Maggie's Journey


Angela Breidenbach

Angie's Place

Tackle Time Tyranny

“I can’t squeeze one more minute out of the day.” Is that really true? Often I hear how impressive it is when someone who seems to be a productivity superpower stands out. She appears to get more done than the average person and seems to do that on a regular basis. We all have the same time available, right? 

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Loree Lough

Loree's Lough Down

Keep the Wolf from the Door

A few months ago, while attending an international publishing convention at a New York conference center, I overheard an ugly rumor: Publishers are using authors’ productivity and prolificacy against them. “Can’t commit to a multibook contract with a writer who isn’t loyal,” said one voice. 

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Caroline Friday

At the Movies


At the recent ICRS convention in Atlanta, I was blessed with the opportunity to get a sneak peak at the Kendrick brothers’ newest film, Courageous, which opens nationwide September 30. It is an ensemble picture, featuring four law enforcement officers in a small Southern town who struggle with the responsibility of fatherhood. 

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Dry As Rain by Gina Holmes

How NOT To Get Published

Thomas Smith

The Big Three

If you write long enough, be ready to answer three questions. They come up at cocktail parties, church, PTA meetings, the doctor’s office (even during the turn your head and cough part of the examination . . . you don’t want to know), the dentist’s chair, choir practice, the grocery store, during interviews, and with friends at those little round tables at the coffee shop. They are questions you really should examine in some detail, because they also form the core of who you are (or will be) as a writer. They are The Big Three.

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