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Proverbs for Writers

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There is so much wisdom and wise counsel in the book of Proverbs. Like many believers, I spend time in this book every day. Sometimes a single verse or a few verses grab my attention. Other times, I’ll read an entire chapter. Often, what I read will speak to a …

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Finish Well

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Finish Well is the title of one of the daily devotionals in Cara Whitney’s Unbridled Faith: 100 Devotions from the Horse Farm. As I perused it the other day, I snickered. “Finish well,” I thought. “How about finishing at all?” I have numerous projects in the starting stage. Some have …

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Meet the Author, Part 2

This week, it’s my pleasure to once again welcome debut author, Rachelle Harp. She first joined us on  December 11, 2019, to talk about her novel, The Breakout. In the earlier post, Rachelle shared her vision of a story world where people were physically separated into zones based in large part …

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Meet the Author

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Today, it is my honor to welcome my long-time writing friend, Rachelle Harp, to this blog. Ours is a relationship where iron has definitely sharpened iron, especially in the writing craft. We’re celebrating the release of her debut novel, The Breakout, a fascinating story that I thoroughly enjoyed reading and …

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The Blank Page Revisited

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Get it down. Take chances. It may be bad, but it’s the only way you can do anything really good. William Faulkner While I was searching for a blog idea for this week’s post, I came across this blog that I first posted in March of 2018. It struck me …

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Who’s the Loudest Voice in My Life?

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We all hear voices. Some are internal. Some are not. If you’re a writer, especially a fiction writer, you hear the voices of your characters telling you who they are and where to take the story next. Other internal voices include our conscience and all the voices we’ve heard through …

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