How You Can Support What You Love

My church often uses the phrase "You support what you love" when it wants to remind us that people often find the means to give of their time, money, and resources when they care deeply about something. In this same spirit, I'd like to encourage you to support an important project that the Christian Creative … Continue reading How You Can Support What You Love

Fanfiction Feature: Part 2

An excerpt from Sehnsucht, a Harry Potter fanfiction by M. Street, based on Chapter 35 of The Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling.   Harry yawned and stretched, reaching automatically for his glasses on the bedside table. But his hand felt only air. Turning to look, he saw nothing but white all around. Harry rubbed his … Continue reading Fanfiction Feature: Part 2

Writing Coaches: Do We Need Them?

Article submitted by S.D. Howard   There are many pitfalls when it comes to writing, and as indie authors, it can be hard to avoid all of them, especially when you’re going it alone. Which is why it’s a good idea to have someone showing you the ropes and guiding you as you go.  This … Continue reading Writing Coaches: Do We Need Them?

Interview with Author and Coach Joké Solanke

Once again, we are blessed to welcome a dynamo of a Christian woman—I grew tired reading about everything she has done! Whether you're looking for inspiration, motivation, or just to be encouraged by discovering how a sister in Christ is serving her Lord with passion, please take a few minutes to meet Joké Solanke. Hello … Continue reading Interview with Author and Coach Joké Solanke

Book Review: Seasons in the Garden

Through books, writers can share wisdom and their life experiences with others. Judging from the following comments, Seasons in the Garden, by Sandra Fischer, is one of those books that does this successfully and in a manner that readers appreciate.    About the Author: Sandra Fischer taught high school English and owned a Christian bookstore … Continue reading Book Review: Seasons in the Garden