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  1. Critiques For Growth by Dee Kyalo  
    This article is in praise of the Critique Circle. It highlights some of the benefits of the circle.

  2. The Pen is Mightier than the Sword by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari  
    "The pen is mightier than the sword",- should be the guiding principle of our life and society. The pen, what I understand, is a symbolic of a good literature. A good literature , on the other hand, means the literature that reaches the level of sophistication , both beauty and odor in the form of poetry or story, novel or history etc.. Literature is one of the most integral part of our Christian life and ministry. We should take the privilege of it. Through this art of literature we can tell the love of Jesus and bring deliberate changes in the whole world

  3. Shoveling Snow or Contest Writing by Brenda Blakely  
    Can Contest Writing call me away from the task of shoveling snow?

  4. It's about time to kick off. by James Sparrow  
    Stephen says that he can see the Son of Man standing next to the right hand of God the Father. Question, what makes the son of God stand up?

  5. The message of the Cross by Henry clarke  
    A symbol of shame or glory

  6. Broken-Record Writing by Delia Latham  
    There IS such a thing as "too much of a good thing." Too much repetition in our writing qualifies. Do you know how to avoid it?

  7. Words on Display by Delia Latham  
    Clear away the clutter to reveal the masterpiece in your writing.

  8. Hook Me by Delia Latham  
    What is a hook, and why should writers want to use them?

  9. Critting it Right by Delia Latham  
    Weigh the value of allowing your manuscript to be critiqued by others against your desire to shield and protect it from any eyes but your own.

  10. Why I Create by Abby Kelly  
    I had a powerful tale of a damsel in distress rescued by her one true Love, a Love who had pursued her before she ever knew His name. But it was more than a powerful story, it was a pervading story, oozing through my pores...

  11. Poem From a Broken Writer by Abby Kelly  
    I felt sunlight softening soul into spirit,
    Liquifying calcified dreams
    Pressed dormant into crannies
    Of this flesh-shell.

  12. When God speaks by Andrey Karmanskiy  
    'When God speaks' is the non-fiction story once happened to the author when he was a child. Personal experiences combined with amazing events and inexplicable signs from above make the story interesting not only for children but for everyone seeking sense in life...

  13. When God speaks by Andrey Karmanskiy  
    'When God speaks' is the non-fiction story once happened to the author when he was a child. Personal experiences combined with amazing events and inexplicable signs from above make the story interesting not only for children but for everyone seeking sense in life...

  14. Ode to the Worms by jack Doepke  
    Funny Story

  15. Book Writing and Baby Birthing by Deborah Brunt  
    Bringing forth a viable book -- or any other work that is living, breathing and life-giving -- requires waiting and cooperating with God through the whole gestation period, however long he designates it to be.

  16. Is writing Christian speculative and scientific fiction wrong? by Marie Grossett  
    Before I came into this industry I was very wary about reading Christian speculative (thrillers, mystery, fantasy) and scientific based books, simply because they weren't 'holy' enough for me.

  17. Who Makes a Great Writing Mentor? by Bob Valleau  
    More than just teaching someone else how to write well, incorporate these key ingredients for a rewarding mentoring relationship.

  18. Caught when young. by Elisabeth Puruto  
    This is an article setting out how writing has been part of my life - on and off.

  19. What Is a Christian Writer? by Bob Valleau  
    Are you called, by God, to write for Him? What does it take to be a Christan writer? Gain insight into the exciting -- and satisfying -- field of Christian writing.

  20. Plight of Christian Authors by Olabisi Obideyi  
    The Plight of Christian Authors is the inspirational story of a Christian author turned publisher following her daunting experience in the Christian book-publishing world. The book is an excellent source of encouragement for Christian writers and Christians in general.

  21. The Bench by Richard Rice  
    "What would you give up for love?" the stranger asked. How would you answer? Maybe more important: what did the stranger give up for love?

  22. THE WRITER by Datzy Huchetzton  
    Writers are the natural rulers of the world,because they are the one that tell all men about his world.

  23. " WHAT ABOUT LIFE " by Godwin Luba  
    That life is as a result or a product of scientific cum biological evolution is not only a vain scientific babbling but also a serious satanic deception.

  24. HOW TO WRITE BETTER by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari  
    Writing is precisely a delicate art and indeed a fastidious skill. This skill is not born with the man but earned through strenuous effort only. The hallmark of a good writing depends upon how you paint your thoughts, ideas or feelings in the minds of another. A piece of good writing can become a piece of good literature. Literature is not only a history of mankind but also a creation of beauty and truth, a creation of human passion, emotion, love, joy, sorrow, anger, sympathy etc.

  25. The Use of an Agent by Marie Grossett  
    With so many different publishing methods, it's no wonder why writers often ask me what is the use of an agent, since the traditional publishing methods are slowly evaporating.

  26. Don't take it personally by Marie Grossett  
    Maureen had just finished the last chapter of her manuscript. She was so pleased with it that in her eyes nothing was wrong with it. She wanted to share this excitement with someone so she got her friend to read it.

  27. How Do You Find Your Voice? by Dorcas Graham  
    When I hear people talk about finding their voice, it sounds like a mysterious process where they sit very still, eyes closed and channel in that spirit which reveals the profound and peculiar. To some, maybe it does, but it doesn't have to be this way. You see, you don't exactly find your voice, no more than you find your personality. It's already a part of you.

  28. Writing Sexual Scenes- For the Christian Writer by Marie Grossett  
    "Oh brother how am I going to write this?" Maggie thought, "My characters are about to make love and I don't want to write too explicit. Maybe I should just type they make love but in fiction you must show and not tell what am I going to do?"

  29. Writing non fiction by Marie Grossett  
    As a published author who has written a fiction and nonfiction book I find writing nonfiction a lot easier.

  30. Writing Fiction by Marie Grossett  
    I love writing, reading, and critiquing fiction stories. With fiction you can stretch your imagination; you are in your own world in a sense.


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