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One of the first writing rules I learned in journalism school is that you have to know your audience.  This rule applies to writing children’s fiction every bit as much as it does to news, only there’s a catch. When you’re writing for children, it’s important to remember …

February 15, 2018

Angelene Woodard of www.unqualifiedmom.com shares how her feelings of overwhelm have blossomed into a ministry when she accepted her limitations and moved forward anyway. In this inspiring session of Writers Chat, Angelene encourages women to embrace their weakness and discover the strength God offers through Christ. She explores …

February 15, 2018

I’m sane. I don’t even have a tin-foil hat. I rarely can even find foil when I need it in the kitchen. But I did leave the realm of a normal pastorate to write and speak full-time on end-time prophecy, and I find people don’t want to hear …

February 14, 2018

Magazine editors are experts in their publication. I know this fact because I’ve been a magazine editor a couple of different times. When I was Associate Editor at Decision magazine, we were publishing 1.8 million copies of each issue. An editorial assistant read through the submissions whether they …

February 13, 2018

February is the month that has the honor of hosting Valentine’s Day, also called Feast of Saint Valentine, an annual holiday celebrated on February 14th. Each year over a billion Valentine cards are purchased. The oldest known valentine still in existence is a poem written in 1415 by …

February 12, 2018
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