Archive for November, 2015

Still Thankful

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It’s the day after Thanksgiving here in the US. But that doesn’t mean our thanks needs to stop.

We have many, many things to be thankful for. But, at the root of every single one is one simple, mind- blowing, undeniable fact: God’s love is eternal. From everlasting to everlasting, from creation to the new heaven and earth, from the smallest transgression committed by accident to Satan’s rebellion, His love endures forever.

Are you STILL thankful to God for […]

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Top 15 Finalists for 2015 Page Turner

It is almost time to crown a new Page Turner champion.

That’s right – in just one week, just ONE winner will be announced out of the 41 entries submitted. That person will receive the following prizes:

A fabulous cash prize of $500 (US);
The offer of traditional publication of their winning manuscript by Breath of Fresh Air Press;
Final editing of their manuscript (through Breath of Fresh Air Press);
Free publicity and marketing of their book on all FaithWriters’ sites for twelve months following […]

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Growing in your Writing: Try Platinum Membership

If you aren’t already, one great way to improve it is by becoming a FaithWriters Platinum member.

Only Platinum members are eligible to enter the Page Turner first chapter contest – whose prize is publication with Breath of Fresh Air Press, a cash prize, and more (winners for this year will be announced in a few weeks – the contest will start up again next in January).
Platinum members can receive up to three judge feedback reports per quarter on their Writing […]

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The Power of Asking For Help

The Power of Asking for Help
By Randy Ingermanson

A lot of people go through life afraid to ask for help when they have a question. They’re afraid they’ll look stupid. Nobody wants to look stupid. So they don’t ask.  But there’s a way to ask for help that won’t make anyone think you’re stupid.

Ask Google. (Or any search engine of your choice. For simplicity in this article, I’m just going to talk about Google, but you can use whichever search engine […]

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Weary in Spirit?

Weary In Spirit?
By Annagail Lynes

When my spirit grows faint within me, it is you who watch over my way. In the path where I walk people have hidden a snare for me. – Psalm 142:3 (NIV).

God knows when you sit down. He knows when you get up. He knows your thoughts before you think them, your words before you say them. He knows what your future is going to be like, the choices you are going to make. He knows […]

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Exciting News for Some FaithWriters Members!

I love being the bearer of good news – and sharing others’ successes is always LOTS of fun. You may have heard some of this news already – but even if you have, it is DEFINITELY worth celebrating again – don’t you think?

Dixie Phillips, a FaithWriters member for ten years (active member for several years), recently received a Gospel Music Association Dove Award for cowriting “Hidden Heroes,” performed by the Talleys. The song was named the Southern Gospel Song of […]

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Setting Descriptions

Setting Descriptions
By Linda Yezak

 He clutches the package tighter to his chest and shoots a glance over his shoulder. Still there. No shakin’ them. Whoever’d hired them is sure gettin’ his money’s worth.

His eyes dart to the “Walk” sign at the corner, and he quick-steps through the noon crowd to the other side of the road. Another glance. Stupid gorillas are still there, not two dozen paces behind. Here–cut in here. Nice busy place to lose them between the rows […]

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November is For Writers

You know how it is National something or other (actually, MANY somethings or others) every single month of the year? Don’t believe me? Check out this fun list of monthlong, weeklong, and daylong celebrations. There is always something.

Well, looking over the list, it seems that November is for writers. Not only is it National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), but it is ALSO Family Stories Month, National Memoir Writing Month, Picture Book Month,  and Picture Book Idea Month. Plus, […]

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