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ACFW Top 10 Recap

ACFW Top 10 Recap

First, I want to apologize for forgetting to post last Monday. I had planned to write up a “What Going on at ACFW” post on Saturday or Sunday night, but it didn’t happen. If you’ve ever been to one of these large conferences, you already know how mentally and physically draining they can be. By […]

Conference Appointment Jitters

Conference Appointment Jitters

Did you realize that the Realm Makers 2013 conference is less than a month away. In fact, just over TWO weeks away? This is about the time my nerves start hitting overdrive. Seriously. I’m particularly nervous and excited about this conference because it will be all writers in the speculative fiction genre. People who write […]

High on Creativity

High on Creativity

This past month has been an odd month. I’ve already mentioned how, after attending the ACFW conference, I found my muse. Thus I have managed to write more in the past three weeks than I have in the last ten months. I’ve found that joy again, that joy that comes with doing something you are […]

Top 8 Conference Etiquette Tips (you should never use)

Top 8 Conference Etiquette Tips (you should never use)

This is a very simple post. The Top 8 Conference Etiquette Tips everybody should follow. See, it’s even apost that can apply to any conference–not just the ACFW conference coming up at the end of September! (Are you going to be there?) *clears throat* Ralene’s Top 8 Conference Etiquette Tips (in reverse order because I […]

Prep Talk

Prep Talk

Memorize pitch. Check One Sheets. Check. Research Agents and Editors. Check. And the list goes on as I make final preparations for my trip to this years ACFW Conference in Dallas. Last year was my first time attending the Conference as well as my first ever writer’s conference. Some people say I jumped into the deep end, and […]

Phoenix Rattler Unpublished Fiction Contest

The 2nd annual Phoenix Rattler Does Your Story Have Bite? Contest is accepting entries now through October 29. The contest is hosted by the Arizona ACFW chapter, Christian Writers of the West. Unpublished authors may submit entries of up to ten pages in six categories. Every entry will be judged by three authors such as Jerry B. Jenkins, Brandilyn Collins, […]