Write for Writer…Interrupted
**Currently looking for monthly columnists and a Friday editor for our author posts! If you’d like to build your resume, fill out the contact form!
We are always looking for serious writers and column editors who want to contribute to the Writer…Interrupted blog. You don’t have to be previously published. Simply state your interest and send a link to a writing sample. If we have something available and you fit our vision, we will let you know.
Author Interviews/Guest Posts
If you’re an author and want to promote your new release, I highlight authors every Friday. I prefer author “writing journey” posts that have a specific focus on encouraging the rest of us on our journey. Occasionally, I’ll do an author interview. If you want to be featured, fill out the form with the subject line: AUTHOR Journey and I’ll be happy to find an opening for you.
Please make sure you include the following in your post once a date is selected:
- Author photo
- Author bio
- Book cover
- Giveaway is optional but encouraged for most visits
If you are writing on Faith, please make sure you read the statement below.
For those writing on FAITH, I want to be in agreement and of a like mind and spirit. You must agree to one of these statements/tenets if your post contains any faith element. If you have another statement of faith you’d like me to look over, feel free to email me.
“I believe in the Godhead of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit as revealed in the Holy Bible. I believe that Jesus Christ is the only Son of God and my only means for the forgiveness of my sins and my salvation. My salvation is found in no one but Jesus Christ.”
“The Nicene Creed seems to be the “most widely accepted and used brief statements of the Christian Faith. In liturgical churches, it is said every Sunday as part of the Liturgy. It is Common Ground to East Orthodox, Roman Catholics, Anglicans, Lutherans, Calvinists, and many other Christian groups. Many groups that do not have a tradition of using it in their services nevertheless are committed to the doctrines it teaches.” You can view the Creed here… http://www.spurgeon.org/~phil/creeds/nicene.htm