Christian Writers’ Market Guide 2008 by Sally Stuart – CFBA Feature

Originally Posted at Bibliophile’s Retreat by Melissa Meeks

This week the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance introduces:
Christian Writers’ Market Guide 2008 by Sally Stuart
WaterBrook Press (January 15, 2008)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Sally Stuart has been writing for the last 40+ years, and has been putting out the annual “Christian Writers’ Market Guide” for the last 23 years. Her other writing includes several Christian education resources books, a children’s picture book, a basic writing text, writing resources, and a western novel–plus hundreds of articles and marketing columns. She writes marketing columns for the “Christian Communicator”, “Advanced Christian Writer”, and the Oregon Christian Writers’ Newsletter. She speaks and teaches at Christian Writers’ Conferences nationwide. Sally is the mother of 3 and grandmother of 8. She and her husband, Norm, spend their free time vacationing on the Oregon coast.

Check out her blog!

ABOUT THE BOOK:
The essential reference tool for the Christian writer, Sally Stuart’s Christian Writers’ Market Guide is now in its 23rd annual edition!

Check out the section on Blogging on page 69…the CFBA is listed!

Writers’ Conference listings, Book Publishers, Magazine Publishers, and a Bookstore filled with the resources you need to be successful in this business. Get a Book Contract or Manuscript Evaluation, and check out the Writer’s Resource links. This book has all you need to connect to all these valuable helps for the beginning, intermediate, or professional writer.

To keep you up to date with the latest marketing news, visit Sally Stuart’s new marketing blog, Christian Writers’ Marketplace.

A new, updated version of the Christian Writers’ Market Guide is available about January 15 each year.

MY THOUGHTS:
I only just discovered this reference book existed so haven’t had a chance to thoroughly explore the resources it lists. Despite the short time I’ve had to look through the book, I have found in skimming it that not only does it have a huge listing of various resources categorized by purpose for writers, there are even a few resources listed for freelancers and proofreaders/editors (as in editing a piece of writing). There are likely other areas related to publishing and writing that could find useful materials in this guide as well that I have yet to discover. I look forward to digging into these materials deeper as the year progresses.

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