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Positive Words that Form? How about “No”?

Today, I was blessed to have opportunity on Bronwyn Lea's blog to consider the formative nature of the word often spoken to me in love by my dad: "No..." Link to it here. Please leave a comment there, or even here. Questions for reflection: What were your own thoughts and responses? What positive words have formed you? By the way, I guest posted at the Redbud Writers Guild site two weeks ago. Read that here.

About Natalie, As Author, Part 4: Challenges and, Yes, Terrors

I'd sure like for us to become better acquainted. It's kind of awkward over the internet. However, I have a few Q&A items that might serve us to this end. Today's centers on personal challenges I've experienced - and still experience - in my writing life. I hope that you will comment below and introduce yourself, as well, and let me know what brought you here. Thank you! In advance: it's nice to meet you. To read the first three posts, click here. True Confessions… I think I’m a bit of a slow worker. Fiercely determined and committed, but slow. [...]

About Natalie, As Author, Part 3: For Whom Do I Write?

I'd sure like for us to become better acquainted. It's kind of awkward over the internet. However, I have a few Q&A items that might serve us to this end. Today's centers on the people - women in particular - for whom I write. I hope that you will comment below and introduce yourself, as well, and let me know what brought you here. Thank you! In advance: it's nice to meet you. To read the first three posts, click here. Today's Topic: "To whom do you write?" Well, Women, Leadership, and The Bible: How Do I Know What to Believe? [...]

About Natalie, As Author, Part 2: The Development of My Writing

I'd sure like for us to become better acquainted. It's kind of awkward over the internet. However, I have a few Q&A items that might serve us to this end. Today's centers on my development as a writer. I hope that you will comment below and introduce yourself, as well, and let me know what brought you here. Thank you! In advance: it's nice to meet you. How has your writing developed over the years? Since high school, people have told me that I’m a good (at times, excellent) writer; however, I never considered myself a writer—not until, that is, [...]

About Natalie, As Author, Part 1: On Writing As Calling

by nrweastman
I'd sure like for us to become better acquainted. It's kind of awkward over the internet. However, I have a few Q&A items that might serve us to this end. Today's post centers on writing as part of my life's calling. I hope that you will comment below and introduce yourself, as well, and let me know what brought you here. Thank you! In advance: it's nice to meet you. Today's Installment: How does writing fit into your sense of calling? During college, the Lord impressed on me that I would spend my life in ministry service, but that the [...]

“Men, Read More Books by Women.” _A Man

by nrweastman
Many publishers' efforts to market a book effectively often mislead potential readers into thinking "that's a girl book." Rob Carmack insists that this ain't necessarily so...

On A “New Wave” of Complementarianism

by nrweastman

You may have heard the term “new wave of feminism.” Today I stumbled across a blog post from earlier this year by one blogger who noticed a “new wave of complementarianism” among her readers via their comments, emails, and books they were recommending she read.