WRITERS CONNECT: Eva Marie Everson

I knew about Eva Marie Everson long before we became acquainted this past May. Of course, that’s to be expected since she’s served on the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference faculty for as long as I’ve attended. I’m struck by Eva’s willingness to sacrifice some of her own writing desires in order to assist […]

WRITERS CONNECT: Ramona Richards

I’ve been familiar with the name, Ramona Richards, for years. Recognizing someone’s name, however, differs from meeting in person, which became a reality this past May. I enjoyed conversing with Ramona face-to-face at the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference. God planned our meeting long ago, and I’m so glad He did. When I met with […]


This past May, I was privileged to meet Cynthia Ruchti at the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference. After attending one of her classes, meeting with her one-on-one, and interacting at conference gatherings, I’m convinced Cynthia is a lovely lady with a heart for the Lord. It’s my pleasure to introduce her to you. Please […]


Bethany Jett strikes me as a good-hearted, kind person with a fun personality. She brightens the atmosphere with her sparkling eyes and ready smile. All of this—plus her love for Jesus as well as her success in the writing industry—increases my interest in getting to know her. Please join me in welcoming Bethany Jett, award-winning […]


Edie Melson shines the love of Christ, and she expresses her heart for people in many ways. I don’t know her well, but she has impressed me through our brief interactions and my observations over the past 10+ years. God’s activity in Edie’s life inspires me. At one of my first Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conferences, […]


Blythe Daniel remembers my name. I always admire people with this skill because many don’t possess it—including myself. She recalls who you are, which counts as a huge plus in the world of Christian writing. It’s easy to feel unnoticed or even invisible in this industry, but with Blythe, you feel as if you made a […]

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