Recent Posts: Southern Christian Writers
by Dawn Campo Thankfulness is not a once a year novelty. Prayers are said, thankfulness is expressed and we celebrate God’s blessings once again on Thanksgiving Day. On this day it is relatively easy to conjure up these warm feelings in our heart. Isn’t that the whole point of the day? I mean, it isn’t […]
Erica Spindler, New York Times and International best-selling author, addresses the Southern Christian Writers Guild about the importance of setting.
By Jamie Tisler One of my earliest recollections of “love” was when I was in first grade. My twin sister Amy had a boyfriend named Wade Letterman. Each morning when momma dropped us off at school Wade would be there waiting for her, sometimes even holding flowers or a gift for her. They were inseparable […]
Writers Devotion by Rebecca Willman Gernon, author of Amy Signs The Lord’s Prayer, Matthew 6:9-13 Many people contact their best friends or family members on a daily basis, sharing what’s happening in their life, listening to the other person’s good news and/or problems, and indulging in idle chit-chat. These calls may last a few minutes […]
I should have this cartoon framed and hung over my desk to remind me where I receive guidance and encouragement. Writer’s slump is not the same as writer’s block. If you are suffering from writer’s block, you have written much of your book, play or article, and suddenly are stymied and have no idea how […]