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Deep breath, hit send. Fly baby, fly.

I might as well be standing outside naked–in a public park surrounded by people staring at me. That’s how exposed I feel right now. Today is it. 280 more words

Writing

Wisdom from a Conference (and the Word)

I attended St. Davids Christian Writers Conference last week in Grove City, PA. Every morning (bright and early at 7:30) we had chapel. It’s a simple set-up and anyone who is interested pitches in to help with music, prayer and a sermon. 597 more words

Life And Happiness

Agent Do's & Dont's

Literary agents play an important role in your writing journey. They’re a vital asset in helping you achieve your goals.

However, a lot of first time writers have a misconception on exactly what a literary agent does and doesn’t do. 734 more words

Beginning Writers

Paris and Back

I’m back from ten days in Paris with my husband and a Montana granddaughter. We saw all the sights. The Eiffel Tower at night from a river cruise… 612 more words

Mala Burt

"We are Historical Novelists, Fiction is our Game": The Poem that opened the conference #HNSDenver2015

I got so many requests for this, I agreed to put it up. Again, apologies to all true poets. The spirit of Walter McGonagal lives on! 163 more words

Preparation for Information and Inspiration

Francesca considers the preparation needed to get the best out of writing events.

July is fast approaching, a time for me that is busy with writing related trips away. 723 more words

Conversations With A Self-Publishing Writer: 6/26/15

WRITING CONFERENCES IV

Two weeks ago I mentioned the writer’s natural ability to fly—to write—as compared to the birds of the air having the natural ability and motivation to take-wing and soar.  756 more words

Conversations With A Self-Publishing Writer