Several of us have launched a new podcast for Christians who write to change popular culture. It will be up on iTunes etc soon, but there’s a sneak preview plus video here.
Uncertainty can dog Christian writers, and it often takes us by surprise. We expect to be all calm and spiritual, not scared and hiding under a blanket. Why does it happen? Imagination is deeply personal. Baring our imagination and creativity is intimidating. It’s a window to the soul. When someone rejects or judges our creativity, […]
While I was preparing this topic for Gracewriters this week, my computer suddenly went dark and quiet and smelled like burnt toast. Stuff happens, but it’s interesting timing. Other Christian writers are facing heightened challenges at this time, from practical difficulties to flare-ups of chronic illnesses to conflict at home. It’s important not to over-spiritualise […]
Some fresh thoughts from gracewriters.com… Some Christian writers feel guilty that they can’t get on with their writing, because their minds are scrambled by pandemic stress. Many don’t want to use the word “fear” because they are afraid it sounds unspiritual or maybe even a sin. But I am willing to tell you straight out: […]
I have activated my blog for Christian writers at gracewriters.com… For weeks, my head has been buzzing like a swarm of bees, while the world as we know it crumbles. Anxiety, disrupted sleep, trouble concentrating on work, reading too much news, scroll-scroll-scrolling through social media, trying to buy groceries from empty shelves (did I just […]
Tips from my personal experience, from smallbluedog.com… Have you ever lost traction on a writing project, or wondered if you can actually finish writing a whole book? I’ve been there! This is the story of how I finally beat writer’s block. With my first novel, Poison Bay, I often wondered if I could write a whole […]