Words on the Wing
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Words on the Wing

Writing from a Christian worldview

Rotten, burst open, dried up pomegranates hang onto limbs well after leaves have fallen from the tree.
Does your writing express the fruit of the Spirit or fruit of another kind? (Photo by author)

Superficially, narrative fiction is mere escapist entertainment. Beneath the surface, writers are telling a story to express ideas. Authors use narrative to paint pictures of life, to draw boundaries around opposites, to place markers where they take a stand, and to take readers on a flight through clear skies…



From the collaborative community of The Book Hatchery at Siretona Creative.

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Travis Williams

In central Georgia from my desk at a window overlooking my back yard, I write Southern, science and historical fiction with Christian themes. booksbytravis.com