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Write 3D Characters

Webinar JP 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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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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Quarterly Meeting 10/31/2020 with…

Preslaysa Williams “Writing for Change” October 31, 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.Venue TBA From abortion to Black Lives Matter, Christian writers should be on the forefront of writing for change. But how do we tackle sensitive—and sometimes charged—social issues in a way that will honor Christ and get our message across to readers? Join award-winning …

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Book Review

Your Guide to Marketing Books in the Christian Marketplace, Sarah Bolme / Book Review

Review byStephen W. Hiemstra Bolme Guides Authors in Christian Marketing Sarah Bolme. 2014. Your Guide to Marketing Books in the Christian Marketplace.  Charlotte: Crest Publications. Review by Stephen W. Hiemstra One surprise when you become an author is how hard it is to sell books. This comes as a surprise because most authors are also avid …

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Book Review

The Last Fifty Pages: The Art and Craft of Unforgettable Endings, James Scott Bell / A Book Review

Bell Writes Finishing Well James Scott Bell. 2019. The Last Fifty Pages: The Art and Craft of Unforgettable Endings. Woodland Hills, CA: Compendium Press. The hardest part of ending a post or book is to end gracefully. It is generally good to offer a chiastic return to your opening comments or to highlight the theme …

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