I received almost 100 entries in my Promising Beginnings contest. It was very difficult choosing just one winner among all the wonderful submissions. But after a lot of prayerful consideration, I finally selected one.
A warm welcome to my guest blogger this week, Michelle René Arch, who understands the arduous journey we take as writers.
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.
A warm welcome to my guest blogger, Lynn Kinnaman, a contributing author to 21 Days of Christmas: Stories that Celebrate God’s Greatest Gift. She wrote “A Present Hope.” Find out why she used to get in trouble during recess.
I had my first radio interview for 21 Days of Christmas last month. The hostess asked the questions my publicist had sent her, so I was prepared with answers. But toward the end of the session, she asked a question I wasn’t expecting. “With so many Christmas books out there, why this one? What makes […]
For the past three years, I have held a Promising Beginnings contest, in which the prize was a full scholarship to the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference. Last year, there were two winners. Sheila Seiler Lagrand was one of them. Enjoy her guest post today, and see why I love offering this contest! If you want to […]
Summer Robidoux, contributing author to 21 Days of Christmas: Stories that Celebrate God’s Greatest Gift, was hooked after writing her first chapter five years ago. Her story, “A Violet Christmas,” is included the second book in the Fiction Lover’s Devotional series.
I had the delight of catching up with Jan Cline at ACFW recently. Jan contributed a chapter to 21 Days of Christmas: Stories that Celebrate God’s Greatest Gift, the second book in the Fiction Lover’s Devotional series. Thanks so much for doing this interview for my blog, Jan!