Others need what you’ve learned.
Author Archives: Deborah Christensen
Pay attention in the groups to which you belong.
Others want to know what you’ve learned.
Don’t limit yourself to the big ones.
Your family life can point the way to sales.
Begin with your story, then end with a universal truth.
Past tense feels more natural, whether in fiction or anecdotal nonfiction.
Writing ideas are everywhere. Check out Part 2 of Deborah Christensen’s Gleaning Writing Ideas from the 10 Commandments.
When you write about your struggles, readers know they’re not alone.
Your quiet time can produce more than a deeper relationship with God. It can also generate articles.