Chad Allen talks about developing a book concept with bestseller potential. The key is finding out the needs of readers and meeting them.
2. I'm always looking for inspiration for my blog posts. How about you? Jean Fischer, at Something to Write Home About, shares some photo resources.
3. WND reports that anonymous donors are behind a campaign to install nativity scenes nationwide. This story warmed my heart. It's about time we pushed back the darkness.
4. Bonnie Leon's blog post struck a chord in my heart. Sometimes we're so focused on the weeds that we miss the good things happening in our lives. Don't miss this thoughtful devotional.
5. Rather than the usual Christmas recipes, I thought you might be interested in what type of foods were served in Colonial and Early American times. This is an interesting article for young people doing school papers. Check it out at http://www.foodtimeline.org/christmasmenu.html#coloniachristmas
Writers: Do photographs jumpstart your creative process for either blogging or writing? Please share.
Readers: What types of food do you serve for Christmas? Have you ever tried something from another time period? Please share.
Photo Credit: Antony Ruggiero
Thanks for the link, Susan!
I'm happy to know more places are putting up nativity scenes. We have a beautiful one in our downtown area. I'm grateful for those who made it possible.
Susan: I enjoyed what Bonnie Leon said in her blog post. Thank you for sharing it.
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