Every author hears a call they are meant to hear, an invite to unlock something of God in the world.
Dominic de Souza
Anthony is a marketing specialist who loves Robin Hood, and sharing his work with a community. With a group of friends, he created and published an enchanting, 100-page fantasy story for children, to create a new kind of storytime – stories written for the whole family.
Starting in high school, Kelsey has been writing historical fiction, and just self-published her latest novel – fusing faith and historical fiction!
Stefanie writes about dragons, epic fantasy, and her Christian faith. She’s working on a series of novels to explore ancient meaning in religion, through creative, imaginative worlds.
Susan’s journey is fun and whimsical as she mix and matches elements for her stories, and finds her own writing path. Getting that first novel done and dusted gave her a boost of confidence to keep going, keep writing, and always keep learning.
From our favorite sci-fi movies and novels, we’re taking apart the definition of science fiction, to find out where faith-inspired fiction can and should go.
Stephanie used to be Methodist and Atheist, before converting to Catholicism. Strangely, free rosaries kept showing up in her life. One day, she decided to free-write a novel, and used NaNoWriMo to get it underway.
Sr Grace Dateno loves Lord of the Rings, and being a media missionary nun! Inspired by ‘The Magic Treehouse’, she powered through her own series of children’s novels to explore the time and life of Christ.
Dominic and Katy provide a quick overview of story structure. You’ll learn the secret to keeping your story moving!
Dominic and Katy offer some tips that will help you sort through and process the feedback you receive on your writing.
Maybe this is actually a thing out there in Writersville, and I just re-invented the wheel. Welp… you’re welcome.
Many of us, when we’re starting out with our own characters, sometimes get stuck. I know I do. We make our characters too complex.
Stock The Shelves The Easy (And Free!) Way To Share Catholic And Orthodox Fiction With Our Local Communities.
Did you know you can suggest titles for your public library’s permanent collection?
So a writer friend of yours has asked you for feedback on their story. You can feel yourself panicking. How can you be honest without hurting their feelings?
Roseanna M. White is a best-selling, Christy-Award winning writer with dozens of books in print–and also a homeschooling mom, cover designer, and she and her husband run the WhiteFire Publishing Group.