My colleague Bethany Kaczmarek is conducting a blog tour with writers and editors. Each one answers the same four questions: 1. What am I working on? 2. How does my work differ from others of its genre? 3. Why do I write what I do? 4. How does my writing process work?
Posts by Jenne Acevedo:
I asked the winner of my Promising Beginnings contest, Rebecca Bruner to share her thoughts about winning the contest. “Part One” of her report can be found here. This is “Part Two” about some of her experiences at the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference, for which she won a full scholarship.
I asked the winner of my Promising Beginnings contest, Rebecca Bruner to share her thoughts about winning the contest and some of her experiences at the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference, for which she won a full scholarship. Here’s “Part One” of her report.
There are tremendous benefits to attending a writer’s conference. Last week I shared a few of those benefits. If you want to attend a writers’ conference, here are a few “survival tips.”
I just got back from a week at the Mount Hermon Christian Writers’ Conference in the redwoods of Northern California. This was my fourteenth time there—I attended five years as a conferee (starting in 1998), then served seven years as a member of the manuscript critique team (five of those years I also led a […]
“You shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” Acts 1:8 (NKJV) Have you ever read an article, book, or story that really touched your heart? Did you ever think […]
Oh, what a difference a little two-letter preposition makes! In last week’s blog, I pondered how Christians can respond when “life” interrupts our plans and dreams. I wrote, “The Bible says we are to rejoice always and give thanks for everything (1 Thessalonians 5:16–18).” But that’s not quite right. That Scripture verse says we are […]
We all have cherished dreams and goals. We make detailed plans and then put in the time, effort, and sometimes money to make them happen, with the expectation that our plans will enable us to achieve our goals and realize our dreams. And then life happens.