I recently represented WestBow at the Festival of Faith and Writing in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Festival is “biennial conference that brings together writers, editors, publishers, musicians, artists, and readers for three days of discussing and celebrating insightful writing that explores, in some significant way, issues of faith.”
I was encouraged to see how receptive Continue reading
In this era of online images and videos, content creators (aka writers) continue to find new ways to communicate that help satiate the demand for visual inputs that can be easily shared.
As words have become images, the term “infographic” was coined to describe a graphic visual representation of information that is Continue reading
With over 57 million people in the U.S. reading blogs each day, blogging has become an important if not necessary way for authors to communicate with readers.
As with books, most blog readers try to avoid wasting their time on inferior content. One quick indicator of a professional blog is Continue reading