NanoWriMo. National Novel Writing Month. It’s here once again. Do you have a novel in you? Here’s some encouragement and perspective to get you going a bit.
Bloggiing used to be all the rave back in the mid-2000s. Everyone was told to blog. However, things have changed and as a writer, you have to ask if a blog is still necessary. I give some reasons why it may still be.
It’s been quiet around RIU HQ for a while and yet, things have been happening. These are things behind the scenes. More of a personal nature than anything else but it has been for the better. Let me tell you what’s been going on.
I like superheores because of my real life superhero: Jesus the Christ. I have no shame in that. So, when someone attempts to redefine and besmirch His person, I’m going to say something. This is me saying something.
Christian fiction. Christian fantasy. Christian sci-fi. Christian writing. Christian writer. All of these things are part of the sub-genres that now litter the publishing landscape. There are pros and cons to having that moniker. I’ve had discussions with others about this very thing and I felt that it was a good time to write an in-depth post on my view on this since I fall into this category. In it, I’ll explain why I am not a Christian writer and how that doesn’t change my ability to market to Christians.