full scholarship to a conference. This year, for the 5th annual Promising Beginnings contest, I offered a choice between two options: Full scholarship to the 2017 Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference, including meals and economy lodging or Full scholarship to the 2017 SoCal Christian Writers’ Conference, including meals and dorm lodging plus reimbursement of travel […]
If you’ve never attended the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference but always wanted to go, I have exciting news for you! Mount Hermon is running a First-Timers Contest for the 2017 conference. Ten winners will each receive a full scholarship, including economy lodging and conference meals. There is NO FEE to enter this contest. It is open […]
Discouragement is a common problem in the world of writing for publication. You get a great idea for a book, but when you tell your family and friends about it, they’re not as enthusiastic as you’d hoped. You start working on it anyway, but you keep running into problems like distractions, writers’ block, a too-busy […]
A warm welcome to my guest blogger, Ben Wolf, author of Blood for Blood and I’d Punch a Lion in His Eye for You.
This week I am thrilled to introduce you to my Virtual Assistant, Joanne Reese. I’ve known Joanne for several years through the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference. We connected again at last year’s PENCON, and when I mentioned to her that I needed a new assistant, she offered her services. She’s been working with […]
A warm welcome to my guest blogger, Aaron D. Gansky, author of The Bargain, The Blood Sword: A Hand of Adonai, Firsts in Fiction, and Write to be Heard.
If you read my previous blogs about the Orange County Christian Writers’ Conference, you know that I very nearly cancelled this year’s conference … but that I’m really glad I didn’t, because God did such amazing things there.
A warm welcome to my guest blogger, Janet Sketchley, a contributing author to 21 Days of Joy: Stories that Celebrate Mom.