Nancie Laird Young & Family Life

Nancie and I are both alumni of the When Words Count Retreat book publishing program. We’ve so far only connected via e-mail and phone, but the shared experience at WWCR and having the same publisher is a powerful bond. Welcome to How Wise Then, Nancie. Getting It Right The cognitive psychologist Elizabeth Spelke says, “It’s not about being right. It’s about getting it right.” Kathryn knew The Mayflower Chronicles required extensive research to ensure the […]

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Team A.N.G.E.L. Series by C.J. Peterson

Kathy, thank you for allowing me to take over your blog for the week, and thank you for taking the time to read a little about my work in three sections: Team A.N.G.E.L. Series; ‘Tis The Season, A Holiday Anthology: 2020 Season; and Cruising (Adventures of Chief and Sarge Book 1). Team A.N.G.E.L. Series: Strength From Within; 5 Grace Restored Books; 3 Holy Flame Trilogy Books); 4 Divine Legacy Books My books are Christian/Fiction, but, […]

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An Imperfect World

This week’s blog is a series of excerpts from an interview I did with Ben Tanzer, which he published as “An Imperfect World” in Coil Literary Magazine. The full article is 4500 words. This is a considerably condensed version. An Imperfect World: Ben Tanzer talks with Kathryn Brewster Haueisen about the Mayflower, pandemics, & giving voice to Native Americans in her new book. To speak with Kathy Haueisen is an education about the story of the Mayflower and […]

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Rochelle Melander author

Achieve Your Goals for 2020

Do you have a plan to achieve your goals for 2020? Do you struggle to achieve your goals? Guest blogger Rochelle Melander offers insights about why we sometimes struggle to achieve our goals. The Life-Changing Magic of Engaging with Life By Rochelle Melander Last year, I talked with a writing buddy about our social media problem: hanging out online was interfering with our writing productivity. Does that ever keep you from achieving your goals? I […]

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Where I Find My Writing Inspiration

I asked colleague Elizabeth H. Cottrell, about where she finds inspiration. She helpfully replied with this guest blog. Thank you! Elizabeth is a freelance writer, blogger, and note writer. Enjoy reading her Where I Find My Writing Inspiration. Follow her at ++++++++++ How writers answer the question “Where do you find your best writing inspiration?” will be as numerous and varied as writers giving answers. For me—and I imagine for many writers—inspiration comes from a […]

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