Pantsers are the type of writers who thrust themselves behind a screen and begin typing—without an outline! But if famous authors such as Stephen King and George R.R. Martin deem themselves to be pantsers, some pros must exist for this daring group.
One weekend at the Maranatha Christian Writer’s Conference strained me more than any cross-country race. Several “hills” emerged.
If Taylor University taught me nothing else, it’s that life is all about connections. And it’s this realization about connectedness that has helped me keep perspective and stay motivated through the three years and five jobs since my 2014 graduation.
Since its onset thousands of years ago, writing has served as one of the greatest—if not the greatest—form of communication the human race has had at its disposal. But what sets this form of communication apart from the rest?