It’s our 3rd Tuesday, so it’s time to look at writing opportunities. This could be your door to publication!
1.Â Better Homes and Gardens writers guidelines
2.Â ADDitude Magazine writers guidelines
3.Â Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine writers guidelines
4.Â Alive Now writers guidelines and theme list – Scroll down on right side for theme list and due dates
5.Â American Girl writers guidelines
6.Â Chicken Soup for the Soul possible book titles – Check out the latest story needs
7.Â Asimovâ€™s Science Fiction writers guidelines
8.Â CampSite writers guidelines
9.Â The Christian Century writers guidelines
10. Enrichment Journal writers guidelines
11. Parents Magazine writer’s guidelines
12. The Lutheran writers guidelines
13. Short Stories for a Fiction-Lover’s Devotional by Kathy Ide – Fiction-Lover’s Devotional Guidelines here
14. Reach Out, Columbia magazine, a regional print publication dedicated to proclaiming the life and work of Jesus Christ in and through ordinary people, is open to article submissions. We publish teaching pieces (800- 1,250 words), reflection pieces (500-800 words), and informational pieces on subjects related to the Christian life (health, sports, family, marriage, singleness, church membership, nutrition, etc., 800-1,250 words). Weâ€™re especially interested in subjects of interest to men. We are also open to 2-3 part series of articles if the subject can support it. ROC is not a paying market, but a print publishing credit looks great on your resume. Keep in mind that seasonal pieces must be submitted a minimum of three months prior to the month of publication. Please visit Reach Out Columbia for article submission guidelines (www.ReachOutColumbia.com)
15. Shine Brightly Magazine for Girls writers guidelines
Okay, writing friends, what are you waiting for? I can’t wait to hear of your successes!
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Are you serious about writing and speaking? If so, you’ll be serious about attending conferences.Â
Here’s a list of upcoming writing and/or speaking conferences. Make your plans now to attend at least one conference a year. You wouldn’t expect to get a job without being prepared and qualified, would you? You can be sure your chances of publication increase with your training and experience in writing as well.
1.Â Â Writers ADVANCE Boot Camp: February 20-22, 2015, Asheville, NC
2.Â Florida Christian Writers Conference: February 25-March 1, 2015, Leesburg, FL
3.Â American Christian Writers Mentoring Retreats begin in March: Various locations and dates
4.Â Mid-South Christian Writers Conference: March 7, 2015, Memphis, TN (Iâ€™ll see you there!)
5.Â Carolina Christian Writers Conference: March 13-14, 2015, Spartanburg, SC
6.Â Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference: March 25-31, 2015, Felton, CA
7.Â Write2Ignite Conference for Writers of Childrenâ€™s Literature: March 27-28, 2015, Tigerville, SC (I’ll see you there!)
8.Â Orange County Christian Writers Conference:Â April 24-25, 2015, Santa Ana, CA
9.Â Colorado Christian Writers Conference: May 13-16, 2015, Estes Park, CO (watch for details coming soon)
10. Northwest Christian Writers Renewal: May 15-16, 2015, Redmond, WA
11. Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference: May 17-21, 2015, Ridgecrest, NC (I’ll see you there!)
12. Write To Publish: June 3-6, 2015, Wheaton, IL
13. West Virginia Writers Conference: June 12-14, 2015, Ripley, WV
14. Christian Communicators Conference: Hold the date! August 26-30, 2015, The Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove, Asheville, NC. Registration will open late February. (I’ll see you there!)
15. American Christian Fiction Writers Conference: September 17-20, 2015, Dallas, TX
According to Random.org, this week’s winner is Lynn A. Davidson! Congratulations, Lynn. To receive your free copy of Rush of Heaven, simply contact me with your mailing address and we’ll get it right out to you!
And for those who didn’t win, here’s your direct Amazon link to Rush of Heaven. You know you don’t want to miss this one!
Thank you, dear friends, for another great Opps Tuesday at the Christian Writer’s Den. Be sure to come back next week for a learning experience from another great author!
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