Click one of the links below to take you to our new home!

Monday, November 27, 2006

Carnival of Christian Writers #2 November 2006

Welcome to the second carnival! We're pleased to offer you a variety of posts from Editors, Authors, and readers for your intellectual and recreational reading pleasure. As you journey the writing grounds, be sure to leave comments and tell them the Carnival of Christian Writer's sent you. Please keep your hands and feet inside at all times and buckle up for your safety. Enjoy the ride...

Acquistions editor, Terry Whalin gives us Straight Talk For Less Than Fifty Cents with 18 Keys to a Rejection Proof-Submission.

At Forensics and Faith, Seatbelt Suspense™ author Brandilyn Collins tells us her new fave compliment from a fan. (Knowing Brandilyn, it's bound to be twisted.)

Ane Mulligan knows submitting your manuscript to publishers and agents - and surviving the process - is a rollercoaster ride. How can you endure and live to submit again?

Michelle Pendergrass at Just A Minute explores how Much Study Wearies The Body.

Author Margaret Daley shares how she weaves her faith in books.

Gina Conroy at Portrait of a Writer...Interrupted is tired of trying to drive her writing career and is asking Jesus to take the wheel.

Mary E. Demuth's tongue in cheek look at the publishing industry is entirely fictional, though the name Jeanne Damoff is real.

Cara Putman's recent viewing of Dreamer was actually a lesson in plotting in two hours.

Linda Gilmore confesses she's Addicted to love or something like it.

Patrick Borders presents Muse? I don't think so-- posted at Emdashery.

Kaye Dacus presents Subplots posted at Ramblin' Writer.

Dianne encourages us to encourage others with A Word Fitly Spoken posted at Unfinished Work.

Robin Bayne reminds us of The Silent Fellowship with a devotional from Streams in the Desert at Between Sundays.

Jeremiah McNabb joins us with his entry Discernment or Christian Cop-Out.

Jenny Cary meets author Jack Gantos and shares Reading and Reaching One Another.

Nicole Petrino-Salter at Into the Fire ruminates after three editor interviews atReflections, Part Two.

Heidi Shelton-Jenck asks what was your defining moment? posted at HJS Writer.

Mike Duran explores unfashionable reading and the lack of literary depth.

Jennifer Tiszai at Sonoran Saga mixes Motherhood, Writing and Cupcakes.

Heather Goodman at L'Chaim gives you a bit of flash fiction.

Missed submitting this month? Have a perfect post for next month? Don't put it off! Submit now for December's Carnival!

Special thanks to Michelle Pendergrass and Gina Conroy for putting together this month's carnival.


mommy to four j's said...

Heather please help I am so confused she starts acting so weird and freaky is this normal. Please give me all information that you have. Char

Tina said...

A great line up, Gina. Thanks!