Author Archives: Annette K.Tenny

About Annette K.Tenny

Annette Tenny is a regular contributor to the Catholic News Herald, the Charlotte, NC Diocesan newspaper. She has worked with middle and high school kids in sacramental preparation as well as the 'little peanuts' in Children's Church. Annette is currently discerning becoming a Secular Franciscan and plans to begin her Lay Ministry studies in the fall of 2012. She is also working on her first non-fiction book geared to those discerning or currently in the RCIA process.

Catholic Media Conference Kicks Off June 18 in Charlotte!

Editor’s Note: If you are looking for the Catholic Writers Conference in Chicago, July 29th – August 1st, 2014, sponsored by the Catholic Writers Guild,  Click here.  That said, we are absolutely thrilled that the CWG is invited to reach … Continue reading

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Catholic News Herald seeks speakers for 2014 Catholic Media Conference

Fellow Guild Members, I am writing on behalf of Patricia Guilfoyle, the Editor of the award winning Charlotte, NC diocesan newspaper, Catholic News Herald. The Diocese of Charlotte will  host the 2014 Catholic Media Conference next June (18th-20th). This is … Continue reading

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Lawn Chair Catechism: Break the Silence

When Jennifer Fitz sent out an email to CWG members asking for volunteers to write a blog piece in conjunction with CatholicMom.com’s new summer project,  Lawn Chair Catechism, I jumped right in. The writers over at CatholicMom.com  had chosen Sherry … Continue reading

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The Year of Faith starts today!

You’ve been praying about it, thinking about it and talking about it – and it’s finally here! Pope Benedict XVI has designated this year as the Year of Faith and we have two great opportunities for you to strengthen, fortify … Continue reading

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Guild members are winning, publishing and practicing Acts of Mercy with their writing

“The Song of the Saw-Whet Owl”, a story written by member Ed Hara, won 1st place in the Writer’s Digest 81st Annual Competition in the Inspirational Writing category. Ed won $1000, $100 off any purchase from the Writer’s Digest Shop, … Continue reading

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A shout out to past Live Conference attendees – and a request

First, a huge thank you to all members and friends who have attended our Catholic Writers Guild Live Conference in the past! Your support is forever appreciated and as always, our prayer is that you found some encouragement and benefit … Continue reading

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Nancy Ward’s new website, JoyAlive seeks to create a spiritual network

CWG member Nancy Ward believes in the Joy of the Lord. She sees it as a source of personal inspiration and motivation to be sure but more than that, as a vital, tangible force. This force, experienced in the ebb … Continue reading

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Calling all members!

Hopefully all of you are aware of the Catholic Writers Guild Live Conference, August 29-31, 2012, in Arlington Texas. It’s going to be great! It’s going to be awesome! We need your help however, to spread the great awesomeness of … Continue reading

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Amazing Catechist website interviews member Christian LeBlanc

Lisa Mladinich, catechetical author and founder of Amazing Catechists, recently wrote a rave review of member Christian LeBlanc’s new book, The Bible Tells Me So: A Year of Catechizing Directly from Scripture. The review is actually embedded in a enjoyable … Continue reading

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Self publish website offers sweepstakes

Are you thinking about self publishing but don’t know where to start? Maybe you’ve already got a book “out there” but are struggling with branding, markets, your author website – any number of things. You’re in luck – there’s a … Continue reading

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