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Being There: Christians in the Arts

Steve Turner originally wanted to title his book Imagine: A Vision for Christians in the Arts as Being There. He states: “I was calling them [Christians] not to a particular strategy and definitely not to a special subculture, but to simply “be there” where it counts and create something different and challenging by staying faithful…

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Have a Mind to Work Nehemiah 4:6

2 Ideas For Better Concentration in Creativity

First…Many or One? Do you concentrate better with several projects going at once? Or, do you have better concentration while working on one thing at a time and completing it before moving on to the next project? Neither manner is wrong nor is one better than the other. But, not knowing which works best for…

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Writers Blogging #3: Finding Your Audience

Cheerful reminder: Because I believe in the need for writers who work at their craft (and I love free stuff – especially books!) I am giving away a FREE copy of James Scott Bell’s book, The Mental Game of Writing. If you sign up in any opt-in on my site before midnight of May 31,…

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9 Benefits to Blogging For Writers

Writers Blogging #2: 9 Benefits For Writers

Cheerful reminder: Because I believe in the need for writers who work at their craft (and I love free stuff – especially books!) I am giving away a FREE copy of James Scott Bell’s book, The Mental Game of Writing. If you sign up in any opt-in on my site before midnight of May 31,…

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People are your platform

Writers Blogging #1: Finding Your Why

Platform. Many writers think this when they hear the word platform – blech. And yet… Platform is simply the people you want to reach with your words. Click To Tweet Whether you write nonfiction, fiction, or for children, blogging can build your platform by reaching out to the people who are interested in your words…

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Writing Is A Mental Game – What You Can Do To Win

It’s a mental game writers are very aware of… We know we have the words inside – if we could just get them out. We know we could write a book – if we just had the time. We know our writing is as good as other similar books we’ve read – if we could…

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If You Want to Write For Kids, Get This Book

Yes! You Can Learn How to Write Children’s Books, Get Them Published, and Build a Successful Writing Career The title explains exactly what this book is about. Proof? I started using its strategies about a year ago. Earnings? about ten times the cost of the book. Nancy I. Sanders is a multi-published author. But, and…

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3 Ways to Use and Profit From the Christian Writers Market Guide

The Christian Writers Market Guide by Steve Laube is an invaluable tool for several reasons. I found 3 ways to use and profit from it. You can probably find more. What can you learn from the Christian Writers Market Guide? For straightforward, practical advice about writing publishable material, you can’t go wrong listening to Jerry…

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Increase Your Publishing Odds

  Recently, I heard the publishing business referred to as an odds game. The idea is that the more you submit, the higher your chances are of getting a piece published. So, I told God that the odds were against me. Am I not your partner in writing? You’re right, I said. The odds are…

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How To Stop Distracting Yourself From Writing

  Do you ever sit down to write, pick up your pen or get the page opened, jump up for your tea, remember you wanted to get a load of laundry going…   Here are two strategies to combat those distractions we create ourselves! A standing desk Background chatter Standing desk If you are piling…

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