How was your 2018? As you reflect on the past year, did it meet your expectations, did you find that some things you thought would happen just didn’t? Are you hopeful for this new year? Chris looks back on 2018 and reflects on all these questions with interesting results. “This has been a most interesting […]
Grief and regrets are in all our lives in some way, some very strong and personal. Author, Pirkko Rytkonen, shares with us her personal grief over the loss of her younger sister in her blog post, ‘Regrets Left Unsaid’.
What better way to start the new year than with a devotional to study through The Lord’s Prayer? A look back at 2018 for a very busy author, Anna Sklar, who writes Bible Studies, Devotionals, and nonfiction. “I’ve been busy. Not just when it comes to creating or updating or compiling books. I got myself […]
G. D. Talbot’s Interview with Jon Michael Lawrence G. D Talbot recently interviewed Christian children’s author, Jon Michael Lawrence as he publishes his new book, The Lamb of God. “…When I was younger I loved poetry and always wanted to publish a book of some sort. About a year ago one day God gave me […]
Existential Quandary Have you ever wondered where God came from? Benjamin Collier tackles this mind-blowing question – an Existential Quandary. … “In Genesis it says “In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth.” and then it says, “The earth was without form and void”. There’s something in this passage that I […]
Christian author, Lynne Collier, writes Christian Speculative Fiction and Fantasy. Here she explains the differences between overt and non-overt fiction. What Is Christian Speculative Fiction? “Biblical [Christian] Speculative Fiction is speculative fiction which uses Christian themes and incorporates the Christian worldview…” — Wikipedia. In many of the modern Christian fiction novels, the characters are mainly Christian and act on […]
Ruth Smith Meyer, thank you for joining us; please tell us a little bit about yourself. What or who motivated you to become an author? From the time my mother and then older sister read stories to me, I was fascinated by the idea of writing. As a teen, I assisted my dad in putting […]
Kenneth L Steele, thank you for joining us; please tell us a little bit about yourself. What or who motivated you to become an author? Probably about years ago God put it in my heart to write a book. My goal was to write a novel but He spoke to me and said write something […]
A former Brooklyn gal, Elaine Stock lives in the Northeast with her husband where she enjoys spring, summer, autumn, and puts up with the winter. A member of several writing associations, she also is a contributing author to the international “Happy Sis Magazine.” In addition to Twitter, Facebook, and Goodreads, she hangs out on her active blog, Everyone’s Story, dedicated to uplifting and encouraging all readers through the power of story and hope.
Sara Davison holds a degree in English Literature from Queen’s University. She has written a monthly column for a major newspaper in her city, and is a copy-editor for an on-line publishing company. Her first novel, The Watcher, was the winner in the Word Alive Publishing contest in 2010, and will be released in April 2011. Davison has been a finalist for two national writing awards through The Word Guild; in 2008, for The Best New Canadian Christian Author, and in 2010, for Best Column – Single.
Davison lives in Orillia, Ontario, with her husband Michael and their three children.
Welcome, Donna Fawcett! Tell us, How did you get your start as an author? It began in high school when an English teacher told me that if I did nothing else in life, I should write. I shrugged that off until I was in the midst of raising my children. I wrote a story about […]
Glynis is an award-winning writer and children’s author and cannot imagine a world without little people to inspire and bless her. She has lived in Drayton with her husband, for 30 years. Glynis got her first break and her real start in writing professionally writing a weekly column – Sugar and Spice – in the Drayton Community News. She wrote that column for over 11 years. She was a private tutor for over 18 years but recently had to give that up because she needed her classroom converted to a ‘granddad’ apartment for her 89 year old father. Glynis misses her students but still manages to surround herself with children at every opportunity. She loves to collect story-fodder from the everyday.
“It’s amazing where and when inspiration comes,” says Glynis. Writing for children is her first love and she also writes devotions, short stories, blog posts and rejoices daily because she is constantly reminded about God’s amazing grace and His unconditional love.