Someone To Blame


Yolanda M. Johnson-Bryant

Publicity - Everyone Needs It

Start Planning Now

If you haven’t already, now is the time to start planning your spring and summer marketing strategies and campaigns. Whether you are marketing an old product or a new one, the spring and summer seasons resonates freshness. Check with your local libraries for author events and... 

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Kristin Billerbeck

ACFW Happenings

American Christian Fiction Writers’ Conference

Writing is a lonely sport. Before the Internet, one can only imagine how lonely it was to spend the day plucking away at the keys. Today with the advent of Facebook, e-mail, and Skype, we have the ability to connect with our fellow writers, to brainstorm over the Internet, and send full... 

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Track Changes - One Editor's POV

Ramona Richards

Winking in the Dark: The 40 Percent Solution Part 1

Christine Bolley and Cheryl Wray changed my career forever with two simple bits of advice. And lest you think the workshops at smaller conferences aren’t as insightful, I heard both the same weekend, at the Southern Christian Writers Conference, which is held every June in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Their advice stunned me—and kicked my butt into gear.

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Terry Burns

Heard It Thru Hartline

Answers From The Agent

The Nefarious e-Book Situation

I just came from the Writing for the Soul Conference in Denver. It’s always an awesome conference, although attendance was down a little this year, probably because of rising costs. Thanks, Washington. At the conference, several agents and editors sat around and talked about changes in the industry, which of course centered on the...

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Wanda Dyson

Conference Corner

March Conference Corner

When I was growing up, my grandfather used to say, “If you don’t like the weather in DC, wait a minute.” I’ve discovered that a lot of cities say that, but in my experience, it’s especially true of the DC area. A few days ago, it was nearly 70 degrees outside. Today, there is snow on the ground. The weather isn’t the only thing...

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