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Resources for spiritual writers, including in-person and online writing conferences; topics: how to write, market, and get published
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ANNE LAMOTT Dec 8
Recommend you sit down at computer and just try to TELL me the last chapter, without trying to make it impressive. As a first grader told me in a writing class, just do the saying part. You can always fluff it up later.
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(in)courage Dec 8
Treasure is not the bling or the bauble we may buy or crave during this “gift-giving” season. It’s not even our basic needs: shelter and food. . Our greatest treasure is God’s power within us. . It’s a lesson worth considering during this glittering seas…
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Writing 4 Your Life Dec 8
Author and freelance editor shares how she got started with
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Mark Schaefer Dec 7
Four options to transcend the social media clutter. Pick one and do the work.
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Kaitlin Curtice Nov 26
There was no room in the inn. There was tear gas at the wall. There was oil in the water. There were missionaries invading. There was no justice for the poor. We live in a world of neighbor denying neighbor. May we work to change that.
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Lee & Low Books Dec 7
Calling All Publishers and Agents: Join Us for Diversity Baseline Survey 2.0
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Lasonia G | A Lifestyle Blog Dec 6
Work hard in silence. Let success make the noise.
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Stage Partners Dec 6
✨📸✨ to this spectacular production of ’s A WRINKLE IN TIME at ! Photographer Karen Almond did an amazing job capturing the magic of this show— check out the pics and then read the script for FREE:
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Publishing in Color Dec 6
CEO Greg Johnson of offers advice for new writers
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Writing 4 Your Life Dec 6
CEO Leticia Gomez from Savvy Literary Services offers advice for new writers
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Ryan | SpiritualParent.org Dec 5
"We need to learn how Christian faith has embedded in various cultures over the past 2000 years, & I think we need to make choices about which examples we would like to emulate and which examples we would like to avoid." —
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Jessica Mesman Dec 4
It’s hard to talk about the darkness. It’s hard to be vulnerable to the darkest parts of ourselves, the things we’d rather not mention, the things we’d prefer to ignore. But we all have those dark places–every single one of us.
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Writing 4 Your Life Dec 5
Let Go ... of self-defeating stories ... of yesterday's injuries ... of the side of the pool ... of the result ... when it's time -
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Sarah Arthur Dec 4
"A Window Rippled With Imperfections": Thoughtful reflections from on my book about 's spiritual legacy. Thank you!
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theChristianCentury Dec 4
If were your secret Santa, here's what you'd be getting.
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Good News Magazine Dec 4
In her biography of , Sarah Arthur deftly balances both the beauty along with the imperfections of L'Engle's life.
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Tim Beals Dec 3
Check out these nuggets in "What big data can tell us about how a book becomes a bestseller" via
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Skinner House Books Dec 4
If you have not checked out 's books on the spiritual practice of writing, you're missing out on a great coach and inspiration! Writing the Sacred Journey and Living Revision are great for rejuvenating your writing practice
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Writing 4 Your Life Dec 4
Keith Finnegan, Digital Marketing Director at offers advice for new author platforms
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