Did you know there are several major Christian writers’ conferences around the nation? Attending a conference in your area or traveling to a major conference holds many benefits. You will connect with other writers. You will learn more...Continue Reading
It’s exciting to create a community where you and your readers connect. . . until the conversation goes south. May I share something with you? It’s going to happen. The larger the platform, the more vulnerable...Continue Reading
We have a special guest post on the COMPEL Training blog from Kimberly Henderson! Kimberly is a fellow writer who serves on-staff at Proverbs 31 Ministries as Lysa TerKeurst's Content Coordinator. Today, she is sharing with us a...Continue Reading
One way to chip away at writers’ block is to engage in a writing exercise. There are hundreds of writing exercises, but in today’s Tuesday Tip, we’ll share three to help jump start your writing.
Exercise #1: Memories
One of the hardest things about being a writer at times, especially a Christian nonfiction writer, is helping people understand the call on your life to do so. Not that friends and family don't want to support us...Continue Reading
In last week’s COMPEL blog post, I shared how to brainstorm goals for the next six months and how to determine which you should delegate, defer, do, or delete. In today’s Tuesday Tip, we’ll share what to...Continue Reading
“Just tell me where to start,” she said. Suddenly my friend’s words took me back several years. I remember attending my first writing conference. Writer and agents and editors mingled. I felt like a wannabe. It’s not that I didn’t...Continue Reading