My first Delia Talent Post   3 comments

Aurora ColorsMy regular readers won’t be surprised to find that I opted for a touch of controversy on my inaugural post – about Christian creatives who choose, as I do, to not label their work as “Christian.”

https://dyegirl1373.wixsite.com/website/single-post/2018/03/07/Lets-Talk-How-to-be-a-Christian-Creative-in-a-Fallen-World

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  1. I clicked the link with great anticipation only to find an RFP for bridge improvement design services (of interest to my protagonist Rupert Zimmerman, but not what I expected).

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  2. Reblogged this on aurorawatcherak and commented:

    I had to correct a link. If anyone’s interested, here’s the real post.

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  3. Really good thoughts. Good discussion starter.

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