Coffee Talk: Labor Day Roll Call

Today’s Coffee of Choice: Dunkin’ Donuts Whole Bean Original Blend

Today’s Scripture: Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people. - Colossians 3:23 (NLT)

It’s a holiday weekend in the States. My family has been quite busy the past few days, so I didn’t get a chance to post blogroll highlights on Saturday. Please find a few highlights after today’s Coffee Talk vlog.

In this month’s Coffee Talks, I’ll be posting a series of vlogs delivering helpful, professional information to give you a better perspective of what it means to pursue Christian fiction writing. I’m doing this as a review for myself and others as we prepare for the American Christian Fiction Writer’s national conference held at the end of the month, but you won’t have to be attending to get useful information out of what I share. No matter where you are in the writing process, this special series of Coffee Talk vlogs is geared toward educating and encouraging your growth as a writer.

First up is a great interview Michael Hyatt did with Rachelle Gardner awhile ago. If you have trouble viewing the video, please click on the link to view it from Hyatt’s original post.

Coffee Talk: Preparing for the ACFW National Conference

An Overview of Publishing c/o Michael Hyatt and Rachelle Gardner

Blogroll Highlights for Week of August 16, 2012

My new friend, Michelle Axton Kelly, shared about her difficult path to parenthood in a thought-provoking post over at the Proverbs 31 Encouragement Cafe. Click below to read more:
Just up from The Chocolate Shoppe is a post about preparing for the ACFW Conference you’re going to want to check out if you’re attending. It’s a great review for all of us!
Over by The WordServe Water Cooler there was a lot of buzz about the craft of writing. In fact, author Fred Hurr had some fantastic insight you will not want to miss.
Happy browsing!

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  1. Pingback: Coffee Talk: A Conversation with Rachel Coker | Spoonfuls of Grace

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