Do you know about BookBub? My mother-in-law introduced me to it and so far it’s working out well for me as a reader.
Monthly Archives: August 2016
I’m pleased to report that I’ve learned of several new releases from Lutheran authors, and I am particularly pleased to draw your attention to those which might otherwise slip through marketing cracks. So, today I want to talk with you about a slim volume titled Ten Ways to Kill a Pastor published through Grail Quest Books.
Let’s admit something: because of sin much is perfectly counterproductive. These things don’t leave us at zero, coasting along. These tendencies and activities repeatedly—and purposefully—downgrade, debase, and tear us down bit by bit. Sin not only twists: it seeks destruction. But you and me, we can call things what they are.
I encourage you all to review more. There is simply a dearth of good reviewers for anything less than a best seller. A common question then is where to review?
Here’s an article that was sent to me a while back about “planners” and “pantsers” in the novel writing process, exploring how some authors plan while others prefer writing by the seat of their pants or other artistic impulse. But, while it’s an essay on how to write a novel, what I find additionally interesting is how many particular authors view(ed) the writing process, both planners and pantsers.
Here is a happy article for your day: “Why Christians should Paint, Dance, Quilt, Art, Compose Music, Writer Stories, Decorate Cookies and participate in the Arts.” Write and more! Why not?