Try Your Hand at Poetry

by Sarah Tun Three reasons to write poetry:  to get the creative juices flowing to connect with literary journals as possible publishing outlets to be encouraged because a little bit of publication can bring a lot of joy! I’m sure you can find others.  Be motivated:  Have you ever tried writing poetry? Or is it
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Why Do You Write?

by Sarah Tun Is it for wealth? Game? Compulsion or curiosity? I believe for many of us, writing is a calling. It may be a ministry to GOD Himself, or a means of prayer and relating to Him. It may be a ministry to others, a bit of evangelism or theology. It may be to
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The Cost of Breakthrough

by Sarah Tun Authors need fellowship. Teachers speak the same language, scientists and artists do too. And so do writers. Perhaps it’s because our work is generally solitary that we often don’t recognise our need to “socialize” or it may be that we are so used to managing on our own that we have learned
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Praise is a key to our breakthrough

by Sarah Tun As Christian writers, let us write as giving praises to GOD. In anything we do, let it be an act of worship. In 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, Paul writes, Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. There it is!
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I used to HATE book marketing…

by Sarah Tun On the 22nd of February, I commented on a post written by AC’s CEO Tom Blubaugh called, “Hate marketing and promoting?” A modest-by-nature author, I don’t look for the limelight (please ignore the fact that I was a performing artist for ten years… I didn’t like the limelight then either, hence I’m
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Writing and the Principles of Sowing and Reaping

by Sarah Tun We reap what we sow. Isn’t that right? So here’s how I encourage us all, myself included, to pour into Authors Community in order to reap what we need from it. Writing is, generally speaking, a solitary experience. Here at Authors Community, we are a collective of individuals, accustomed to working primarily
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