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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Writing Devotionals That Stick: A Step-By-Step Guide for Writing This Unique Genre for Today’s Busy Readers by Kathy Widenhouse is an uplifting book that will guide readers step-by-step to feel the presence of God in today’s busy world. The book shows how to identify a truth about God from one’s daily life and write it in a format that will stick with today’s busy people. Anyone can write a devotional, but a good devotional will stay with readers and they will be able to recall it during the day or as they need it. The book helps to identify the insight given by God and structure it in a way that it can be received, remembered, and used properly.
The topic is original and anyone who follows the tips given can write good devotionals. The steps are simple and easy to understand, and the insight and tips offered in each chapter will see an improvement in writing devotionals that stick. The author’s words give confidence to readers to get into writing devotionals. Her resources are clear, concise, inspiring, educational, and will motivate writers who are new to improve on their writing skills. The book is encouraging to all those who want to write, and what makes it appealing to readers are her easy and simple methods which can be implemented. The dos and don’ts, the checklist, and activities help readers to come up with a winner and give them the confidence to write good devotionals.