WRITERS’ CLINIC: 4 Ways to Take Care of Yourself

Dear Christian Writer Friends, If you’re pursuing traditional publishing like me, it’s easy to get sucked into the numbers game and the ever increasing demand for celebrity status. You can push and push yourself to “succeed” until one day you realize you’re exhausted with little left to give. Since you’ve placed almost everything into acquiring […]

WRITERS’ CLINIC: 3 Ways to Grow on Twitter

“Jesus said to them, ‘Follow Me, and I will make you … fishers of men.’” Mark 1:17, NASB Dear Christian Writer Friends, God has blessed my platform on Twitter—He is so good! Since August 2016, my followers have increased from 915 to 5,846 … that’s almost 5,000 people, y’all. This growth began after I met […]

WRITERS’ CLINIC: Mistakes Made & Lessons Learned

Dear Christian Writer Friends, It’s amazing to look back over the past 13+ years and consider my writing journey. I didn’t realize when I put pencil to paper where God would guide my steps. The doors He would open … and close. The joys and doubts that would accompany me. The Lord’s plans have exceeded […]

WRITERS’ CLINIC: Five Ways to Increase Your Impact

“If you utter worthy, not worthless, words, you will be my spokesman.” Jeremiah 15:9, NIV Dear Christian Writer Friends, We write because we want to make an impact. We yearn to make a difference in people’s lives. It’s easy to lose sight of this goal in the midst of trying to grow a platform, interest […]

WRITERS’ CLINIC: Called to Write?

“For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” Ephesians 2:10, NASB Dear Christian Writer Friend, I have. Oh my, have I ever. When I’ve experienced negative fallout like marital tensions or family difficulties because of writing commitments, my mind has wandered down […]

WRITERS’ CLINIC: Writer Steps

Dear Christian Writer Friend, WRITER STEP #1: Establish a Prayer Team Five years ago, I composed a Facebook message that I sent to several godly women. I explained my desire to form a prayer team and invited them to participate. Details about what this entailed were included in my invitation. I requested a one year […]

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