This article is an entry in the MAI Devotional Writing Contest. By Daniel Nalbantski, Bulgaria I have lots of fun writing novels. I feel the master of my protagonists’ destiny. I can do with them anything I want: I could make them talk the way I’d talk, and do things I’d do. I could kill
This article is an entry in the MAI Devotional Writing Contest. Try your hand at a 400-word devotional to encourage fellow writers worldwide. See contest guidelines and rules. By Melanie N. Brasher, Canada He has made everything beautiful in its time. ~Ecclesiastes 3:11 In the cool November air, I sip tea on my porch, watching
This article is an entry in the MAI Devotional Writing Contest. Try your hand at a 400-word devotional to encourage fellow writers worldwide. See contest guidelines and rules. By Elizabeth Wickham, Spain I grew up in a ground-floor apartment. Outside my bedroom window was a community almond tree that I considered practically mine. In the
By Dan Balow When Al Ries and Jack Trout published their classic marketing book Positioning in 1981, the concept of the book and the single-word title became a white-hot marketing buzzword, much in the same way as “platform” is today. I am not going to dig into that classic business title today or come up
By Joan Campbell Fear has many facets, and recently I discovered an unexpected one, which has taken a sneaky hold of my life. I’m not quite sure how to shake it, but naming it may be a good start, so here goes. Not too long ago, I was reading an article on the psychology of
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