Hello from DigiWriting! As part of DigiWriting’s ongoing effort to help authors – both big and small – get discovered, we are launching our Q&A “I Am a Writer” guest blog series, and are inviting you to share your experiences and advice with readers and authors from around the world.
The Q&A blog process is simple: you’ll be sent a list of questions from which you will be asked to choose five (5) and provide a 75-100 word response. You also have the opportunity to include a short biography, author photo and one link to your website or a social media site of your choosing. This will allow will allow interested readers to connect with you thus, growing your follower base and potentially selling more books!
If you are interested in pursuing this fantastic opportunity, please let me know and I will forward the questions to you.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Monica, Adam & The DigiWriting Team
Can’t work out how to add a comment on Women on my Theology Bookshelf. But I just want to say thank you and wow! I have just read the list slowly and prayerfully as a litany of thanks and hopefulness.
PS I would add Sarah Whittle (St Andrews) in the Biblical Studies section.
Really interested in getting a recording of the song you wrote to Psalm 131 My heart is not raised up too high – is this available anywhere? Can’;t find it on the web. Thanks. Phil Jones.
Do you know of a woman theologian who has written on the Song of Solomon?
Hi Maggi, Steve Liberty from UEA days here, just wanted to reach out and say “Hi’ from across the years, from a very long time ago! Hope you are well, and all is good. From what I can see of your online presence, you are doing great! Hope you have a really happy new year. God bless, Steve
Hi Maggi. I was at Stamford High School from 70-77… Penny Chown. We are trying to organise a 40th reunion this July and I said I would try and contact you
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