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Enthusiasm

By  Staci Stallings Ever since reading The Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning, I have been having a lot of fun.  Why?  Because I let go of “I have to. . .” and started letting God dictate what went on the schedule for any given day.  Let me tell you, that will open doors […]

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The Life of a Cowboy

By Staci Stallings One of the most interesting things I’ve witnessed as an author is that not only does each story have an internal story–what it’s about, who the characters are, what happens, but each story also has its own “life story.”  The story of how it came to be and its journey […]

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Writer’s Devotional

By Donna Clark Goodrich But they all alike began to make excuses (Luke 14:18). What’s Your Excuse for Not Writing?             I’d like to write but . . . We’ve all probably heard—and perhaps used—every excuse for not putting pen to paper, or hands to keyboards, after God has called us to write: […]

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Authors Share Their Funniest Stories P.3

By Beverly Nault This is part III of a post I started last month talking shop and having fun with published authors about their process. I know you’ll find their answers as interesting as I did. And when you’re finished, check out their books and blogs, especially if these excellent authors are new […]

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How Do You Revise or Edit Your Book?

By Susette Williams One thing I have come to realize is that not all indie authors have sought traditional publishing or gone the route of the traditional author in joining critique groups. Perhaps they didn’t realize that organized critique groups existed. Some have relied on friends, family members or on occasion they came […]

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Women Who Leave

Send to Kindle By Naomi Musch It seemed there had been a rash of it touching the edges of my world — women walking out on their families, their lives, their husbands and children. Not the kind of walking out that comes of being wounded and scarred by abuse, of someone fed up with distrust […]

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Dog Tags

By Heidi Glick When disabled ex-Marine Mark Graham reconnects with his best friend’s sister, he finds himself falling in love. But Beth Martindale’s presence is a constant reminder of events he’d rather forget. Mark wants to move forward, but the secrets surrounding her brother’s death as well as his own confinement to a […]

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Authors Share Their Funniest Stories

By Beverly Nault Ever wonder what it’s like backstage in an author’s “workshop?” Inside their brain…and if anything ever went a little off the rails? Me too! So I recently had some fun asking a few of my author friends two questions, and got some really interesting and amusing answers. (We had such […]

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Are You Wealthy?

By Donna Benson Being rich or wealthy is usually equated with money. However, money is not the greatest wealth we can achieve today. There are many people who are rich in money and poor in relationships, family, morals, and much more that affect our success in life. In a recent conversation with a […]

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Does the Bible Give Submission Advice? Yes!

By Kimberly Rae So you’re a writer. When you need advice about sending out submissions, or even about writing in general, you likely look to the internet, to writer blogs, to other writers. How about the Bible? Does the Bible have anything to say that will help us be better writers and submitters? […]

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