How I Write a Book

Late last year, I was asking around on social media, trying to figure out what writing blog posts you guys would like to see. One of the answers surprised me. From a non-writer, there was a request to see the breakdown of how I write a story and what all goes into it…

Author Resource List with Savanna Roberts

I can’t believe we’ve finally reached the end of our event! Thank you so much for sticking with us! Below you will find a great list of author resources at your disposal…

Health Tips for Writers with Savanna Roberts

A lot of you know my struggles with my health that I’ve been battling since summer of 2019, and since getting my health on track, I’ve adopted some healthy habits that I feel like other writers should know about.

To Christian Authors Who Don’t Write Christian Literature with AnnMarie Pavese

Author of a HUGE and stunning debut novel, So Sang the Dawn, Annie has a bunch of tips that will be helpful for Christian authors that don’t want to write Christian Fiction.

Why Studying Story is Important with Courtney Kleefeld

Courtney and I have been involved in other blog events together, and she’s truly knowledgeable on story craft. Read on to discover why she believes studying story is important for writers, whether they’re beginners or advanced!

Plotter vs. Pantser with Samantha Seestrom

Read on to get a glimpse of author Samantha Seestrom’s plotting methods and figure out which kind of writer you are!

On Writing Blog Event: Intro + Schedule

Schedule for my March On Writing 2.0 Blog Event

Themes in Writing – Guest Post by Cherise Taylor

I have known Cherise for well over a year now, and not only have we collaborated on many projects together, but she’s a talented writer and blogger, and she truly knows story. This is a revamp of her post on Themes from last March.

Paperbacks vs. E-books – An Article

Something that’s worried a lot of authors, especially new authors recently, is whether it’s more productive to publish in e-book or print format…

Musings || My Indie Publishing Journey

Another question I get asked a lot is how I got started on the indie publishing route instead of going traditional, as well as what I think about the process.  I thought it’d be neat to discuss that in my Musings post today, since it’s a question I get asked more frequently than one might think.

Being Fearless: What Nobody Tells You About Becoming an Author

When you have finally finished your manuscript and you’ve revised it the best you feel it can be, there comes the moment where you’re most likely going to take a publishing route.  Sometimes that publishing route is traditional, sometimes it’s self-publishing.  But once you’re on that path, there are a thousand doubts that enter your mind and people start to offer their opinions…

The Dark Side of Christian Fiction

Historically speaking, the idea of a Christian novel is a relatively new concept. In fact, for a Christian to be reading novels was considered sinful in the church up until the early 1900s. It was considered taboo, especially for women. Why, you ask? Because—since the stories in them were not true, it was considered lying. Not to mention the extra attachments of lust, murder, or other sins depending on the content of the book…