Writing Business

A Few Friends For The Journey

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The profession we’ve chosen can be a lonely one. For a lot of writers this is a comfortable place to be–at home with our computers and books. But even for those who like solitude, there comes a point when it’s too much of a good thing. None of us were created to go it alone, and as Christian writers it becomes even more important for us to find ways to connect with others. Here are some ways you can find a few friends for the journey.


Relationships in Writing

Aloha from Karen Whiting



I am so thankful for relationships I’ve developed with writers, authors, and readers, in the world of publishing. It’s a small world in many ways and networking is vital to success. But it’s also a place of friendships and connections. So many of my contracts came from relationships I developed. And, when I’m having problems, the friends I’ve made pray and support me.

Think beyond contracts and what you can get, to what you can give and how you can extend friendship.