Carnival of Christian Writers #14 – November 2007
November is a month of bountiful blessings at the Carnival of Christian Writers. Authors and Agents talk turkey about the craft and call of writing and offer some seasonal insights!
Carla Stewart discusses “To Plot or Not to Plot” at Carla’s Writing Cafe.
Tiffany Colter presents “Is Fear Blocking you?” posted at Writing Career Coach.
Literary Agent Rachelle Gardner exhorts writers to be encouraged, even if the news from agents or publishers isn’t what you want to hear. In “A Little Encouragement“ she discusses the nature of encouragement and concludes that the truth, good or bad, is more important to the writer than pretty platitudes.
Camy Tang gives a list and asks for your input on “Christmas gifts for writers“.
Literary Agent Chip MacGregor talks about “Writing and Marketing“.
Mary Connealy confesses that the Techno-Genius Strikes Again.
Literary Agent Terry Whalin tells how to “Find Your Own Way”. Terry also shares a Thanksgiving inspiration for us in “Are Your Thankful for the Thorns?”
What makes a great Christian fiction book? How do you write one? How do you write a compelling Christian romance? Gail Gaymer Martin, author of Writing the Christian Romance, tells us how at Writing Right.
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