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Christian Writer or Christian Who Writes: Does it Matter?

To the ‘Christian plumber’, I would say that when I need my kitchen plumbing fixed, I wouldn’t search for a ‘Christian plumber’ online. And neither would I care if the plumber was Christian or not. I just want my plumbing fixed. Preferably, now.

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How to Write Crazy: Going Off the Deep End

There’s one thing to remember when writing a character in the throes of a psychotic breakdown. While his dialogue may sound like random nonsense, it’s not. It’s nonsense connected by an underlying logic that has significance to the character.

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The Importance of Prayer in a Writer’s Life

The usual reason for feeling like I do is the sense of responsibility. I don’t want to send people the wrong way through my writing, so I absolutely want to write what is on God’s heart.

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Mentoring: Pay It Forward

Margaret Daley, award-winning author of 90 books (5 million sold worldwide and counting), shares her passion for mentoring and why she believes all writers, no matter what stage they are in their writing life, should mentor other writers and be mentored in turn.