1. Tim Suddeth posts at The Write Conversation on, "Writers Shouldn't Write Alone." I skipped a writer's conference last year and realized how much I missed interacting with others on this journey. Tim reminded me of all the reasons I need to stay in touch.
2. A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed Love Finds You in
and raved about the
author's use of setting and description. I just came across Lisa
Hall-Wilson's post on, "3 Ways to Ramp Up Setting And Description With
Subtext." She gives excellent examples and teaching on the subject. Lahaina,
3. Testimonies increase our capacity to believe God for the miraculous. Breaking Christian News shared the story of a Gospel singer, who was healed of uterine cancer and then got pregnant with her son.
4. Dena Netherton, at My Father's World, My Father's Words, shares how words and reading affected her as a child. I always enjoy learning more about authors and bloggers.
5. Whether you're a parent, grandparent, babysitter, or Sunday School teacher, it can be a challenge to keep kids occupied during the summer. The Activity Village, from the
has some fun craft ideas to keep the little ones smiling. U.K.
Writers: In what ways do you interact with other writers?
Readers: What kinds of crafts do the children in your life enjoy? I always liked coloring. :)
Photo Credit: Felipe (Aladim) Hadler
Thanks for a great collection of interesting reads Susan. I have recently become more active on Goodreads, especially the Christian nonfiction lovers book club. I hope to interact with authors and readers there.
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