Posted by: nancyisanders | September 7, 2021

Writing Is Community

Recently, I was blessed to attend the Christian Product Expo in St. Louis, Missouri.

Wow…it’s been quite a while since I met with fellow authors and friends in the publishing industry. 2020 was a quiet year.

It was so fun to gather together again.

There were dinners, and awards, and book signings, and friends, and so many “God-moments.”

And did I mention friends?

One of my writing friends, Crystal Bowman, made a comment there that has really stuck with me. She mentioned that many people mistakenly think that as writers, we compete against each other. Instead, Crystal said, writers are a community.

I heartily agree!

Instead of competing against each other, we’re a community of dedicated scribes, encouraging each other, helping each other promote our books, lending a helping hand and heart to one another in any area or need that arises, and cheering each other on along our journey.

Thank you to each one of you who are part of my writing community!

You certainly add joy to my journey.

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Responses

  1. I love our community!!

    • Jarm, I feel so blessed to have you as part of our community, too!

  2. Nancy, thank you for sharing Crystal’s wonderful insight, and for being part of my community!

    • You’re welcome, Rebecca! And it’s so wonderful to be walking together on our writing journeys!!!

  3. Amen! And you have always been so generous to share your expertise, Nancy. It’s been a great help to me.

    • Thank you so much for your kind words…isn’t it wonderful to be part of our community?

  4. I’d be lost without my writing community! Happy to be on the path with you!

    • Yay! I feel the same way about you!!!!


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