12 Organizing Tips for the New Year

By Alycia Morales, @AlyciaMorales   I don’t know if it’s the head cold, taking down the Christmas decorations, or just the urge to clean and purge, but I’ve found myself deep cleaning the house this week. Our tree, which was quickly becoming a fire hazard, came down January 2nd. Only a couple of days later, […]

Taming the Beast Called Time Management

By DiAnn Mills, @DiAnnMills Busy writers realize they must master the feat of time management or they will fall into a hole called overwhelmed and unproductive. With a few guidelines, we can learn how to take charge of our responsibilities and give us time to spare. The key is to understand life is filled with […]

We Have an App for The Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference – and IT’S LIVE!

We have an App for That and IT’S LIVE! As I promised, I’m going give you a tour. And yes, we have an app for that! Today I’m going to give you a tour of the Blue Ridge Conference app to whet your appetite. NOTE: Although the app is live, it’s currently being updated from […]

Capture Those Elusive Writing Ideas

by Edie Melson @EdieMelson As a writer, I’ve come to realize the value—and the elusiveness—of writing ideas. They come and go like beautiful blossoms in spring. And just like flowers, if we don’t pick them and save them, we lose them. So today I’d like to share some tips for catching and storing writing ideas. […]