Christian writers

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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Self-Publish without Being Eaten by Sharks

Webinar Amy DeardonJanuary 6, 20208:00 – 9:00p.m. Eastern Time How to Become Happily Self-Published without Being Eaten by Sharks Congratulations on finishing your manuscript! Now it’s time to self-publish. What do you do now?  This talk walks you through the self-publishing process. Keep all rights and profits while you design and market your stunning new …

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Member Spotlight: T. Elizabeth Renich

What type of writing do you do? (Books, blogging, articles, genre, audience, etc.) And are you traditionally published or self/indie published? I am the author of the Shadowcreek Chronicles, a four-book series of Civil War novels. The individual titles—Word of Honor, Matter of Trust, Not Without Courage, and Strength and Glory—were traditionally published by Emerald …

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November Webinar: 3 Purposes for a Writer’s Website

Presented by Stephanie Buckwalter 3 Purposes for a Writer’s WebsiteFall Webinar, 11/11/20208:00 – 9:00pmZoom Meeting Member Registration in Member Reminder emailClick Here to begin Non-Member registration ($10.00) Your website is more than a blog—much more. Learn the 3 purposes of your writer’s website and how to organize it to meet those purposes. You’ll get a …

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Why I Write Own Voices Stories – Preslaysa Williams

Guest Blog from Preslaysa Williams, 10/31 Quarterly Meeting Speaker Origins and Definition of Own Voices The Own Voices movement began when children’s literature author, Corinne Davis, created a hashtag of the same name. Corinne wanted to emphasize the importance of Own Voices in children’s literature because, despite the rallying cry for diversity in the Kidlit …

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