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April 6, 2015

#5 - Create a Focal Point

Creating a focal point helps you to keep focus on the woman and allows you to say what you want to say.

Picture a daughter, mother, sister, friend and write to her. Place a picture of that person on your computer and write to her.

If you’re writi...

March 31, 2015

Tip #4 Write from Personal Experience

When it comes to writing for women, think about personal experiences. If you work and live with other women, pick up on personal experiences and bring that into your writing.  

Peter Wrote to Women – How did he know what to say?

“Wive...

March 23, 2015

Tip #3 - Bring Out the Emotion

Women are filled with emotion. Think about the 120 count box of crayons. Women exude many colors and often create their own. Women are drawn into stories that have emotion.

Let’s look at the next part of our scripture.

The other woman said,...

March 16, 2015

Tip #2 - Empathize

Empathizing is something we all need to learn how to do. Empathizing with the female reader will allow you to step back and identify how your words might impact the reader. Empathizing with your characters allows you to bring out the different lenses...

March 9, 2015

Tip #1 - Step into Her Shoes/Get to Know Your Character

Women come in all sizes – not only physically, but emotionally and spiritually. Let’s use crayons

to help us think through some things. Imagine pulling out a large box of 8 jumbo crayons. Those crayons represent men...

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