Of course, the Person I am thankful first for is our Lord Jesus Christ–our Prophet, Priest, and King!

Second, I’m thankful for my family, friends, and the wonderful fellowship of believers I am a part of every Lord’s Day.

Third, I’m thankful for the team of Write2Ignite bloggers who dependably bring you great content every Monday and Thursday. In case you’ve forgotten any of these lovely women, here they are:

Karley Conklin provides book reviews on the writing craft as well as insights into the writing process. She is a part-time librarian, part-time writer, and full-time bookworm. On her blog http://litwyrm.com/, she discusses all sorts of literature, from poetry to picture books. Her goal is to use the power of stories to remind others of hope and joy in a world that all too often forgets both. her own words.

Jarm Del Boccio draws from her travels, her debut novel, “The Heart Changer,” and what she has learned as a Christian and as a writer. Jarm (’J’ pronounced as a ‘Y’) finds her inspiration in everyday life, but in particular, when she travels the globe, observing the quirky things that happen along the way. Focusing on the lives of characters from the past, her passion is to breathe new life into the pages of history, offering her young readers hope, heart and a hero. You can connect on her website: Jarm Del Boccio, Author or social media platforms: TwitterGoodreadsPinterestFacebook and Instagram.

Marianne Hering is our newest blogger and brings a wealth of writing and editing experience to our group. Marianne Hering was a founding editor of Focus on the Family Clubhouse magazine. Since then she’s been writing for children and editing Christian books for adults. Find out more about the Imagination Station book series that has sold more than 1 million copies at MarianneHering.comKarl. You can connect with her on Facebook and Instagram.

Sally Matheny Besides being one of our bloggers, Sally is also our Pinterest expert. A freelance writer, Sally Matheny’s writing is published in worldwide, national, regional, online and print publications including AppleseedsClubhouse Jr., Homeschooling TodayPractical HomeschoolingKeys for Kids, and The Old Schoolhouse. Sally also writes curriculum, inspirational articles, and she has a few children’s books marinating before serving them to publishers. Blogging at SallyMatheny.com, Sally encourages people to live victoriously and to courageously tell the next generation wondrous things. You can connect with Sally on https://www.sallymatheny.com on her Facebook Page: Sally Matheny – Encourager, Writer, Speaker and on Pinterest.

Ava Pennington never ceases to amaze me with her spiritual insights and her application of the Scripture to us as writers. She is an author, speaker, and Bible teacher. She has published Daily Reflections on the Names of God (Revell) and co-authored two children’s picture books. Her articles have appeared in Christian magazines such as The LookoutToday’s Christian WomanPower for Living, and Focus on the Family’s Clubhouse, as well as blogs such as Revive Our Hearts True Woman blog. She has also contributed to 25 Chicken Soup for the Soul books. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

Nancy I. Sanders is our dynamic new blogger who comes to Write2Ignite with great enthusiasm, ideas, and experience. She is the bestselling and award-winning KidLit author of more than 100 books. Her passion is to help other KidLit writers (like you!) experience the joy and success of writing for children like she has. She has self-published two how-to-write books, Yes! You Can Learn How to Write Children’s Books, Get Them Published, and Build a Successful Writing Career is chock full of helpful career advice and practical applications you can use. Yes! You Can Learn How to Write Beginning Readers and Chapter Books is a must-have resource if you want to write for kids.You can find her on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

To our wonderful blogging team and to you, our followers:

6 comments

  1. Thank you, Carol! I’m thankful for you all as well, and am so glad to be part of the W2I team. 🙂

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