Remember my blog post on becoming bulletproof to negative feedback? Today I share an interview with an author taking it one step further! Camille DeAngelis is a highly compassionate human being. She lives intentionally and uses her writing to make
Thus far I’ve interviewed intentional writers with all kinds of messages, many of them connecting to very visible concerns like peace in the Middle East or interfaith understanding. Today, however, I am pleased to have author Sharon Angelici share her
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I’m so excited to have a new Goal Post Interview on a topic that is a writer’s fantasy – the viral post! In this one I got to chat with Maureen Wanket, a fabulous author, who had a post go
I’ve talked before about how fiction can shape the way we we think about the world and how it is important to write stories that focus on the ideas we want to share in the world. Author Lisa Brunette is
There are many models for how to write intentionally, and I am so excited to showcase Cory Martin’s today. Cory is an experienced writer (like wow!) and decided she wanted to not only write with intention, but publish with intention.
You may know that interfaith relations is something near and dear to my heart. My BA is in Peace and Conflict, and for my MA, I went to India for six months to study interfaith relations in one of the
As readers when we think about writing, sometimes we forget the importance of purpose. Purpose is what motivates a creator and can be very intentional, subconscious, or literally careless. This group of interviews is about those writers who create with
I have talked a lot about intentional writing, but who is doing this? Who are intentional writers who are actively using their words to make the world a better place? In order to give you a good idea of some
I recently sent out a survey to my writer friends about the kind of information they wanted. More than anything, they wanted to know more about marketing. That’s the big question. How does a writer get their work in front