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Christian Writers Downunder · 6d ago

Value the gift you've been given!

By Jenny GlazebrookDo you ever wish for someone else's gift? As writers, we rarely see the result of our work. People quietly read our words in their homes. And reviews? Well, we all know ho...
Christian Writers Downunder · 1W ago

Confessions of a frustrated reader

I've read more books this year than in any other year of my life. Exhausted, I've looked for easy, light reading. I've dropped every free women's christian fiction ebook onto my kindle.  I've read, or partially read most of them.Confession 1. My phon...
Christian Writers Downunder · 2W ago

Exploring Genres: Nonfiction

In this cross-post between Christian Writers Downunder and Australasian Christian Writers,...
Christian Writers Downunder · 2W ago

So many writers, so many stories

In recent years, I have been to many writers’ conferences, seminars and workshops. I remem...
Christian Writers Downunder · 3W ago

CWD Highlights July-October 2017

Christian Writers Downunder is a diverse group of writers, editors, bloggers, illustrators. As a group we support each other through our facebook page and blog. Today's blog will highlight some of the achievements of our members from July-October 201...
Christian Writers Downunder · 3W ago

Me Too

Christian Writers Downunder · 4W ago

It's Conference Time!

Christian Writers Downunder · 4W ago

Pinterest : A Thousand Words

by K A HartSometimes I wish I’d pursued the art of painting or drawing earlier in my life....
Christian Writers Downunder · 1M ago

The Honey Bee

by D J BlackmoreWhat is the only insect that produces food eaten by man? You guessed it, Apis Mellifera. Or as we often know it, the honey bee.But did you know that the worker bee makes only...
Christian Writers Downunder · 1M ago

Why Anthologies?

by Jeanette O'HaganI was asked recently, 'Why contribute to an anthology?' Six years ago, when I dusted off the novel I wrote decades ago and started writing again, anthologies were the last thing on my mind. I struggled writing short fiction and my ...