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Facebook to Faithbook?

In case you missed it, the creator of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, made a couple of interesting statements last month. He claimed Facebook is “the new church” and the social network can take on the role that religion once did in … Continue reading

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A pause before the excitement of CWCL

 – by Nancy Ward, Coordinator of Committees With the Catholic Writers Online Conference behind us we have three months to prepare for the big Catholic Writers Conference – LIVE! Chairs Ann Lewis  and Ellen Gable Hrkach announce the theme is … Continue reading

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A season of changes for CWG Committees

by Nancy Ward, Coordinator of Committees Many of our CWG Committees are making changes this season: Blog: Kathryn Cunningham and Dennis McGeehan – Dennis reports that the blog is humming along with increased requests from those who would like to … Continue reading

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CWG Live! headlines committee fun

July is our busiest month at the Catholic Writers Guild as we prepare for our biggest event of the year, our annual live conference. It’s not to late to join the fun. Register here. Our committees are functioning well. As for … Continue reading

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CWG Committees are blooming like summer flowers

June is busting out all over with exciting opportunities to network and grow in our faith and writing skills. The committees are almost fully staffed. The main need is for publicity. We’re still looking for a Public Relations Chair to … Continue reading

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Cheerleading! Mutually Beneficial Author Support

There are a lot of us out there. Authors. With great books to share. Too often, though, we feel alone in our endeavors, trying to get readers to notice us in the roiling sea of other great books. This is … Continue reading

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How Facebook Has Changed My Blogging

I have a love-hate-hate relationship with Facebook. I much prefer Twitter, which is more like a crowded lunchroom, where you can pop in and out (or not) as you please. You can stick around and converse (or not) or browse … Continue reading

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Blogging Historical Fiction

My historical fiction blog is called Tea at Trianon. I post daily on matters of faith, culture and history, with an emphasis on the French Revolution. The blog has about 65,000 hits a month, with roughly 20,000 unique visitors a … Continue reading

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Volunteer Drive: Facebook

CWG MEMBERS ONLY: This is the next in series of activities the Guild does, and that it needs volunteers to help with. The CWG wants to be a force for promoting quality Catholic works–and quality works by Catholics. Won’t you … Continue reading

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