Have you taken a walk around the web this month and found valuable advice? Here are a few posts I’ve found enlightening in one way or another.
So much truth in Edwina Cowgill’s post “Step Out of the Traffic” on the Musings of Edwina blog, especially in light of the current culture in the U.S. and around the world.
When I can, I enjoy watching NASCAR races (Congrats, Joey Logano!), so I was intrigued by Lori Hatcher’s title “How Bump Drafting Can Help You Grow Spiritually.” I loved her use of the drafting idea as an analogy for our need to learn from more mature Christians.
If you’re like me, you’ve probably experimented with different processes for story structure, including Michael Hauge’s Six-Stage Structure. “Plot and Structure: Michael Hauge’s Six-Stage Structure” on the Christian Editing Services blog has some interesting thoughts and links to more information on that particular form. The video is also worth watching, though it is long.
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