Broken by Travis Thrasher

Life-Transforming Fiction

Genres That Change Lives, Part 2

Dave Meigs

As a youth minister and writer, I pay close attention to what teens are reading. In recent years, blockbuster hits such as Harry Potter and Twilight have exploded onto the scene, drawing teenage fans by the millions, from all walks of life, including Christian youth.

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Diary Of A Crazy Writer

Mistaken Identity

Deborah Anderson

Have you ever discovered that you’re not who you thought you were?

I did recently, and let me tell you, it can be a frightening experience.

Several months ago, I received an...

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Rachel Hauck

Rachel Hauck

Dodging Raindrops - Be A Voice Not An Echo

I’m taking a break from social media this summer. I’m not Twittering. I’m on only Facebook to see family pictures or cheer on a writer who submitted a manuscript! But I don’t feel compelled to join any conversation. Or begin any myself.

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Quantum Marketing

Interview With Randy Ingermanson  - Part II

jim Rubart

Authors are continually told to do more marketing for their fiction, but over and over I hear that most marketing by most authors seems to be fruitless. Why is that and what can...

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Character Therapy

Character Stereotypes: The Cynic

Jeannie Campbell

Main Entry: cyn•ic
Pronunciation: \ˈsi-nik\
1 : a faultfinding captious critic; especially: one who believes that human conduct is...

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