Archive for October, 2011

Three Weeks Until Page Turner Deadline

How’s that fiction manuscript coming? Want to see how it’ll do in a contest? Want a chance for a fabulous prize? Well, I’ve got an idea for you – and you’re running out of time.

All FW 500 platinum members (click here to become a platinum member) are eligible to enter the Fifth Annual Page Turner Contest. This year, the entries must be Christian fiction, and the deadline is October 31, 2011. (That’s THREE WEEKS from today!) The winners will […]

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Missouri Rose, Little Brave Woman

By Toni Babcock

Missouri Rose Pratt was one of Minnesota’s early settlers. When she was a girl of nine years old, her father sent her to a spring for water. Having arrived at the spring, she filled her bucket full. On her return, she was surrounded by a band of Sioux warriors on their way to Shakopee for a scalp dance. “They had on everything fancy that an Indian could […]

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So You Want To Master Social Media (Part 1 of 2)

So, I heard a lot of requests for marketing-related articles when I made my request here. Here’s the first – it’s actually a two-parter on social media. Tune in next Wednesday for the last five tips. Remember – as writers, you are a “business.” Your clients are readers, agents, editors, publishers, etc.

Ten Tips to Help You Succeed
By Jill Hart

It’s official. Social media is here to stay. It’s not a fad like […]


BIG Changes to the Writing Challenge

If you’ve been on the FaithWriters message boards recently, you’ve likely¬† heard that the Writing Challenge is going to be changing. And maybe you’re curious what those changes might be. Well, here’s your answer: these will be going into effect beginning THIS THURSDAY, October 6. Read on – and please feel free to ask if you have any questions. And JOIN IN! The challenge is a great way to hone your skills – perhaps now more than ever!! (and feel […]

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