Christian writers, do you spend time in God’s Word on a regular basis?
Are you at peace with where you are in your writing career? Or are you struggling through your writing days? Are you rejoicing in the goodness of God? Or are you having a wish-it-were-better writing season?
Regardless of where you are in your personal and professional writing journey, whether you are a published or unpublished writer, this inspirational weekly devotional book is for you.
Written in a pocketbook format so you can read each entry on your smart phone or tablets or alongside your Bible in your personal devotions or Bible study, Writing Days: 52 Devotionals for the 52 Weeks in a Christian Writer’s Year has one goal: to encourage you, Christian writer, in your daily and weekly walk with God, hopefully strengthening your faith in the Lord Jesus Christ as you serve Him through the gift of writing.
May your writing journey be abundant, fruitful, and pleasing to God!
“At last, a devotional that reaches into a writer’s heart and soul! Whether you’re a new writer or a seasoned one, Writing Days is a gem of a resource offering inspiration, encouragement, and godly wisdom 52 weeks of the year.” – Laura Frantz, author of The Ballantyne Legacy series, The Colonel’s Lady, and Courting Morrow Little
“Jan Thompson’s book, Writing Days: 52 Devotionals for the 52 Weeks in a Christian Writer’s Year, includes timely Scriptures and thoughtful insights writers will appreciate, along with practical action steps they can take each week to draw closer to the Lord as they move ahead on their writing journey. These devotions offer encouragement and provide a weekly spiritual focus that will help writers honor the Lord and find rest and joy as they write for Him.” – Carrie Turansky, award-winning author of The Governess of Highland Hall, The Daughter of Highland Hall, and Surrendered Hearts
“When I am writing it is so easy to let everything else in my life slide–especially devotions. Thompson’s encouraging book does a wonderful job of setting the tone for the week by focusing our mind and hearts on God. It’s a valuable resource that belongs on every writer’s Kindle!” – Traci Tyne Hilton, author of the Mitzy Neuhaus Mystery series and The Plain Jane Mysteries