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Sarah Flick’s Writing Tip #4: Read

As an author and spiritual director, Sarah Robinson Flick’s writing evokes a sense of the seasons, sacred places, and the spiritual nature in life. In this series of blogs, Sarah walks us through some of her best writing tips. These…


Sarah Flick’s Writing Tip #3: Experience the Outdoors

As an author and spiritual director, Sarah Robinson Flick’s writing evokes a sense of the seasons, sacred places, and the spiritual nature in life. In this series of blogs, Sarah walks us through some of her best writing tips. These…


Sarah Flick’s Writing Tip #2: Value Encouragement

As an author and spiritual director, Sarah Robinson Flick’s writing evokes a sense of the seasons, sacred places, and the spiritual nature in life. In this series of blogs, Sarah walks us through some of her best writing tips. These…


Sarah Flick’s Writing Tip #1: Write For Yourself

As an author and spiritual director, Sarah Robinson Flick’s writing evokes a sense of the seasons, sacred places, and the spiritual nature in life. In this series of blogs, Sarah walks us through some of her best writing tips. These…


How to Write

Volume III / Issue 4 — 15 February 2022 Have you ever wanted to be a writer? Not just write for yourself, in your journal, or to your best friend… but a professional writer. Someone whose words are read by…


Writer vs. Editor Feedback

by Martina E. Faulkner Over the years, one of the most fascinating things I’ve learned is the importance of being discerning in asking for feedback. Each time I have completed a manuscript, I have sent it to a select group…


Poetry & Prose

What does it mean to have courage? Well, I think we’ve seen extraordinary examples of courage these past few months as we all dealt with universal and personal struggles. For me, courage means being brave enough to take chances—to put yourself “out there” and stake a claim in this life.