September 27, 2022Guest Blogby Mary Garner I’ve found that as a writer, I have the power to reach people and touch their lives with the words that I write. See, artists touch people through their paintings. Musicians touch people through their music. Preachers touch people through their sermons. And speakers touch people through their words.… Read More Sharing Christ Through Writing
by Kathy GerstorffPhoto by Drew Dizzy Graham on Unsplash I could write a book on what I learned by attending the Taylor University Professional Writers’ Conference. It was one of the best writing conferences I have attended. It felt intimate. I didn’t feel lost in the crowd like I normally do at conferences. My favorite… Read More Do You Get Writer’s Blues?
somehow this inspired me to ponder upon the construction of creativity, that is, stories, blogs, essays, etc.… Read More The Construction of Creativity
I knew I had the gift of writing, but I didn’t know the craft of writing. BIG difference. Only after attending numerous workshops at writers’ conferences (hint, hint) did I understand how much I had to learn. The craft of writing includes editing, show/don’t tell, deep point of view, creating dialogue, and so much more. I would never have become an award-winning author without learning and growing in the craft of writing.… Read More Lessons Learned on the Journey
Putting yourself out there is difficult for everyone. We all shy away from feelings of vulnerability and potential failure.… Read More How To Get The Most From an In-Person Writer’s Conference
bs, and that we have shelter and food. But do we always remember to thank Him for the somewhat “smaller” things?… Read More Thanking God for the and the Small Things