What If?

By Sarah Hamaker, president of CCWF What if I actually can’t write? What if the plot’s a mess? What if I start and don’t know how to finish the book? What if no one else likes it? What if it’s published and no one buys it? In our writing life, we entertain many What If …

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CCWF Launched 2/9/2019

Launch Day Report The day dawned bright and crisp. As I journeyed north from Central Virginia to Centreville, the temperature began to drop. Arriving at Centreville Presbyterian Church, the breeze made unloading our meeting supplies a freezy endeavor. Two weeks ago we launched Capital Christian Writers Fellowship. We were delighted to welcome a diverse group …

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First Quarterly Meeting

First Quarter Meeting February 9, 2019, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.* CCWF Vice President Johnese Burtram with Thoughts on Being a Christian Writer CCWF Prayer Chair Betsey Kodat with a brief time of prayer CCWF President Sarah Hamaker will present a short workshop on Setting 2019 Writing Goals with Time Management Tips. Get your writing …

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Notable for 2019

Current Trends for Writers Trends for Readers Bookworms rack up over 700 hours of reading a year – the equivalent of 30 full days. 86 percent (2018 survey/2000 Americans) feel they make a conscious effort to read in some way every day. Tallying up reading times across books, ebooks, newspaper articles and reading websites, the …

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Welcome

Welcome to the new website of Capital Christian Writers Fellowship. We have combined the best of two groups: Capital Christian Writers and Northern Virginia Christian Writers Fellowship into what we believe will offer: Accepting, encouraging atmosphere for event attendees Opportunities to connect with other writers Cultivating a support group feel for all writers Opportunities to …

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