Is it true that writers earn a lot of money? We discuss the realities for both traditional and self-publishing, and ask what God has to say on the subject.
How common is disappointment among Christian writers, how can we deal with it, and what are the spiritual implications?
Bill Brockemeier’s historical fiction became an adventure in writing an opera libretto. Bill also talks about the non-profit Hearts Need Art which uses creativity to help people with health challenges.
Ideas for ways to add elements of a Christian world view to fiction writing, via themes, characters, dialogue — and what we leave out.
The practicalities, psychology and spirituality of meeting publishing deadlines, including self-publishing deadlines.
Belinda Pollard, Alison Young and Donita Bundy discuss the practicalities, psychology and spirituality of finding time to write in our busy schedules.
Practical tips for improving as a Christian writer, and how our faith intersects with this goal.
Presentation and preparation are important, but not to the point of allowing them to stifle passion and creativity, in both writing and marketing.