How to Write with Joy in Hard Times with Mary DeMuth

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How to Write with Joy; Mary Demuth

Writing is hard. Writing during difficult times is even harder. And yet, it is persistence through adversity that separates successful writers from those that don’t make it. So, how do you write when the going gets tough? How do you do it with joy? We have a special guest to help us answer those questions. 

Our guest today is a podcaster, novelist and nonfiction author of over forty books. She loves to help people re-story their lives. Mary DeMuth, Welcome to the Christian Publishing Show! 

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Sponsor: Christian Writers Institute

If you would like to learn more from Mary DeMuth, we have a lot of courses by her in the Christian Writers Institute including Unlock Your Non-Fiction Writing Potential and How to Write a Non-Fiction Book Proposal. As always, use one of the links in the show notes or the coupon code “podcast” to save 10%.  You can get it in Print or Online

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4 Responses to How to Write with Joy in Hard Times with Mary DeMuth

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    Andrew Budek-Schmeisser September 29, 2020 at 7:02 am #

    The wild wind sweeps the meadows,
    the devil’s sulphur-breath;
    flock huddles in the shaows,
    so ill-prepared for death!
    The sun has gone a-hiding
    within a storm-tossed sky,
    and there is no good tiding;
    fell days are gathered nigh.
    But somewhere in the cloistered heart
    (if we look, we see)
    that doom hath not the winning part
    ‘gainst trumpet-blast from Calvary,
    and so with lifted eyes I praise,
    and sheep, again, will safely graze.

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      Andrew Budek-Schmeisser September 29, 2020 at 7:05 am #

      Aargh. Typos!

      Line 3, obviously, ‘shadows’. What’s a shaows, anyway? Sounds like something you’d get at a kebab place.

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    Ann L Coker October 1, 2020 at 11:58 am #

    I highly recommend Mary DeMuth as an author, mentor, and teacher. Her CWI course on non-fiction is excellent. I’m reading her Pray Every Day book and listen to her Pray Every Day podcast daily. When she asks, “Mind if I pray for you?” I’m invited into God’s throne of grace.

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    Mary DeMuth October 1, 2020 at 3:25 pm #

    Ann, thanks for your very kind words! I’m humbled.

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