There is no greater affliction in the bookish life than the reader’s slump. This nonfatal but distressing issue is frequently caused by excellent books. For
This weekend, I had the privilege of attending the Maranatha Christian Writers’ Conference. Perhaps the most invigorating part of this experience was swapping book recommendations.
I recently revisited and revised this old story for a competition. To my horror, multiple rounds of editing and two different spell-check programs failed to
Do you look upon me as an unused pen Or an instrument prepared and poised to write The words and works that speak of such
I’ve read a lot of dystopian novels and, interestingly, they all seem to suggest the same elements for the destruction of a functioning, fulfilling society.
For about a year now, I’ve had a silly idea for a story. Finally, I worked up the courage to write it and share it