Interviews

Interview with Sally Jadlow

Today, we introduce you to Sally Jadlow, one of Wordsowers Christian Writers Conference workshop leaders. Sally Jadlow has written poetry for over forty years and delights in learning new ways to express herself. Beside poetry, she writes historical fiction, short stories, devotionals, and inspirational faith building books. Her God's Little Miracle Books have just been expanded with scriptu...
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Interview with Nancy Kay Grace

Today, I would like to introduce you to another one of our workshop leaders, Nancy Kay Grace. Nancy is the author of the award winning devotional, The Grace Impact. She has been published in several Chicken Soup for the Soul books, devotional compilations (including Abba’s Promise), and magazines. Currently Nancy has an article in the Spring 2017 issue of Just Between Us magazine. She lives in ...
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Interview with Tosca Lee

New York Times bestselling author, Tosca Lee keynotes the 2017 Wordsowers Christian Writers Conference, April 28-29th. Tosca graciously carved time from her hectic schedule to visit with us today.   Jeanie: Tosca, between writing deadlines, family responsibilities, book signings, upcoming conferences, and the May 2nd release of Firstborn, your plate seems full. How do you fit everyt...
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Interview with Nadine Brandes

Today, we would like to introduce you to conference workshop leader, Nadine Brandes. Nadine is an adventurer, fusing authentic faith with bold imagination. Her debut YA novel, A Time to Die, won the ACFW Carol Award while both it and the sequel finaled for the Christy Award. Nadine's been known to eat an entire package of Oreos by herself, and watches Fiddler on the Roof at least once...
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Interview with Ben Wolf

  Today, we would like to introduce you to conference workshop leader, Ben Wolf, founder of Splickety Publishing Group (SPG). He will be teaching three workshops at our 5th annual Wordsowers Christian Writers Conference, April 28-29, 2017. Ben says his writing career started in the 7th grade after he saw the movie Congo on TV. It was so bad that he wrote a parody of it set in Australia and ...
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Interview with Brooke Williams

Meet Brooke Williams, one of our conference workshop leaders.  We asked her a few questions so you could get to know her ahead of time.  What would you like conference attendees to know about you? Maybe something that would help them feel comfortable approaching you. I'm a stereotypical writer...an introvert at heart. The fact that I survived in radio is amazing to me today. If I can do ...
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Interview with Susan King from Upper Room

This year we welcome Susan King back to our conference. She will be presenting two workshops. Style: The Key to Excellence in Writing and Turning Personal Experience into a Devotional Message Susan and husband, Joe, have three grown children and two young grandchildren.  While Joe and their children are whitewater rafting on the Ocoee River, Susan can be found with her daughter-in-law and the g...
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Interview with Brooke Williams

Today our guest is Brooke Williams. She is a former radio producer and announcer turned stay at home mom/ freelance writer/author. Thank you for joining us, Brooke. Let's jump right into the interview. What do you do as a freelance writer? It’s such a fun job. I learn something new everyday. I write a variety of things for a variety of clients. I work for a marketing company that has me writing b...
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Author Showcase: Jennifer Slattery

  Jennifer Slattery writes soul-stirring fiction for New Hope Publishers, Christian living articles for Crosswalk.com, and devotions for Internet Café Devotions, the group blog, Faith-filled Friends, and her personal blog. She also does content editing for Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas’ Firefly imprint, and loves working with authors who are serious about pursuing their calling. Wh...
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Interview with Lee Warren

Lee Warren
Multi-published author/editor Lee Warren is also a freelance journalist. He has written hundreds of articles for various newspapers and magazines. He has also authored multiple contemplative essay and devotional books. Readers call his devotional books encouraging, inspiring and thoughtful, and his essays vulnerable, open, honest, engaging, insightful and thought-provoking. At the 2016 Word...
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