Web Writing: How It Is Unique
The main reason web writing is different from writing for print: it all has to do with giving a web reader information he needs.
The Day Job: It Can Be a Launching Pad for Your Writing Ministry
Your day job can be a launching pad for your writing ministry. An online devotional for writers based on Acts 18:3.
The Search Engine: Here’s One That’s Indispensable to Writers
For today’s writers, a search engine is an indispensable tool – as is a concordance for the Christian writer. A devotional based on Acts 17:11-12.
The Rejection Letter: It’s an Open Door in Disguise
Why a rejection letter is actually an opportunity. An online devotional for writers based on Revelation 3:8.
2 Types of Letters That Get You Paid Writing Gigs
Master these 2 types of letters to get you paid writing gigs for publications and content writing gigs with brands or organizations.
The Email Segment: Target One Audience Now. Help Another Later.
An email segment is a specific group of subscribers on your email list. An online devotional for writers based on 1 Cor 1:2.
The Article Re Write: Always Eat a Piece of Humble Pie
An article re write is the opportunity to hone your craft, no matter your level of writing experience. A devotional for writers based on James 4:10.
The Query Letter: Submit it 100 Times
Your query letter may be rejected over and over, but keep improving and persisting. A devotional for writers based on Matthew 7:7.
The Power Word: This One Is Simple, But It Moves Readers to Act
This power word in the Bible is just three letters long but is used 2,810 times. A devotional based on Matthew 19:26.