by Michelle Griep, @MichelleGriep
Most folks around here—the frozen tundra of Minneapolis—currently are hibernating because of the cold. I don’t blame them. It’s warmer in Siberia than here. Not even exaggerating (this time).
But I’m not hunkered down because of a nippy windchill. Currently I’m squirreled away because I’m in the middle of edits. It’s the ol’ pedal to the grindstone, nose to the metal time . . .
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by Dan Walsh, @DanWalshAuthor
In my column last month, we talked about “How much Christian should you put in your Christian fiction novel?” I brought up the idea that there are 2 different approaches to this. Really, 2 different kind of Christian Fiction books: Message Novels and Worldview Novels. To read more on this, Click Here (PUT A LINK TO LAST MONTH’S ARTICLE).
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by Lisa Jordan, @lisajordan
In the middle of writing a heated conversation between my current hero and heroine, I realized my Novel Rocket blog post was due…several days ago.
I hate being a ball-dropper because it feeds my inner critic who demotes my self-worth. Plus, not following through with something creates timeline changes for someone else.
But when I’m on deadline,
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by Beth K. Vogt, @bethvogt
Let’s talk about other authors for a moment, shall we?
We like to say “It’s who you know” that helps you succeed as a writer – and there’s truth to that statement. But I also believe kindness begets kindness. The actual quote is “Kindness begets kindness evermore.”(Sophocles (496 BC- 406 BC), writer of ancient Greek tragedies)
But I digress.
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