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Comparison: When Others Move Ahead

+Jeanne Takenaka @JeanneTakenaka

There’s something special about gathering with a big group of people who share a common dream. Attending the American Christian Fiction Writer’s (ACFW) national conference in Nashville this year was such a refreshing, uplifting experience (just don’t ask how much sleep I got). 639 more words

Jeanne Takenaka

5 Outsider Observations about the 2016 ACFW Conference

Here’s the deal. I write non-fiction. For those of you who slept through Language Arts, or are accountants, that means I write about things based on facts, real events, and real people. 1,387 more words

Stepping Out of My Comfort Zone

By Tammy Trail

This month’s topic is Everything you ever wanted to know about writing conferences. While I don’t have a vast amount of knowledge, I can share my experiences about the conferences I have attended. 588 more words

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Choosing the Right Writers' Conference

by Karen Jurgens

What is the benefit of a large writers’ conference versus a small one? Understanding which kind best meets your needs can make all the difference. 491 more words

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Wonderful Writerly News

“You’re not allowed to cry, mom!” Chase stares at my face intently as I listen to the phone message that arrived while we were out that evening. 579 more words

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A Novice at a Writers Conference

You barely know what you’re doing. Walking up to the front desk or table, you sign in. Someone hands you a few things you’re too nervous to look at, including a name badge that you promptly drop. 728 more words

Betty Thomason Owens

Let's Talk About Writing — Conferences, Workshops, Writing Groups

One of the best ways to grow as a writer is to attend writerly events. I’m thinking specifically of conferences, workshops and writing groups.

Conferences are places to network with people with the same passion for words that you possess. 557 more words

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