Welcome to week six of my dear, dear friend Patty Wysong's From A 2 Z 4 U and me. We're work through the alphabet - one letter each Tuesday. No rules, other than your post has to relate to the letter of the week. Link up at Ordinary Lives and check out everyone else's post. Click on the graphic above for more details, and stop by Patty's blog to link up.
In what will likely be a complete surprise to NONE of you, here at An Open Book, F is for FaithWriters. I've written about my love of this site several times before (click here and here), but today I want to focus on two specific things about this wonderful site: the upcoming conference, and the FaithWriters' blog. A significant thing will be happening with BOTH of these aspects of the "FaithWriters' family within the next several days.
|Games until all hours|
|Book table isn't just for books!|
And the big news? The early bird pricing has been extended until this Thursday! You have until the end of this month to get this incredible conference at an especially incredible value. Click here for more info and/or to sign up. You won't be sorry :)
SECOND: The FaithWriters' blog. This wonderful spot in the blogosphere has been around for nearly a year and a half now, featuring FaithWriters news, devotional, writing tips, and so much more. And the queen of that blog: the lovely, talented, and contracted writer Lynda Schab. Every one of the posts you've seen there in the past 15+ months has been lovingly collected/written/posted by that lovely lady.
Well, as of July 4, that's going to change. NO--Lynda is NOT going to stop being lovely, talented OR contracted! She is, in fact, going to put some of her focus on other freelancing jobs, her writing, and her lovely family (and maybe even find time for a life). And someone else is going to be taking over producing content for the FaithWriters' blog.
Yeah. ME.It is with excitement AND a touch of fear that I take on the responsibility of being "the FaithWriters' blog lady." (I made up the title - take it or leave it) I've got some big shoes to fill (though I'm guessing my size 10's are probably larger than anything Lynda wears!), but I'm excited about, and I believe up to, the challenge. Hope to see you there - and if you have any suggestions for the FW blog, don't be afraid to toss them my way.
Sooo - there's F! Be sure to stop by Ordinary Lives for more F posts. Fun stuff!
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