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Being Courageous ≠ Feeling Courageous

Courage is not a feeling; courage is a choice, an act of your will to do something that is contrary to how you feel, often in spite of your fears.

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Christian Living

Welcome, Ginger Solomon!

I enjoyed Ginger’s visit so much in March, I invited her to drop by again! Just in time for her new release. But first, she has something on her heart she wants to share.  654 more words

Christian Fiction

April Reading: The Oath/That Hideous Strength

I read a lot of things this month–started quite a few anyway. I only finished three books, one of which was not (technically) on my… 760 more words


Writing Fantasy || Premise 3 - Logline

A logline is an extended premise sentence. It tells your readers more about your story. Your one-sentence premise catches their attention and the logline gets them hooked. 295 more words


Writing Fantasy || Premise 2 - Plot Twists

As you write your fantasy novel’s premise, look for unexpected ways to fill in the plot. These are commonly known as the ‘What If’ 359 more words


Guest Post by Sally Meadows

Today I’m very happy to introduce you all to a fellow author, Sally Meadows. It’s an honour to share some of her story with you. 1,140 more words


The Book of Nature and Its Proper Use

In my reading of Spurgeon recently, I was reminded of something I briefly blogged on a few years ago: the idea of “two books” from God, one of which is the “book of nature.” 670 more words

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