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Author Video Interview–: Writing Tips

by Lisa M. Prysock Hello Grace and Faith for You family!  This interview quickly covers topics concerning beta readers, proofreaders, editors, and book covers.  I hope you will find the information useful and helpful to you on your writing and reading journey.    I can’t stress enough about how important it is to find […]

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Four steps for avoiding the pitfalls we face while writing with clarity and brevity

by Precarious Yates The secret to good writing is to write with both brevity and clarity. Along the road to this combination are a number of pitfalls to avoid. At the same time, there are myriad ways to achieve the goal. This clarity and brevity combo doesn’t mean that everything has to sound […]

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The Thinnest Thread

by Staci Stallings I think people who don’t write have a notion about how the process goes.  They think that a writer gets an idea, mostly fully formed, then they sit down and plot the book out, crafting all the twists and turns on paper before they ever start writing.  The writing is of course an idyllic […]

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Video Author Interview about Writing

by Lisa M. Prysock Hello friends!  I hope you enjoy this short interview about writing.  I look forward to answering more of these fun questions!  Author Biography  Lisa M. Prysock is an award-winning, bestselling, Christian and inspirational author of more than 11 novels.  She was born in Minnesota; raised in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Ohio […]

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How Writing Hannah’s Civil Pirate Changed Me

by Joanna Emerson Have you ever read those verses in Proverbs about wisdom and understanding, and stopped to ask God for these? The word “dayclean” will forever be in my vocabulary after writing Hannah’s Civil Pirate. So will “trutemout,” “eish ‘tettuhs,” “buckruh,” and many others. These are Gullah words. The Gullah people live […]

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Writing What I Need to Know

by Precarious Yates There’s an old adage that says, “Write what you know.” While I understand the importance of this saying, I approach writing from a different paradigm. I write what I need to know. Many of the books I have written have taught me a lot. Last year, I released a book […]

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How Being Bullied Led Me to Become a Writer

by Patricia Bell Growing up, I was not the prettiest or the most popular. As a matter of fact, I didn’t fit well into any group. I wasn’t athletic or particularly smart. I wasn’t a stoner or a nerd. I was mostly out of place. I had very little self-esteem and was picked […]

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2nd Annual So-Cal Christian Writers Conference

by Parker J. Cole Last year, I had the honor of being one of the faculty of the 1st So-Cal Christian Writers Conference. I’ll be joining the faculty again this year and I’m so excited. As I get more information, I’ll share it with you.   In order to prepare for this year, I thought […]

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Back to Basics

by Suzanne D. Williams I wrote a post last month where I lamented my inability to read without editing the material. Rather than be complaisant and continue on as I am, though, I decided to, at least, put forth the effort to overcome my problem. Alas . . . do authors still say “alas?” . . […]

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A Glimpse of Heaven

by Parker J. Cole There was a YouTube video going around about a year or so ago. It showed an all Korean choir singing Richard Smallwood’s classic song, “Total Praise.” Largely attributed as part of the black gospel choir circuit, the buzz about how well this all Korean choir sounded had everyone viewing […]

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