Christian Writers Conferences

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Looking for the Next Level

Sometimes we feel as though we are somewhere-in-between in our writing careers–not a novice and not an expert. Mount Hermon Pre-Conference Clinics may help you move out of the somewhere-in-between.

Morning Mentoring Clinic: Best Choice I Could Have Made

What I hadn’t known was my mentor was knowledgeable, detailed, kind, encouraging, and, well, you get the idea. Susan K. Beatty tells us about her experience in a Morning Mentoring Clinic.

The Top Five Things You Shouldn’t Do in Kids’ Devotions

BLOGGER: KRISTEN GEARHART Managing Editor, Keys for Kids Reviewing Pre-Submission Manuscripts for Editorial Review and…

Making Friends at Conference

BLOGGER: TAMELA HANCOCK MURRAY A Literary Agent with The Steve Laube Agency, Tamela will teach…

Checklist for Conference Deadlines

IMPORTANT CONFERENCE DEADLINES With so many SPECIAL FEATURES that make the Mount Hermon Christian Writers…

The Right–and the Left–Way to Prepare for Writers’ Conferences

  BLOGGER: SARAH SUNDIN Historical novelist Sarah Sundin will serve as a mentor for the…

The Name Your Character Game

BLOGGER: CRYSTAL BOWMAN Crystal Bowman will serve as a children’s writers’ mentor in the Pre-Conference Next Level…

At the Cross

BLOGGER: JESSE FLOREA Editor, Clubhouse and Clubhouse Jr. Major Morning Track Instructor, Magazine Writing: Starting…

Pre-Conference Next Level Clinic ~ 12 Reasons Why

The Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference is packed with Extra Features. The Pre-Conference Next Level…

Don’t Miss The Facebook Giveaways

Only SIX WEEKS to go before we gather at Mount Hermon for the 47th annual…

Self Ambition, Self Preservation

BLOGGER: SUSIE LARSON Susie is teaching two Afternooon Workshops and serving on the Critique Team at…

Words–Love’s Sacrifice

BLOGGER: JAN KERN Pre-Conference Next Level Clinic Coordinator and Nonfiction Mentor; Morning Mentoring Nonfiction Coordinator and…

Morning Mentoring Clinics

The Morning Mentoring Clinics are filling up fast. As a matter of fact, Kathy Gillin’s…

Cross-Train Your Brain

BLOGGER: MARCI SEITHER Marci Seither will serve on the Resource Team as an Airport Shuttle…

Why Are Children’s Books Important?

BLOGGER: LINDA HOWARD Acquisitions Editor, Children and Youth, Tyndale House Publishers Teaching an Afternoon Workshop…

Small Houses Offer Big First Choices

BLOGGER: ANN BYLE A Literary Agent with Credo Communications, Ann will teach an Afternoon Workshop, participate…

Taming Time–Practical Tips to Increase Writing Productivity

BLOGGER: SARAH SUNDIN Historical novelist Sarah Sundin will serve as a mentor for the Morning…

Unleash Wonder in Your Writing

BLOGGER: JAN KERN Nonfiction Author Pre-Conference Next Level Clinic Coordinator and Nonfiction Mentor Morning Mentoring…

Q&A with Bethany House Publishers’ Fiction Acquisitions Editor

I’m loving hearing from our 2016 Conference Faculty on the Mount Hermon Writers blog each…

Ready for a Promotion

BLOGGER: SUSAN LARSON Susie is teaching two Afternooon Workshops and serving on the Critique Team at…

Can Bunnies Pray?

BLOGGER: CRYSTAL BOWMAN   CAN BUNNIES PRAY? Children’s authors often use animals as the main…

3 Ways to Impress a Judge

BLOGGER: ANGELA BREIDENBACH Angie will teach an Afternoon Workshop and serve on the Critique Team…

5 Questions to Ask Before You Self or Indie-Publish

BLOGGER: JESSICA KIRKLAND Agent, The Blythe Daniel Agency Jessie will teach two Afternoon Workshops, review Pre-Conference…

Allowing God to Lead You

BLOGGER: MARLA SCHULTZ Managing Editor, Molly Green Magazine Reviewing Pre-Conference Manuscript Submissions and Meeting with…

Writing for Middle Grade Boys

BLOGGER: TIM SHOEMAKER Serving as a fiction mentor for a Morning Mentoring Clinic at the Mount…