This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunities featured on this blog site have been collected by Sally Clark. The source of the information is listed at the bottom of each post. Please check these websites for additional writing articles and information on submissions in other genres.

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Changes in Life

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, January 1, 2012

Welcome to Changes In Life

You are invited to submit to an Inspirational Anthology: The Woman I've Become

www.changesinlife.com 

The ChangesInLife website will be changing its format to be an e-zine. Please be patient while we work out the details.
 
One undeniable, universal truth is that the only thing in life we can really count on is change.The purpose of the monthly ChangesInLife newsletter (www.Changesinlife.com) is to provide an opportunity for women to share their experiences of the multitude of changes that are occurring or have occurred in their lives through personal essays. Although all submissions will be considered, special attention will be given to new and unpublished authors. Each month will include the Editor’s Column: “What It Was, What It Is”, followed by essays that have been accepted for publication.
 
So Why Write About Change? Life is not static. We make decisions and events occur each day that change us from who we once were to who we are today. Changes Occur:
  • in our thoughts
  • in our behavior
  • in our attitudes and beliefs
  • in our perceptions of the world we live in
These change can:
  • be self initiated or feeling as though they were “thrust” upon us
  • acute or sudden
  • occurring slowly over time
  • be positive/good or negative/stressful
  • be initially believed to be negative but in retrospect have enhanced our lives
  • often represent a transition or altering of our self perception
It is when we stop and reflect upon our lives that we become aware of the origins and impact of these changes. Writing about these changes provides an opportunity for greater self understanding. Sharing these experiences with others through the written word provides the opportunity for others to benefit from our observations and encourages them to examine the changes that have occurred in their lives.
 
250-500 words
 
Reading period is ongoing.


Tags: "christian writers" 
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Changes in Life

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, January 1, 2012

Welcome to Changes In Life

You are invited to submit to an Inspirational Anthology: The Woman I've Become

www.changesinlife.com 

The ChangesInLife website will be changing its format to be an e-zine. Please be patient while we work out the details.
 
One undeniable, universal truth is that the only thing in life we can really count on is change.The purpose of the monthly ChangesInLife newsletter (www.Changesinlife.com) is to provide an opportunity for women to share their experiences of the multitude of changes that are occurring or have occurred in their lives through personal essays. Although all submissions will be considered, special attention will be given to new and unpublished authors. Each month will include the Editor’s Column: “What It Was, What It Is”, followed by essays that have been accepted for publication.
 
So Why Write About Change? Life is not static. We make decisions and events occur each day that change us from who we once were to who we are today. Changes Occur:
  • in our thoughts
  • in our behavior
  • in our attitudes and beliefs
  • in our perceptions of the world we live in
These change can:
  • be self initiated or feeling as though they were “thrust” upon us
  • acute or sudden
  • occurring slowly over time
  • be positive/good or negative/stressful
  • be initially believed to be negative but in retrospect have enhanced our lives
  • often represent a transition or altering of our self perception
It is when we stop and reflect upon our lives that we become aware of the origins and impact of these changes. Writing about these changes provides an opportunity for greater self understanding. Sharing these experiences with others through the written word provides the opportunity for others to benefit from our observations and encourages them to examine the changes that have occurred in their lives.
 
250-500 words
 
Reading period is ongoing.


Tags: "christian writers" 
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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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