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 Welcome Aspiring Writers!

 Getting Started

Where do you start?  How do you start?  Melody Carlson, Cynthia Ruchti and Suzanne Woods Fisher give advice on getting those initial ideas into black and white and guide you through the creative process. Click on their name to visit their page or the title to get their advice.


Melody Carlson
Melosy carlson 
Cynthia Ruchti
Cynthia Ruchti
Suzanne Woods Fisher
Suzanne Woods Fisher
Write from
Your Life
Time For A
New Headshot
Slow but
Never Late


 Writing through the Blocks

You've started your novel, now what?  Katie Ganshert , Rosslyn Elliott, and Murray Pura help you keep the creative juices flowing and the pages rolling off your printer.

Katie Ganshert
Katie Ganshert
Rosslyn Elliott
Murray Pura
Murray Pura 
Persevere! What Horses
Teach Me
About Writing
Never, Never Give Up!


 Submitting your Work

Writing is the easy part.  What now?   Who should you send it to?  What do you say?  Jane Kirkpatrick, Gina Holmes, and Cindy Woodsmall offer advice on the most critical part of the process;  getting published.

Jane Kirkpatrick
Jane Kirkpatrick
Gina Holmes
Cindy Woodsmall
Cindy Woodsmall
A Few Tips
For Writers
A Week in the Life
of a Debut Novelist
Pitching your Story


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Writing & Publishing Your Book

Web Resources for Writers

There are many web sites with great information for Christian writers. Below are some that you might find helpful.


  • American Christian Fiction Writers
  • Christian Writers Fellowship International

  • The Christian Writer's Manual of Style
  • Writer's Digest
  • Writer's Market
  • The Writer's Magazine
  • Christian Writer's Market Guide
  • ACW Press
  • Writer's Edge (Manuscript Service)

  • More Author Tips

     • Words of Advice: Chris Fabry

     • Writing Advice: Maureen Lang