A friend and I were browsing Barnes and Noble the other day in an attempt to kill time, and we stumbled across the section labeled “Self-Help: 20-somethings.” Now, of course being twenty-somethings with larger than average egos, we were intrigued. And a little bit disgusted. In short, the perfect mix of things to be in order to pick up and flip through every book with an interesting or cringe-worthy title. Continue reading “Are You a Hassle or an Asset?”
Recently, in an attempt to advertise a site that I no longer write for, I joined a couple of Christian writers groups on Facebook. After I quit the site, I was too lazy to unsubscribe from them (and managing Facebook notifications makes me want to punch a wall), so I still see the new posts. I also follow a lot of Christian blogs, usually by people who claim to be fiction writers.
And a lot of what I see is deeply disturbing to me, both as a Christian and a writer. Continue reading “Hey Christians! Stop Ruining Young Writers!”