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Giving Readers What They Want
People are creatures of habit, meaning that change isn’t always welcomed. In fact, most people resist change and want nothing to do with it. Don’t believe it? Consider the complaints every time Facebook revamps something. Your blog makeover is no different, so it pays to prepare your fans before the big reveal.Read More »
Hey everyone! I don’t know about you, but I sometimes like to travel the world with Google Maps or Google Earth and explore places that I otherwise would never have seen. Yesterday I was traversed the streets of Bangladesh, went and saw the Great Wall of China, took a detour through a small Mongolian community and was home in time for dinner! Thanks, technology and Google!
As I was exploring the earth, an idea flew by, and I caught it just in time! The idea: use Google Maps for writing prompts!
Hey everyone; I just wanted to recommend a great book by Anne Mazer and Ellen Potter called Spilling Ink. Spilling ink is a handbook for young writers. With awesome tips, tricks and activities it covers every subject from ‘Convincing Your Characters That They Are Alive’ (I don’t think many of us knew we needed to do […]
Hey everyone! Just wanted give you the link to the site posting the information about the workshop I’ll be interviewed at and the dates and times. I hope to see you there! Beth Mora’s Workshop: Dream Bigger Did you miss the last post about this? Check It Out Here!
Ideas can strike at the strangest places… at the grocery store, park, or even page 167 of your math textbook. That’s what happened to me the other day. (I have to admit, I can sometimes be rather absentminded when I should be doing my schoolwork!) I was sitting there at the kitchen counter, math book and pencil in hand, when the idea struck of writing stories based off of songs. Read More »
Adeline finally set down the paper after reading it to her friend.
“How did you like my story?” She asked.
“Well,” said her friend, “It was okay, but it could have had some more, you know, conflict?”
Adeline’s mood drooped like chewy bacon.
Taking input on your writing can sometimes be hard, or even discouraging, but it’s important to take it well. But what can you do to help accept the criticism? Well, here are a few tips you can use to when taking input!
Named for my sponsored child, Charlotte, I am wanting to get as many children sponsored as I can!
All over the world are children that are sick, sad, abused and starving. For only $39 a month, you can help a child receive and education, medical care, and, most importantly, the love of Christ. We can be the change for good in a child’s future.
James 1:27-Pure and undefiled religion… is this: to visit the orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world. Let us use our gifts, whether of money or prayer or other service, for the good of HIS KINGDOM.
Please listen to this song by Steven Curtis Chapman… Because it could totally change your outlook on life.