Realm Makers 2016: A New Trope

Realm Makers 2016: A New Trope

Note: This was supposed to be about 700 words. There is no way, my friends. No way that’s happening. In fact, this will probably my closest attempt to publishing a full-length novel. I hope you enjoy. (Feat. photo credit: Gretchen Kuykendall Engel) When I mention Realm Makers to folks, they always ask me what it

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2015: The Year in Review

2015: The Year in Review

The trouble with driven, forward-thinking people is that they rarely take the time to look back. The past is the past, and it’s better left behind. In some cases, that’s true, but if we neglect to look back on what we’ve learned, we are destined to repeat mistakes. Not only that, but if we don’t take

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In the Crosshairs: Overcomers

In the Crosshairs: Overcomers

Have you ever been blessed to be a part of something that impacts the lives of others? If you’ve been on this Crosshair Press journey with us for the past year or so, you’ve probably heard about our friend, Mallorie. When she was 11 (exactly two years ago today!), she was diagnosed with cancer. She

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Video Blog from England

Video Blog from England

Hello from rainy Carlisle! Two of the founders of Crosshair Press, Amy Williams and Katie Morford, have been reunited in soggy England for a good catch-up and some sight-seeing around the U.K. Watch their video update below for the latest on their adventures and Crosshair Press releases and follow their travels at iwanderlost.com.

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Crosshair Press: Looking back at our journey

Crosshair Press: Looking back at our journey

It’s hard to believe that just under a year ago, on Jan. 1, 2014, we sat around the table over our bacon and eggs and dreamed the dream that would become Crosshair Press. God has done incredible, amazing things this year, both in and through Crosshair Press and in our individual lives, and we want to celebrate

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Nameless is finally here!

Nameless is finally here!

We are thrilled to announce that the first novel from Steel Rigg, Nameless by A. C. Williams, is now available for purchase! Already, pre-release copies have been met with enthusiastic reviews from some pretty stellar folks, including New York Times best-selling author Tosca Lee: “NAMELESS is a sci-fi treat filled with action, romance and the eternal

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Coffeeshop Talk: Captain’s Orders

Coffeeshop Talk: Captain’s Orders

Doing the right thing. Without a doubt, it is often one of the hardest, scariest things you may ever have to do. But for every one of us, we will probably face a decision that means doing the right thing—the hard way—or taking the easy route and doing what’s wrong. In Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter

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My Writing Journey: You Gotta Live the Story

My Writing Journey: You Gotta Live the Story

Have you ever heard people say, “Write what you know”? That always annoyed me. What I know is boring. I want to write about what I don’t know so I have the fun of learning about it! I could debate the merits of both approaches all day and come to the same conclusion – you need both.

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Write Now: 3 Points to Ponder in a Critique

Write Now: 3 Points to Ponder in a Critique

I recently had the pleasure of having one of our other Crosshair Press editors visit our home in New Jersey. We were chatting at one point about CP projects we’re working on (Stay tuned! We’ve got some awesome news coming up!) and our personal works-in-progress. It reminded me how important it is to share our

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Coffeeshop Talk: Everybody Needs a Sidekick

Coffeeshop Talk: Everybody Needs a Sidekick

For this week’s Crosshair blog post we are thrilled to welcome editor Janyre Tromp from Kregel Publications. Janyre loves to help young writers improve to their full potential! She lives with her husband, Chris, and her adorable kiddos in Grand Rapids, Michigan.    Even the strongest hero needs a sidekick. My nine-year-old daughter, B.G., is struggling through

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Coffeeshop Talk: One Last Miracle. Don’t Be Dead.

Coffeeshop Talk: One Last Miracle. Don’t Be Dead.

What is it about stories that twists our hearts and breaks them and makes us laugh, all from the same breath? At the end of season two of BBC’s Sherlock, we watch in shared horror with faithful friend John Watson as Sherlock leaps off a building to his death to save his friends. We feel John’s pain

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