Mary May Larmoyeux

Remember the First Moonwalk: One Small Step for Man

One small step for man. One giant leap for mankind. (Neil Armstrong) On July 20, 1969, the lunar module Eagle landed on the moon. Six hours later, Commander Neil Armstrong stepped onto its surface. Do you remember that day ... that "moment"? I do. My dad and I walked outside our home on that very… Continue reading Remember the First Moonwalk: One Small Step for Man

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Guest Posts, Nancy Kay Grace

Pressing On in God’s Grace

Today, Nancy Kay Grace, author and speaker, shares about her new devotional/Bible study book, The Grace Impact, in the StoryWriting Studio. Nancy’s biblical teachings revolve around seeing God’s grace in everyday life. My writing journey began in 2007, when my stories were published in a couple of devotionals and Chicken Soul for the Soul books. This encouraged me to… Continue reading Pressing On in God’s Grace

The Writing Sisters

The Writing Sisters: Going All Out For God

The Writing Sisters, Betsy Duffey and Laurie Myers tell us about their new book, The Shepherd's Song in our guest post today. These award-winning authors and speakers believe in the power of story, "When we hear stories or tell our own story we connect, heal, and grow. Each of us is part of a bigger story – the story… Continue reading The Writing Sisters: Going All Out For God

Karen Jordan

Why Consider a Guest Post?

How important is a guest post? From time to time, I've been blessed with the opportunity to contribute a guest post to someone else's blog. I've also featured guest posts on my personal blog and on the StoryWriting Studio. Why do I think that's important? Make connections. This week, I'm honored to be featured on… Continue reading Why Consider a Guest Post?

Karen Jordan

Storywriters Studio: Connecting Aspiring and Experienced Writers

Do you sometimes feel alone in your writing journey? The journey to publication can be a lonely road. We can’t seem to find anyone who understands that call on our lives. Can you relate? Would you like to connect with other writers who understand some of the trials and tribulations of the writing life? The… Continue reading Storywriters Studio: Connecting Aspiring and Experienced Writers

Karen Jordan

New Bible Study by Mindy Ferguson: Eyewitness to Majesty

“... I don’t know what you’re talking about ...” (Matt. 26:70). Denial. Betrayal. Nothing hurts quite like the betrayal of someone you love and trust? But what if you were the one who had betrayed your closest friend? You turned your back on him in his darkest hour of need. Jesus had a friend like that--Peter.… Continue reading New Bible Study by Mindy Ferguson: Eyewitness to Majesty

Mary Elizabeth Hall

Amberly by Mary Elizabeth Hall

Author Mary Elizabeth Hall wrote our guest post today. Mary's debut novel Amberly was released in August 2012, and is available in all the usual places. Amberly is the first of a series called Crestmere. Visit Mary's website Writing to Inspire at maryelizabethhall.com. You can read her blog or follow her on Twitter, Facebook, or Goodreads.  The story behind Amberly has been in my mind for… Continue reading Amberly by Mary Elizabeth Hall

Kristen Clark

HALT! And Rise Above Your Biggest Writing Challenges

This is a guest post by Kristen Clark, a speaker and writer, and contributing editor for the online His Witness Ministries and New Beginnings Marriage Ministry. Her articles have appeared in numerous journals and magazines, while her inspirational stories have been published by Chicken Soup for the Soul. She lives in Texas with her husband, Lawrence. I love keeping busy… Continue reading HALT! And Rise Above Your Biggest Writing Challenges

Diane Markins, Kathy Carlton Willis

Diane Markins: Going Bold with Women in High Def

BOLD IS BETTER by Diane Markins “Your dress has really bold colors.” Does that sound like an insult in any way? How about this one: “That was a really bold choice.” Would you consider this criticism? I hope not! I’d never wear something that would melt into the background of a beige room. I’d hate it if… Continue reading Diane Markins: Going Bold with Women in High Def

Tara Ross

Tara Ross: Naptime

Happy birthday, Tara! I wanted to offer this birthday tribute to my daughter Tara, a hard-working, stay-at-home mom with five children. You can still find Tara online writing her humorous antics about her kids on Facebook. Plus, we’re working on a book together that I hope to be telling you about soon. “It’s almost naptime,” I announce… Continue reading Tara Ross: Naptime