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Featured Writer

Robin Bayne

 
Robin Bayne is the award-winning author of five novels and four  novellas, and is a columnist for the “Spirit Led Writer” ezine. Her essays, articles and devotionals have been published in the God’s Way Book series, Cup of Comfort Devotionals, Christian Communicator, Writer’s Journal and many other publications. She has given workshops at regional and online romance writing conferences and the Writer’s Digest World’s Largest Writing Workshop. She lives in Maryland with her husband of eighteen years.
 
Her latest project is a anthology of devotionals for writers, based on Scripture and famous quotations.
 

Join a variety of well-known authors as they share the Scripture or quotations they find inspiring to their writing. The devotionals they’ve contributed reflect all aspects of the writing life: basic motivation, rejection, publishing and succeeding.  Spend some time with the writers you love and discover what words they write by.

 
Visit her at www.robinbayne.com.
 
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Excerpt/Editor's Note:
 
Each day I receive devotional writings by e-mail, and read them on desk and wall calendars. I often wonder how to apply that day’s “lesson” to my writing, and how to share my own favorite verses with other writers.

Many writers keep a favorite quote or Bible verse taped to their computer monitors, or as part of their e-mail signature or website theme. Why do they do this? For the inspiration, they might tell you. As a constant reminder of a principle or value which aids their writing production or their sanity.
The words can serve as task-master, guidance counselor or just plain comforter.

I find this practice fascinating, and have many quotes and verses tucked under the laminated covering on my desk. Each one reflects a bit of my personality and beliefs, as do every writer’s choice selections. I have asked some of the best writers in the business to share their inspiration with us, their favorite words of wisdom, and explain why they find them so special.

So take a moment and enjoy the collection, see how many of them also speak to you. Make a copy and tape one to your own monitor, or even better, be inspired to find your own special quote or verse.

What words do you write by?