Recent Posts: Southern Christian Writers
A writing conference is not a good place to sell books unless it is held in a facility where the public frequents, such as a coffee shop, library, mall, or public building. This conference did not do that, hence low sales for everyone. The purpose of a writers’ conference, as I see it, is to […]
King Solomon saw Jeroboam was a good worker and a man of valor. He summoned him to Jerusalem to make him ruler over the house of Joseph. But Solomon wasn’t the only king interested in Jeroboam. After receiving his promotion from Solomon, the prophet Ahijah met him privately with a message from the king of kings. Solomon […]
Mysterion is looking for speculative stories–science fiction, fantasy, horror–with Christian themes, characters, or cosmology. Fiction submissions are open through January 31, 2020. Stories can be up to 9000 words. They pay 8 cents/word for original stories and 4 cents/word for reprints. They are seeking 6 months’ exclusive worldwide publication rights for original works (with exceptions for […]
Like a car without gas, you won’t have writing success without setting goals.
The Gospel Book Store and Southern Christian Writers’ are sponsoring two “Author Extravaganzas” in 2020. We chose dates that receive a high volume of traffic at the bookstore. If you are interested in participating save these dates: April 11, 2020 (the day before Easter) and December 19, 2020 (the week before Christmas). No charge for […]