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Tracy Ruckman (tracy_ruckman) | 49 comments Mod
Writers, we all write for different reasons. Why do you write what you write?


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Deborah Dee (goodreadscomdeborahdeeharper) | 9 comments I write humorous, inspirational novels because they come naturally to me. By naturally, I don't mean I don't struggle; I do, believe me, I do. But it's so much easier for me to be funny and let me characters do the craziest things, while weaving God's glory into the story. One of my very favorite parts of the books I write is when I have my protagonist (a pastor) give a sermon. I just LOVE writing sermons.


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Cynthia (cynthiattoney) | 29 comments Mod
I write for young teens because that period was the most difficult for me, and I want to use story to help today's teens get through it.


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Cynthia (cynthiattoney) | 29 comments Mod
Deborah wrote: "I write humorous, inspirational novels because they come naturally to me. By naturally, I don't mean I don't struggle; I do, believe me, I do. But it's so much easier for me to be funny and let me ..."

How about a humorous sermon? I love it when the pastor also can make me laugh. Enjoyed one of those at a church I attended a while back.


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