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Category Archives: CWG Member News
It’s a beautiful autumn day as I write this. Here in Canada, we are still in shock that terrorism has come so close. It played out like a suspense novel. A young reservist, Corporal Nathan Cirillo, was shot and killed … Continue reading
Here’s a few tips for writers spending way too many hours at the computer: 1. I got an interval timer and set it to goose me every 40 minutes, at which point I MUST get up and move, shake, stretch, … Continue reading
Get your free Kindle copy of my book, Pondering Tidbits of Truth, Volume 1, by clicking this link on any of the three days listed above. We are all busy people. Many of us have convinced ourselves that we simply … Continue reading
CWG member Michael Seagriff recently published his fourth book, I Thirst for Your Love. Dom Mark Daniel Kirby, O.S.B., the prior of the Benedictine Monks of Perpetual Adoration of the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar at Silverstream Monastery, has … Continue reading
Where do you get your inspiration for writing? Do ideas come to you at strange times or can you be inspired by reading a book, watching a movie or looking at art work and photographs? For me, it is all … Continue reading
At their April gathering, the officers discussed the history of the Catholic Writers Guild. Originally, its small but active membership pitched-in to share administrative tasks. It had the feel of a Guild, a confraternity or sorority that developed the … Continue reading
CWG member Michael Seagriff is offering a free Kindle e-book this Tuesday, January 28, through Thursday, January 30, only. He writes: Get your free Kindle copy of my latest book, Fleeting Glimpses of the Silly, Sentimental and Sublime, by clicking … Continue reading