Monthly Archives: July 2015

Writing Resources, part II

Continuing to look at resources I use along this writing journey, this list looks at some of my favorite books. “I think all teachings about writing are good. Wonderful, in fact. Taken as a whole, the oeuvre of writing wisdom … Continue reading

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Summer of C.S. Lewis, part II

Surprised by Joy Second on my list of C.S. Lewis books to read this summer was Surprised by Joy. I liked this book for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is that I enjoyed reading about Lewis’s … Continue reading

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Writing Resources, part I

Below are some of my favorite writing resources, although upon closer scrutiny perhaps “reading resources” would be a better description. List I: Facebook pages and groups. Many of these pages correspond to matching websites as well

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Summer of C.S. Lewis, part I

Mere Christianity The summer of 2015 has been the summer of C.S. Lewis. I do an in-depth Bible study each year that runs from September to early May, following the academic calendar. This year I decided to read one C.S. … Continue reading

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Conference Thoughts

During the last weekend in June, almost 450 historical novel enthusiasts gathered in Denver, Colorado, to discuss all things historical. Most were writers, some published, some not. All were avid readers of the genre. There were authors, editors, and agents. … Continue reading

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