Introducing Your Protagonist

Introducing Your Protagonist

This may seem obvious, and I’m probably preaching to the choir here, but unless you have an excellent reason for not doing so, the first person you need to introduce your readers to is your protagonist . . .

How to become the person you’ve always wanted to be!

How to become the person you’ve always wanted to be!

As Christians writing for a reason we can get so caught up in being earnest that we forget that writing should be fun. OK, yes, it’s work too, but it should certainly have some lighter moments . . . and who knows where those lighter moments might take you?

Here’s an idea to give you a break from your novel:

Going on a journey? Three things to remember!

Going on a journey? Three things to remember!

If your characters are going on a journey to reach a destination and final victory, think about how long the journey should take, and how many crises they are going to have to face on the way. Here are three questions you will need to ask yourself for your journey . . .

Communicating a Message

Communicating a Message

If we want to share the good news through story, we must do so in a way our readers will understand, or all our efforts will be wasted. So in this week’s post I’ve put together seven random thoughts that I hope might help . . .