All posts tagged Twitter

Community/Communing/Communicating

By Henry Martin Authors, writers, creators are we. Living in this time-set, 2013; the here and now. We have found one another in the dimensions of the internet referred to as Social Media. We are as varied as the stars, but yet in one accord as Facebook friends and tweeting birds (that’s very pinteresting). We […]

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My Monster

Guest Blogs for Mary E. Twomey, author of Saga of the Spheres. Writing is a strange monster. Gorgeous, unpredictable, terrifying, and precious. One moment you love what you’re into, the next you’re swearing you should scrap it all and declare yourself an illiterate just so expectations can be lowered. Learning to spell your […]

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The Importance of Reviews

By Susette Williams While the most common thought of using a review would be to help a customer decide whether or not to buy a product, there are other reasons for leaving a review as well. Believe it or not, writing can be a very discouraging profession. More often than not, people tend […]

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The Treasure Seeker: Finding Love and Value in the Arms of Your Loving

The Treasure Seeker: Finding Love and Value in the Arms of Your Loving Heavenly Father was written to encourage and equip women who are either seeking God or who want to grow closer to God & Christ. At the heart of the book is the concept that we are a valuable treasure and […]

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Marketing to Readers vs Networking with Authors

By Karen Baney As an author, I’m faced daily with the challenge of reaching out to quality readers. But, like many authors, especially in the early days of my book marketing, I found myself marketing to authors and not readers. This is fine if your book is for authors. If it isn’t, then […]

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Have you ever felt God calling you to do the impossible?

by Heather Hart I had that happen recently. God is constantly bringing me writing opportunities, some, He tells me about just to have me turn down – He has to teach me how to say no. Others, He brings me seem impossible, but He calls me to trust. The latest assignment He gave […]

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PART OF THE PROBLEM OR PART OF THE SOLUTION

by Lillian Duncan My writing journey has been a long and twisted path—and I made some wrong turns along the way. But God has been with me every step of the way and He has made a way in spite of my wrong turns. I didn’t start writing until I was forty. For […]

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Happy Birthday GNFA!!

Send to Kindle It’s amazing to look back at all the accomplishments that we’ve had in a year. It’s amazing that what started with a handful of authors wanting to get together with one vision, working together to provide quality Christian books to the readers and support Christian authors throughout their careers, it’s now close to 200 […]

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Interview with Sharon Srock

Welcome to Grace & Faith for you Sharon. When did you first discover that you were a writer? Believe it or not, I went to bed one night, a normal person, and woke up the next morning determined to write a book. I know, now, where that came from. It was more than […]

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Understanding Partnership

By Sharon Srock Jeremiah 17:5-8 (NLT) 5 This is what the Lord says: “Cursed are those who put their trust in mere humans, who rely on human strength and turn their hearts away from the Lord. 6 They are like stunted shrubs in the desert, with no hope for the future. They will live in […]

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