Author Inspirations

5 Infographics Every Writer Should See—The Fiction Edition!

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5 Infographics Every Writer Should See—The Fiction Edition!

Writing fictional narratives is tricky business; you are building entire people from scratch, and sometimes even entire worlds or universes. Time, sensory details, emotions, and plot all have to work together and seem effortless—even though writing it that way is anything but. When it comes to writing fiction, everyone can use a little help sometimes. […]

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5 Infographics That Every Writer Should See

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5 Infographics That Every Writer Should See

You have just hit the dreaded writer’s block, and you need a break. Maybe you need to inspire your writing or renew your message—or you just don’t know if you should use an adjective or an adverb in your last sentence. In any case, you will find yourself searching the furthest reaches of the Internet […]

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Writer’s Swag Bag: 5 Fab Finds for Word Lovers

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Writer’s Swag Bag: 5 Fab Finds for Word Lovers

  For those of us who call ourselves “grammar nerds” or “grammar enthusiasts,” perhaps, what’s a better way for writers to show off their pride than with a few puns? And what better gifts for book lovers?  Sure, it may go against the grain a little, but t-shirts and other merchandise that speak to your inner […]

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Video: Author Ginger Sanders Talks About Disaster Ministry and Her Experience At Sandy Hook Elementary

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Video: Author Ginger Sanders Talks About Disaster Ministry and Her Experience At Sandy Hook Elementary

Our country has been rocked in recent years by some catastrophic events: amongst them, the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary and the movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado. Author Ginger Sanders was there for both of those events as part of the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team. Her first book with Xulon Press, He Goes Before […]

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The Truth In My Tennis Shoes

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The Truth In My Tennis Shoes

Sometimes I think running is a lot like writing. I learned this lesson after a long, hard run two years ago. I laced up dirty, embarrassingly tattered tennis shoes, and my ankles churned across the asphalt until the concrete beneath me yielded up truth and clarity. I had vowed to run away from all the things which were […]

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