That is, a revolution in hearts, thoughts and, for some, writing careers.
Michael Gantt, a good friend and author of Cry Mercy, kicks off today’s America’s spiritual and moral crisis. The audience is riveted as he parallels Biblical Israel with contemporary America. To conclude this gripping message, the book trailer my company, Logos Publications, created is shown to the audience, driving Michael’s message home.
I meet with some talented writers throughout the day and offer insight as to how they can make their manuscripts even better. I guess you can tell, I talk with my hands!
I’m so blessed to hear awesome feedback from conference attendees about the impact my lessons, manuscript critiques and encouragement mean as they pursue their own literary journey.
Meeting with a panel of editors from magazines such as Upper Room radically changes my perspective on how I need to share my personal life’s journey with the world.
My day picks up steam as I spend a good hour with my friend Tim Shoemaker (who I consider the master of Young Adult fiction) and go over my upcoming YA title (more on that in a future post).
We close out the evening with a laughter-filled presentation by all the authors Colorado Christian Writers’ Conference
Yes, a writing revolution is brewing. And that means, it’s a good one.
Pictures courtesy of Eric Sprinkle. Thanks man!