https://youtu.be/vNmLqBAYxrI Several prominent Catholic writers will speak at the eighth annual Catholic Writers Conference LIVE taking place July 27-29…
Lisa Hendey and Tiffany Walsh chat with CatholicMom.com contributor Lisa Hess all about what goes into Writing Novels for this week’s CatholicMom.com’s CM Hangout Podcast episode #26. If you love reading novels, or your curious about the process of writing novels, you’ll enjoy watching and/or listening to today’s CM Hangout.
The Association of Catholic Publishers (ACP) is pleased to announce the winners of the new Excellence in Publishing Awards, and CatholicMom.com celebrates with two of our own authors who are winners this year!
Lisa Hendey shares how Elizabeth Scalia’s new book “Little Sins Mean a Lot” is helping her reframe one of her worst personal habits: procrastination!
The Catholic Writers’ Guild will hold its annual online conference for writers March 4-6. 2016. This faith-focused authors’ conference offers presentations covering all aspects of writing from finding your calling as a writer to publishing and marketing your books.
You’ve spent months writing your first book – now what? Small Business Strategies, written by Jen Frost of Faith and Fabric, takes a look at working with a publisher vs. self-publishing your book. Joining in the conversation this month to share her expertise is Karee Santos, of Can We Cana, whose book will be published by Ave Maria Press this spring.
Suzie Andres describes her awe at the many ways the saying “No one can receive anything unless it is given to him from heaven” has been proven true in her life.
How can you possibly proofread a manuscript you’ve spent your life with for the last few months? Susan Bailey offers a quick technical solution that will make your words look brand new!
Your self-published or unpublished work could be worth up to $5,000! Read about the 2015 Tuscany Prize for Catholic Fiction.
Roxane Salonen introduces readers to the great Catholic writer, Flannery O’Connor, and invites them on a spiritual journey to Flannery’s former digs in Georgia through her personal blog. Grab a mint julep or lemonade and come along to the South with her and her fellow Catholic writer pilgrims this week!