While nonfiction is probably the most direct way of addressing issues of importance, my personal preference, for both reading and writing, uses fiction as the vehicle. Recently I read a book called Then She Was Born, written by Cristiano Gentili and translated into English by Lori Hetherington. I am often asked to review books,
There are plenty of important issues in our world these days with expertise and opinions floating around about them on TV, radio, the internet, books, and magazines. From the state of U.S. politics to the moral climate of Canada, most Christian writers probably have opinions about these things. I know I do. Most of the
I have had the privilege of helping other writers through my role with InScribe Christian Writers’ Fellowship. It is an opportunity to give back to writers who have poured their time, wisdom, and encouragement into my life. Can you take a moment to help a wannabe writer by using one of these three ideas below?
There will never be a lack of things to write about. Life is full of ideas, issues, concerns and truths to keep me going forever. What do I focus on in my writing? What should I focus on? I don’t know how it works for you, but I often find myself working through personal issues
Are you a writer or a seller, a book creator or a marketer? Which of these modes takes precedence in your lifestyle? Do we get to pick? While we have to be both, one must take precedence over the other. Personally, I hate being squished into a tiny three-foot space. I thoroughly dislike looking like