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Face to Face

Do you ever wonder if your writing is making a difference? I found a nice reminder today in the Epistles of John—relationships trump message. In an age of ebooks, blogs, the creation of tribes and followers it’s easy to think … Continue reading

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5 Fishing Tips for Bloggers

What if I told you that fishing just might reveal some important tips to becoming a better blogger? Or another way of looking at it—a more fulfilled blogger. Allow me to reel in my core idea right from the very … Continue reading

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Daily Writing Tips Resource

I have a confession to make: My favorite part about writing is not the actual writing. Wow, I’m glad I got that off my chest. What really gets me excited is sharing a moving, entertaining story or communicating a principle … Continue reading

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That Package Beside the Road

In Elmore Leonard’s 10 Rules of Writing, Leonard offers two rules I am finding to be invaluable. Try to leave out the parts that readers tend to skip. If it sounds like writing, rewrite it. Think about your own reading … Continue reading

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7 Helpful Websites for Bloggers and Writers

I don’t know about you, but for me writing–great writing–doesn’t come easy. I will take all the help and feedback I can get. And we all should if we want our writing to influence and provide value. I’ve been reading … Continue reading

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Writing Advice from CS Lewis

Okay, if you haven’t noticed, I’ve mentioned CS Lewis in my last two posts.  I’ve been a huge fan of his fiction and nonfiction writing.  The Chronicles of Narnia stories are my favorite.  Long ago, my wonderful fourth grade teacher, … Continue reading

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Writing Tips – 14 Ways to Improve Your Craft

Everyone writes—not everyone writes well.  Better writing will improve your chances for success in many areas of life.  Perhaps you will never pen a novel, essay or short story, but you may create a letter, a blog post, a memo, … Continue reading

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