I've been a little confused lately about what I should write about. So I asked Jaquelle Crowe with the Young Writer's Workshop. She said that "If you blog about the things that you're interested in, it might interest you, but the chances of getting a lot of people interested in a lot of different topics are less likely than finding a lot of people interested in one topic. So I think no question about it, your blog has to have a specific niche."
I've decided that to be able to build a strong platform, I need to write what interests you. So, Julia and I have created this servery. Please answer honestly, what you think.
Hello there everyone! I wanted to take some time to tell you about a writing community that has helped me with everything that has to do with writing. Well, the poll to this amazing community is opening again at the end of this month! Please click here to join the waiting list.
I also wanted to announce that I am going to be starting to only blog fiction stories that my new partner and I write, some non-fiction, Christian living. There will also be a space for you to submit poetry!
Also, I’m inviting a brand-new team member to the blog staff, our very first teammate: Julia Ausbury. Julia is a 14-year-old on fire for the Lord and with a passion for writing and for people. You’ll learn to love her humor, food descriptions and honest depth. Because of this new teammate, my blog will no longer be called "Lizbeth Erazo," and as of June 11, 2017, Julia and I have settled for the name "Flagship." She, and I, are committed to serving you and God through "Flagship" the best we know how.
If you are wondering about the story behind the name, a "Flagship" is a ship that carries the commanding admiral, it's a reminder to me that we as Christians are like that ship, we carry the commanding admiral.
Thank you all for your faithful blog reading and prayers and I hope that God will use our blog as a tool to strengthen your faith and encourage me by seeing young girls everywhere coming into the broader spectrum of who God is.
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On February 6th, 1943, the students of Amsterdam were forced to make a life-altering decision: sign a declaration of loyalty to the Nazi regime, or be subjected to forced labor for the glory and advancement of the Third Reich.
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