Mississippi Book Festival

Mississippi Book Festival

WordCrafts Press author Darden North will be on hand to meet fans and sign copies of his books, including his latest release, The 5 Manners of Death, during the 4th Annual Mississippi Book Festival. The Mississippi Book Festival hosts its fourth annual “literary lawn party” on the grounds of the Mississippi State Capitol in Jackson August 18, welcoming a roster of more than 150 authors featuring...

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Rise of Viking Lore

Rise of Viking Lore

Chances are your high school literature teacher never exposed you to the “Prose Edda.” If someone mentions Snorri Sturlson, you probably won’t connect him as the skald (or poet), who penned the aforementioned “Prose Edda.” Yet much like the blind poet, Homer, whose masterworks “The Iliad” and “The Odyssey” are largely responsible for passing down the mythology of the Greeks and Romans,...

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Written That You May Believe Releases

Written That You May Believe Releases

Bible teacher, Speech-Language Pathologist, and #1 Amazon.com Bestselling author Rodney Boyd is thrilled to unveil his latest book, Written That You May Believe: 21 Ruminations on the Gospel of John, which released on Wednesday, July 6, 2018 from WordCrafts Press. “It takes 21 days to break a bad habit, and 21 days for a new habit to begin to feel natural,” Boyd muses. “The bad...

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Gail Kittleson Joins Staff of Writer’s Weekend

Gail Kittleson Joins Staff of Writer’s Weekend

WordCrafts Press author Gail Kittleson is slated to serve on the faculty of the Writer’s Weekend for Fiction and Memoir Writers, which is scheduled for the weekend of October 5-7, 2018 in Pine, Arizona. Get inspired and refreshed at this peaceful getaway spot as you learn or sharpen your writing skills. Spend time on your work in progress or start something new. Optional classes will be...

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Author Bonnie Tinsley Featured by Roman Catholic Diocese of Nashville

Author Bonnie Tinsley Featured by Roman Catholic Diocese of Nashville

Two years ago, Murfreesboro resident Bonnie Tinsley and her husband Cliff Richeson, along with people around the world, were looking forward to Mother Teresa’s canonization. Tinsley and Richeson were also reminiscing about their personal encounter with the saint, and how she helped them adopt their baby daughter. “Without her blessing, it wouldn’t have happened,” Tinsley said. “It’s still so...

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