Writing in the New Year: 3 Journaling Prompts for 2023

As we set new goals for 2023, it can be helpful to spend time reflecting and planning. Here are 3 journaling prompts to help you get started. … More Writing in the New Year: 3 Journaling Prompts for 2023

How to Critique Poetry in 5 Steps

Join Karley as she shares five steps to critique poetry, giving helpful and encouraging feedback to your fellow poets. … More How to Critique Poetry in 5 Steps

Solving the Story Maze: 4 Compass Points for Planning Your Novel

When you begin planning your novel, there are a million details you could consider. At the start of every idea lies an endless labyrinth of possibilities, of different directions your could take your plot. Some writers prefer to figure out as much of their labyrinth as they possibly can before they even think to put … More Solving the Story Maze: 4 Compass Points for Planning Your Novel

5 Poetry Writing Tips for Children’s Authors

How can poetry writing tips improve your children’s books? Join Karley Conklin for 5 ways poetry can strengthen your fiction writing. … More 5 Poetry Writing Tips for Children’s Authors

Book Review: “Mud and Water” by Cherie Haines

In her book, Mud and Water, Cherie Haines creates an engaging world with compassionate characters you won’t want to miss. … More Book Review: “Mud and Water” by Cherie Haines

The Fabled Stables: Exploring Early Chapter Books

Explore the world of early chapter books and enjoy a review of The Fabled Stables, one of my favorites. … More The Fabled Stables: Exploring Early Chapter Books

Summer Book Review: The Singing Serpent

Mermaids, monsters, and mysteries oh my. Find them all in the Singing Serpent, the perfect summertime read. … More Summer Book Review: The Singing Serpent

5 Summer Picture Books to Kick Off the Season

Check out these 5 Summer Picture Books to help you kick off the summertime season. … More 5 Summer Picture Books to Kick Off the Season

10 Journal Prompts for Writers

Strengthen your writing voice with 10 Journal Prompts for Writers. … More 10 Journal Prompts for Writers

WHO I am Thankful For

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 … More WHO I am Thankful For