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  • Step Six in our Journey
    I hope you’ve been enjoying our journey to show how I developed my character of Moby Dick’s Captain Ahab’s “young girl-wife.” Here’s the next installment. To best show Hannah’s conflicts, I chose a limited omniscience, third person point of view. … Continue reading →
  • Some Things New
    It’s always exciting to have a new book out. Even more fun when you have two new books out in one month. This month, I’m excited to announce the release of two men Christian romantic suspense novellas. Love’s Deadly Secrets, … Continue reading →
  • Blue Lake Christian Writer’s Retreat
    Our own Marilyn Turk is helping organize this year’s Blue Lake Christian Writer’s Retreat. Many readers are also writers, or considering writing.  Registration is open.  You’ll find the information you need below:    
  • Introducing Guest Author Dani Pettrey
    Welcome, Dani. Thank you so much for joining us today. How did you get started writing: I have always loved daydreaming and making up stories. I dabbled with creative writing growing up, but set it aside. A good number of years … Continue reading →
  • A Prayer for the Blank Page
    by Jim Denney “Almighty God, bestow upon us the meaning of words, the light of understanding, the nobility of diction, and the faith of the true nature. And grant that what we believe, we may also speak.” —Hilary of Poitiers (A.D. … Continue reading →
  • Do You Like Where You Live and Why?
    Lyn Cote here-I know that’s not a question people ask you directly but many times they ask it indirectly with comments, intimating that they wouldn’t want to live where you do! ‘-) I live in the far northwoods of Wisconsin. … Continue reading →
  • New Release: Hunted by Margaret Daley—Interview with the Hero
    New Release: Hunted by Margaret Daley—Interview with the Hero Luke Michaels, tell me the most interesting thing about you. I don’t know if it’s necessarily interesting, but I love working with animals from the horses I own to my German … Continue reading →
  • A Passion (by Hannah Alexander)
    Last week I was working my way through a mountain of documents and paperwork, tired of the whole thing and wishing I could just burn it all. Tax documents? Who cares. Yeah, yeah, I know, the minute I throw something … Continue reading →
  • What Is Your Story? by Tara Randel
    At my church, we’ve been talking about story. What is it? How does it apply to our lives? The fact is, everyone has a story. As a writer, this topic falls right into my wheelhouse. I love coming up with … Continue reading →
  • I Get By with a little Help from my Friends.
    By Marilyn Turk A writer’s life can be lonely and isolated – separated from the activities of the world outside his or her office. However, the isolation is a choice dictated by the profession, a condition under which the writer … Continue reading →
  • Step Five in Our Journey
    What kind of woman would Captain Ahab fall in love with? Ahab would not be Ahab if he fell in love with a typical Victorian woman. But to figure out what sort of woman he would choose, we must look … Continue reading →
  • Put a little humor into it…
    hi I love to laugh. Most of us do. With so many serious things happening in the world around us, I think it’s important to find ways to put laughter into each day of our lives. So what makes you laugh? … Continue reading →
  • Editing and Being Humbled
    by Nancy J. Farrier   Have you ever worked hard to make something only to have others find fault? For instance, if you spend hours cooking a meal from a new recipe and your family sits there looking at the … Continue reading →

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