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Writing Tips: Watch What You Write

by Suzanne D. Williams It isn’t enough to write a book. I must write it well, and “writing well” means watching what I write by choosing each word carefully. I look back at when I started and would change so much of what I produced. Glib to be writing at all, I paid […]

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Excerpt of “Plantation Restored”

by BJ Robinson The third and last novel in the Azalea Plantation Series will be released soon. Here is a sneak preview of Plantation Restored. If you enjoy historical romance novels with the same characters, don’t miss Siege of Azalea Plantation, Azalea Plantation, and Plantation Restored. Lexie stood at the balcony railing with […]

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Writers Need Writers

by Ruth O’Neil Behind every good writer is a group of writers. Yes, you read that correctly, writers, not necessarily readers, although we need them too. I have been a writer for more than 20 years. I have known a lot of wanna-be writers. We all know them. When people hear you are […]

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Crafting a Great Romance

by Staci Stallings I love romance. I love to watch people fall in love… not lust. Love. And there’s a difference. When people fall in lust, they are attracted to a body–a temporary entity. They expend a lot of energy trying to impress the other person. They might go out on dates, give […]

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AT YOUR AGE?

by Ada Brownell Some people probably wonder why I’m still writing. I’m no sleek new creation and I’m a high mileage model. What high mileage means is most of my life when my feet hit the floor in the morning I kept going until night. Sometimes when we had small children or they […]

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Know Your Audience

by Suzanne D. Williams One of the biggest mistakes I see writers make is not first considering who they’re writing for. By way of example, I’ve written everything from young adult stories to historicals to romantic suspense. Each of these genres appeals to a different type of audience and requires a slightly different […]

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Quality Writing by Ruth O’Neil

Psalm 66:1 says, “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands.” That statement is repeated many times throughout the scriptures. If I had a list of misapplied verses, it would probably be a pretty long list, and that one would have a prominent place on it. We usually interpret “make a […]

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How to Write a Novella by Suzanne D. Williams

I have made my writing career on novellas and short stories. By definition, this is any book less than 40,000 words. To date, I have seventy in publication written in a four year time span. So to say I know how to write one is putting it mildly. I recently read the words […]

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Finding Inspiration by Ruth O’Neil

Inspiration for writing. Where does it come from? In a word – everywhere. It isn’t just one place. For me, ideas for books are definitely conglomerates. A typical day for me might look similar to this: My husband tells me I give too much information when I talk. He doesn’t need all the […]

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What to Consider Before Writing for the General Market by Precarious Yates

Is it possible to be a Christian author writing for the general market? Yes, and I would say it’s incredibly necessary. The general market needs books that have a Christian worldview. This isn’t a simple task. One needs to have thick skin, clear vision and plenty of time in prayer and reading God’s […]

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