Karitos is an amazing experience. I enjoy freelance writing, and the writing workshops have been very helpful with expert teachers and the camaraderie of kindred spirits. In the general sessions, the music, dancing, painters, mimes, etc., have fed my Christian soul. I have gone to Karitos 3 times. Last year, my brother came in town unexpectedly during Karitos, so I was disappointed that I had to miss some of the conference. This year, I am determined to enjoy as much of the conference as possible and am looking forward to it with excitement. See you there!
That's great news Sue. What kinds of things do you write? Who has published your work?
Thanks for asking! I've written nonfiction articles that were published in small magazines like Together in Christ (which is not around any more), Canticle, and the Prairie Light Review. Also wrote and edited a runner's newsletter, "Women Making Strides" for awhile. In recent days, most of my writing is on the job. I work for a nonprofit, Sharing Connections Furniture Bank. Hoping Karitos will motivate me to get back into freelance writing and even try some fiction.
Very nice. My background is writing as well. Are you familiar with bthe Sally Stuart book, "Christian Writers Market Guide"?
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