Johnese Burtram

Write 3D Characters

Webinar JD Robinson March 9, 20218:00 – 9:00p.m. Eastern Time Write 3D Characters fuses art and history in an engaging workshop. Discover how to create a villain that appeals and put flesh on your protagonist. Designed for authors of fiction across genres, Write 3D Characters presents 5 essential strategies to create characters that “walk off the page.” Registration: …

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Writing Prayers

Guest Blog from Stephen W. Hiemstra In prayer, we communicate with God. The form and expectations of our prayer is shaped by our theology. In fact, I have found prayer to be the most theological written form. Theological Variants Prayer takes many forms. I have a neighbor who believes prayer is primarily happy talk that …

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Be BOLD: Bridging the Gap with “Edgy” Christian Fiction

Guest Blog Michele Chynoweth Writer’s Questions Panel, 2/6/2021 (CCWF Quarterly Meeting) Are you a writer who desires to serve God yet also wants to write a novel that’s down-to-earth, edgy, racy, raw…REAL? But are you concerned that it may not fit in either the Christian or secular worlds? Have you been told (as I was …

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Quarterly Meeting: February 6, 2021

Got Questions? We Got Answers! Writing Experts Answer Your Questions Saturday, February 6, 20219:30 – 11:00amZoom Meeting CCWF presents a panel of experienced writers to answer your writing questions. Click on the link below to ask your questions. You may direct your question(s) to a specific panelist if you’d like. Their bios are below. Quarterly …

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The HIDDEN NEED – Perhaps the Most Important Part of Your Story

Guest Blog, Amy Deardon, Webinar Speaker 1/6/2021 Hi Everyone! I’m really looking forward to e-meeting you at Capital Christian Writers Fellowship where I’ll be talking January 6th on how to become happily self-published. Today, though, since I was graciously invited to blog as an introduction and I don’t want to repeat myself in a few …

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