I know my menu is already clunky with webpages, but I’ve thought of one more. Once again, I’d like your help as you’re able to lend it. 🙂 Let’s help parents of writers! What would you put on a Parenting Writers page? How can we help and support? What are a few basics that can equip those alongside the writing game to safeguard writing kids?
Category Archives: Resource
Here’s a quick little GoodReads quiz to see how much you know about their Author Program. Good Stuff, both to know and utilize! 🙂
Maybe it’s because I’m home with my young children, but I often think in terms of “becoming a responsible adult.” So, after reading a blog post about the need for bloggers to make proper disclosure, I though, “Shoot! Become a responsible adult!” I tweaked my website a bit and hopefully now I’m better up to snuff. Anyway, Amazon Affiliates. I do it. It’s free. It’s awesome. If you put yourself out there promoting your books, especially if you have your own website, there’s no reason not to do it.
I’m taking this week a little easy, so here’s another linked article. Enjoy! I hope to post another review in another day or two.
Today we have a guest post from Cheryl Swope! She kindly sent me this guest post back when I preparing for vacation, fearful I’d run low on post and you might notice. 🙂 That time has come and gone—with no noticeable break! Woo hoo! So now we can read her article, Resources to Help & Encourage Writers, and discuss it if anyone wishes. Thanks again, Cheryl!
Hello, everybody. I’ve been gathering free Lutheran resources for my “Crafts and Crafted-for-Free” resource page, and I thought I’d bring you up to speed. The latest add is a set of free PDFs titled Kids in the Divine Service. They were put together by Rev. Christopher Thoma (who was a DCE before becoming an LCMS pastor) and the LCMS Commission on Worship (hm, perhaps former commission on worship).
Remember the free marriage booklet I mentioned before Easter? The one Rev. Richard put together as a free downloadable resource for the church? Christ and the Church: a thirty-day devotion concerning the Holy Estate of Marriage particularly addressing those whom God has placed into it is now available! Yay!
Woo hoo! Another free Lutheran resource to tell you about! Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, author, podcaster, radio personality extraordinaire, etc., has produced a free mini-hymnal that you can download, print off, use while visiting someone, and leave as a lingering consolation from God’s Word.