5 Ways to Get Clarity on Your Expertise

Ruth L. Snyder reading Equipped

Are you clear about what expertise you bring to your book topic? It’s important to have clarity on your expertise and unique contributions so that you can stand out in our noisy marketplace. Did you know that there are over 4 million books published every year? The average author only sells 200 copies of their…

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10 Surefire Ways to Make Writing a Habit

When you want to become better at something, it helps to establish some type of habit or routine. Creating new habits and routines of any kind takes time and effort. There are specific ways to start getting into the habit of writing regularly.  These are some of the ways you can learn how to write…

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7 Days of Great Canadian Giveaways – Day 1

I am excited to be a contributing author to the “7 Days of Great Canadian Giveaways,” taking place February 6 to 12, 2017. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to win an amazing prize package donated by outstanding Canadian Christian authors and recording artists. Please note that Canadian citizens living in Canada ONLY qualify…

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Birthday Bouquet – Haiku #1

Blooms of gold, crimson; Invitation to rejoice – To celebrate life.   Purple, pink, and white Reminder to accept all- Good, bad, easy, hard.   Soon the blossoms fade, Along with youth’s errors, dreams. Memories remain.  

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Author Profile – Janet Sketchley

Today I’m happy to welcome Janet Sketchley, a fellow Canadian author, to my blog: Janet Sketchley lives in Atlantic Canada, where she writes Christian suspense novels and blogs about faith and books. She loves Jesus and her family, and enjoys reading, worship music, and tea. You can find Janet online at janetsketchley.ca, and fans of…

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Harvest Haiku

This morning I received this invitation from my friend, Lisa Evola, who moderates the blog, A Beautiful Life: I’d like to invite each of you to write a harvest haiku. In case you don’t know what a Haiku is, it is a japanese poem that follows  this structure: 1st line – 5 syllables, 2nd line…

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Author Profile – Tracy Krauss

Today I welcome my friend and fellow author, Tracy Krauss, to my blog. Tracy Krauss writes contemporary Christian romance with a twist of suspense and a touch of humor. Her books strike a chord with those looking for a hard hitting yet thought provoking read – no sugar added. Her work has won multiple awards…

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Author Profile: Sally Meadows

Today I’d like to introduce you to another InScribe friend, Sally Meadows, who is an author and recording artist: Sally Meadows is a two-time national award nominated singer/songwriter and author. In 2015, she released two children’s books, Beneath That Star and The Two Trees. In addition to 7 Essential Habits of Christian Writers (2015), she is a contributing author to Hot Apple…

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Author Profile: Marcia Laycock

Today Marcia Laycock is my guest: I’ve lived a short distance from the Arctic Circle, in Dawson City Yukon, and two degrees off the equator in Papua New Guinea. But I now make my home in central Alberta Canada where I live with my husband and two rambunctious Golden Retrievers, Jorja and Jaxon. Tell us…

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