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Who Do You Write For? Is Your Writing a Calling or Offering?

 ALLOW ME TO INTRODUCE MY GUESTS
A team effort in writing the newly released primer for Christian Fiction Writers
~ WRITING IN OBEDIENCE ~
 WELCOME

TERRY BURNS  ~ an agent with Hartline Literary Agency for more than five years, but he’s been with the agency as a client for ten.
He has a substantial list of clients, and he’s a reputation for presenting to conferences all over the country. He’s taught at least one online course through the month-long  ACFW Course Loop and the fact he wears a cowboy hat has something to do with that particular course. Ask him about that.
Terry has over forty books of his own in print.

~ And Co-Author~

LINDA W. YEZAK ~ In case you’ve read some of the other books Linda has authored, you’ll not be surprised that she’s in love with horses and someday would LOVE to own her own stable full of them. . .in the mean time she manages to coral them into the books she writes.
Linda holds a BA in English, a graduate certificate in Paralegal Studies, and she says she has a bucket list as long as her arm.
Linda is under contract to Harborlight Books and has been a freelance editor for sweveral years.  She hopes and plans to continue with her writing and editing careers until she can retire with  her husband to their land in Central Texas where she’ll ride to her heart’s content.

 NOW ABOUT THAT BOOK?


~ WRITING IN OBEDIENCE~

This easy-to-read and easy-to-understand book is FULL of great depth and information EVERY writer ~ creative person ~ should read. Although it’s primarily for the Christian Fiction Writer ~ I found that anyone who does something using their God-given talents and gifts is going to benefit from having read this very special book~

I learned some valuable information while reading this book and I have to admit – there are more red lines under scoring sentences in this book than there are in many of the books I had to read for school, college, or writing study. 

I learned things about myself while reading this book ~ learned things I’m sure God intended I glean right NOW at this very point with my own writing ~ BUT ~ I learned MORE than how to determine if I’m writing in accordance to God’s will or mandate. God has used WRITING IN OBEDIENCE as an affirmation and confirmation in some of those dot-to-dots He’s been connecting in my life over the last few years. One more dot in my personal Journey To Joy ~ One more “I’ve got you in the palm of My hand, Joy.”

When I responded to Linda’s request for a review or influence for this book, I was immediately prompted to do it, although I’d had all the books I’d planned to review on my blog this year sitting in a pile at the end of my desk. I’ve not reviewed many Non-fiction books ~ BUT GOD ~ gave me a head-thwack as only He can do, and I emailed Linda right away. She graciously extended me the privilege to choose a date and time for my blog post and sent me material I requested.

~ WRITING IN OBEDIENCE ~ 

Part One:
Decision Time
Writing Under a Calling
A Lifetime of Offering
Just Say Yes
How Do You Define Success?
What Is Christian Fiction?
How much Christian Content?
Writing To Reach Unbelievers
Writing for the Different Types of Readers

      AND THAT’S JUST PART ONE

Part Two  ~       SPECIFICALLY FOR THE BEGINNING CHRISTIAN WRITER
check out the list there!
Part Three ~     IF I DO WRITE IT, CAN I GET PUBLISHED?

A book I HIGHLY recommend to anyone desiring to KNOW God’s will for them and their writing.
~ WRITING IN OBEDIENCE ~

Is available in print from your local bookstore, online or from the publisher at : 
For more information on this book AND the authors visit:

http://www.terryburns.net  and  lindayezak.com
Be sure to leave a comment for Terry and Linda – welcoming them to JourneysToJoy.net

THANKS FOR STOPPING BY 

38 thoughts on “Who Do You Write For? Is Your Writing a Calling or Offering?”

  1. Hey! I know Linda! And do you want to know a secret, Joy? Hmmm? Linda's mom likes me best. :)New joke for Mom, Linda, just a little late for St. Paddy's Day. What's an Irish 7-course dinner?A 6-pack and a potato! I'll bet she loves it. 😉

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  2. Good to see you all this morning. Diana, I've never read a book like this and it was so well written, do down to earth, why didn't I THINK Of that kind-of thing. . .GOD has used it to bless my life and writing already.

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  3. I am so appreciative of the fact you entrusted the book to me and my blog, Linda and Terry.May God bless you as you continue to write in the way He asks your to.

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  4. Oh, I wish there was a reply button on each comment. Pegg–Thanks for the tip about Goodreads. I'll see if I can do anything about it (but I wasn't the one who put it up.) Mom will get a kick out of your joke. You're right–you're her favorite. But SHE LOVES ME MORE! :DLinda, Robin, and Diane–thanks for posting. If you get a chance to read the book, I hope it blesses you and helps you in some way.

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  5. Hey! I know Linda! And do you want to know a secret, Joy? Hmmm? Linda's mom likes me best. :)New joke for Mom, Linda, just a little late for St. Paddy's Day. What's an Irish 7-course dinner?A 6-pack and a potato! I'll bet she loves it. 😉

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  6. Good to see you all this morning. Diana, I've never read a book like this and it was so well written, do down to earth, why didn't I THINK Of that kind-of thing. . .GOD has used it to bless my life and writing already.

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  7. Robin;Thanks for the comment – be sure to check into getting the book – it's WORTH every cent and MORE – also worth the time spent reading it.Blessings abounding,

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  8. YOU WILL NOT REGRET READING IT, PEGG – Linda G – I totally get – TEK-CHALLENGE – oh boy do I ever – I amaze myself every time a blog post PUBLISHES correctly.

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  9. Hey, Linda and Terry, you need to go over to Goodreads and spruce up your book info. It doesn't include Linda's name and there is no – gasp! – cover photo!

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  10. Oh, I wish there was a reply button on each comment. Pegg–Thanks for the tip about Goodreads. I'll see if I can do anything about it (but I wasn't the one who put it up.) Mom will get a kick out of your joke. You're right–you're her favorite. But SHE LOVES ME MORE! :DLinda, Robin, and Diane–thanks for posting. If you get a chance to read the book, I hope it blesses you and helps you in some way.

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