Writing Works That Reach Beyond the Sunday school Classroom
Writing Christian material, whether fiction or non, can be difficult. You want your writing to contain enough grit to keep it authentic without compromising on truth. You want non-Christians to relate, without presenting a watered down message. Each week, it seems, writers debate this very thing on countless email loops and FB walls. How much grit is too much? How much truth is too much? How can you speak truth and entice or are the two mutually exclusive?
Join me at the Christian Fiction Online Magazine as I discuss this very thing, using insight gleaned from successful cross-over authors.
Come find out how authors like Lisa T. Bergren and C.S. Lewis do it, learn how Christ to the World gently speaks truth into the lives of Muslims, Hindus, and others in 32 countries across the world, and find out what Randy Ingermanson means when he says crafting novels is like making soup. Then stop back here so we can chat about it. I’d love to read your thoughts! Thanks, Bonnie S. Calhoun, for allowing me to share something very near and dear to my heart! http://www.christianfictiononlinemagazine.com/home_publisher.html