Mark Redmond is the creator of the Arty Anderson Series. With lively characters, Redmond tackles thorny philosophical issues with a deft hand, all framed by a solid Christian faith. However,… Read more »
Today I answer a reader’s question: How does a writer find work, how do they know what to charge, and how do they get paid. Ah, timeless questions… Your wish… Read more »
The passing of a creative entrepreneur is something to be mourned. Today Beth and Jackie discuss the artists they miss. They also discuss: How many world woes could be solved… Read more »
So much stuff. Waaaayy too much. It was time to pare down the clutter in the office so Jackie and Beth discuss the pros, cons, and in betweens when it… Read more »
The only constant in life is change. Or so “they” say… Today Lindsay and Beth discuss pen names, reasons why they’re good, why you should use one, as well as… Read more »
I found a number of gems in this collection of quotes. “If you have any young friends who aspire to become writers, the second greatest favor you can do them… Read more »
As a writer, I spend far too much time at my desk. I write, I surf the ‘net, I (ahem) eat there, too. I’ve often thought of ponying up… Read more »
I’m typing this on my brand new “tablet.” I was going to nab an ebook reader, but every time I tried to read, the type was too tiny. It could… Read more »
The author of the blog ‘Inspired to Write‘ has made a post on Filbert Publishing. Click the link below to see the article 🙂 Five Tips to a More Profitable… Read more »
Read this. Interesting stuff.
Helen Gallagher at Pajama Marketing was kind enough to post my article, “Managing Deadlines.” How fun! Be sure to check it out… miss a deadline and you’ll probably lose a… Read more »
You can get into trouble, you can make yourself look unintelligent, you can wind up on the front page of a major newspaper. Yikes! Click here.
PLANES, RAINS, BUSES AND COWS Monica A. Andermann So there hadn’t been a stellar beginning to my teen-age visit of family in Brazil: an unexpected airport layover; a damaged suitcase;… Read more »
Riding the Orient Distress By Carol Celeste As a four-year old, the clanking, gapping union of cars that exposed the rails between Los Angeles and Tucson terrified me. In college,… Read more »
THE EMBARRASSMENT TOUR Sheryl Letzgus McGinnis This is not a funny story. Okay so maybe it is – to others. However, it’s kind of hard to laugh when the joke’s… Read more »
Troop 13 Rides The Rails. By Dave Kessler I was fourteen year old Boy Scout with a little peach fuzz on my face but the scattered blonde hairs making up… Read more »
Beth’s note: John was one of three second place winners in the Writing Etc. Travel Writing Contest. Enjoy his entry! Special Agent by John Poindexter I was a Special Agent… Read more »
“TAKE YOUR PILLOW IN A BIN LINER…” Patricia Longthorp “Don’t forget, take your pillow along with you in a bin liner,” instructed our Travel Agents. I was very nervous of… Read more »
My novel number 3, TGV: Trains, Terrorists, Trust, will be officially released in two weeks. Very exciting time. To kick off the festivities, Writing Etc. is hosting its second writing… Read more »
Incredible, incredible vid. Enjoy!