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Christian Writers Downunder · 16h ago

Is History Repeating?

What is it, to see history repeating? I suspect I recently stumbled across a personal example of this phenomenon. You see, I live in a little town called Mackay in North Queensland. Historically, Mackay was like most towns in this region. It relied o...
Christian Writers Downunder · 4d ago

Member Interview - Lynn Fowler

Each Thursday in 2018 we will be interviewing one of the members of Christian Writers Down...
Christian Writers Downunder · 1w ago

I Need A Personal Bubble For My Writing Space

by K A HartA distraction-free writing space. Does anyone have one? I have lived in this house for four years and I still haven’t found the right spot. Somewhere that’s comfortable, but not t...
Christian Writers Downunder · 1W ago

CWD Member Interview

Each Thursday in 2018 we will be interviewing one of the members of Christian Writers Down...
Christian Writers Downunder · 2W ago

Member Interview – Ruth Bonetti

Each Thursday in 2018 we will be interviewing one of the members of Christian Writers Down...
Christian Writers Downunder · 3W ago

Exploring Genres: Biblical Fiction

by Susan Preston“Those who call themselves Christians and attempt to follow biblical morality as they understand it are now among the most persecuted religious groups in the world (Newsweek,...
Christian Writers Downunder · 3W ago

Meet Our Members: David Rawlings

Each Thursday in 2018 we will be interviewing one of the members of Christian Writers Down...
Christian Writers Downunder · 4W ago

Total Wipeout or Totally Write It Out?

About a decade ago, the first Wipeout game show aired in the USA. Contestants threw and bo...
Christian Writers Downunder · 1M ago

Member Interview - Jenny Glazebrook

Each Thursday in 2018 we will be interviewing one of the members of Christian Writers Down...
Christian Writers Downunder · 1M ago

Story Telling in 3D

By Debbie RoomeThose who know me well will be familiar with my love of travel. This dates back a few decades but recently has become a way of life. I’ll never forget the day that travelling changed from a postcard view to something more tangible. And...