Now we can rest!

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Our culture is anything but a culture of rest. We work hard and push ourselves to the limit with our work and our play. As motivation, we fix our eyes on one whole week each year when we might be able to take a break and go on vacation. It…

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Which type of writer are you?

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In preparation for the Write-to-Publish conference, I visited the Web sites of several publishers that were to be in attendance there. An editor from Pray! magazine (also representing its sister-publication Discipleship Journal) was on the schedule, so I visited the site to review its submission guidelines. This is how the…

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How do you ‘Learn the Craft’?

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Tell me, how do you learn the craft?  It’s easier than I thought. And more difficult. Learning the craft of writing requires my whole heart. That’s simple, but it’s not easy. I just attended the Write-to-Publish conference in Wheaton, Illinois. It was fabulously intense, challenging, and motivating. One of the guest speakers was…

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Scratching Upon the Walls

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Why I Write For some time now I have wrestled with my writing. Not merely to get the words out and on the page, but I have also wrestled whether or not the words should be there at all. I have wondered if the world needed yet another person’s scribblings…

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