Okay, so maybe you don't have as much of a K-cup obsession as the FV team, but we thought a coffee house theme for bloggers would get the creative beans brewing.
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My family adores Pixar movies. Every year, we look forward to their latest release, impatiently marking time until we can immerse ourselves in whatever new world they’ve created. We’re such fans of the studio that we even have their Digital Shorts collections.
As a mom of youngsters, I’ve spent countless hours in theaters watching duds [I'm not naming names, but I just saw a new movie from another animation studio, and it was a real turkey. By the way, whoever brought the disaster called Gnomeo and Juliet onto the big screen — I want those two hours of my life back. And my money, preferably with interest.]
Book Review How-Tos
Writing book reviews is an excellent way to receive free books from publishing companies and to share with others about your enjoyable reads. There are 5 must have components to give your book review a professional look. Adding these 5 components to every book review you write will take your review to a professional level and help you gain recognition for your writing.
1. Include Bibliographic Details
Co-authoring can be a challenging endeavor. Not only do writers have to combine their styles and preferences, but often they are still learning about their subject matter after the contract is signed. In a successful co-authoring experience both authors will grow — in their expertise, in the writing craft, and in their knowledge and appreciation of one another.
Using that criteria, Malia Rodriguez would rate her experience co-writing Chai with Malachi, along with Sandra Glahn, a success. We had a chance to ask Malia about her role in creating this four-lesson, Advent-themed addition to Glahn's Coffee Cup Bible Study series.
New Blogs in FV
- Breaking Moulds | Janelle Weibelzahl
- Thinking on God, the Bible, & Life | Brad Andres
- Seeking Eagerly | Elizabeth Legendre
- A Journal of Missional Living | Sharon Hoover
- Fascinating Mystery | Greg Flagg
- Mike Kim | Mike Kim
- Do You Know Why It's Called Black Friday | Karen Hodge
- Used Crayons | Kim Miller
- The Plow | George Krickl
- Teach 4 the Heart | Linda Kardamis
- Speak the Language of Your Soul | Jennifer Urezzio
- My Life His Story | Leigh Powers
- Faithful Book Corner | Melissa C.
- Treasures from the Secret Place | Debra King
- Bronwyn's Corner | Bronwyn Lea
- Lost in Wonder | Danny Reding
- Blabberings by Celeste | Celeste Conner
- Judy Douglass | Judy Douglass
- Christian First | David Buller
- Clear Vision | Inna LINK
- Gospel Moments | Steve Jeffries
- Make of Me... | Mallory Manning
Blogging on Advent
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