a story, but how we write that story makes all the difference in how it impacts the reader. In this teaching, Tracie Miles will unpack the winning submission from our summer storytelling challenge, and share...


How to Write Your Memoir in Eight Simple Steps

Are you interested in telling your story? Have an inspirational message to share through events in your life? Want to show others the incredible work God has done in your life? Author KariAnne Wood shows you how with...


Getting Your Story on Paper, Part 2

In the  Part 1 teaching of Getting Your Story on Paper, Tracie Miles shared why we are all called to tell our stories, why we don’t share them, and some do’s and don’ts of storytelling.


Getting Your Story on Paper, Part 1

Every believer has a story, but how do we tell our stories in a way that will stand out from the crowd and spark a burning desire for God in the reader’s heart? And how do we gain...


Conversation with Julie Barnhill

Today we welcome Julie Barnhill as our guest. Julie is the author of 11 books and an international speaker. She’s well-known for her humorous take on parenting, but has also written on general faith and finance topics.


Finding a Theme for Your Novel

At COMPEL Training, we focus on nonfiction writing. But we have much to learn from fiction writers about bringing life to the page. In this lesson, we are sharing a message from fiction author Susan May Warren about...


The Recipe for Great Writing

Writers want their words to impact lives, so like any great chef, a writer will include a few special ingredients to add distinguishable flavor for a memorable experience. That’s what writers want to give their readers — something...



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