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Written by two published authors and writing coaches, Called to Write identifies seven key competencies every author needs to be a writer on mission. Two aspects of each of the seven competencies are included. First, authors will explore the competency through an informational chapter helping them understand the importance of staying grounded in that competency area. The informational chapter is then followed by an inspiring how-to-implement section, making the book extremely practical. Called to Write is ideal for keeping a Christian writer on track with a gospel focus in their writing.
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: New Hope Publishers
Publication Date: 2014
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Award-winning author of 26 books and more than 400 magazine articles, Edna Ellison is a well-known keynote speaker who loves leading prayer retreats and writers conferences across the United States and overseas. Edna is an honors graduate of Presbyterian College with an MA from Converse College, an EdSp from the University of South Carolina, and a PhD from the University of Alabama. Having taught at three Baptist seminaries and two American universities, she now writes Bible study books from her Spartanburg, South Carolina, home. A leader in AWSA (Advanced Writers and Speakers Association) and a certified CLASS speaker, her life has been featured by Focus on the Family, where she has also been published.
Linda Gilden believes part of what God has called her to do is encourage other writers in their writing journeys. This prolific author, editor, and writing coach desires to see future writers and current authors develop good writing skills so they can write with excellence for the kingdom of God. In addition to serving as an adjunct professor, Linda is extremely active in the writing industry on both a local and national level, including serving as a frequent instructor at leading conferences such as Glorieta Christian Writers Conference. She works out of her South Carolina home where she enjoys floating in a pool while reading a good book and being surrounded by splashing children.