Today is my one year anniversary as an indie author. I can’t believe it’s been a year already since I stepped out into the self-publishing waters. Talk about stepping out of the boat and into faith! September 8th is my deceased mother’s birthday, so I decided last year to let my first Indie release be… More It’s Been a Year Since I Became an #Indie Author! #ChristIndie #amwriting #amreading
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My special guest today is author Janet Chester Bly. She is a city girl with a country heart. She doesn’t corral horses or mow her own lawn. “I’m no womba woman,” she says. But she followed her late husband award-winning western author Stephen Bly to the Idaho mountain top village of Winchester to write books… More The Spiritual Side of Creating a Novel by Janet Chester Bly #amwriting
So, you’re an independent Christian fiction author needing your work to be found. You’ve asked to be included in fiction websites and been rejected because you aren’t published the old-fashioned way. You’ve bought mentions on book sites that draw lots of sales over a couple of days before you fade into oblivion as your book… More Looking for great #fiction? Try the Indie Christian Fiction Search Website
We have with us today author Ane Mulligan. She’s a Southern writer, like me, and I’m happy to host her and share with you all about her new book! While a large, floppy straw hat is her favorite, Ane has worn many different ones: hairdresser, legislative affairs director (that’s a fancy name for a lobbyist),… More Interview with Southern author @AneMulligan #ChristianFiction
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My latest novel, To Laugh Once More, is set in Georgia in 1895. One of the highlights of writing this novel was doing the research for it. In its prequel, To Dance Once More, Lydia and Hamilton Scarbrough lived in Florida, so when I moved them to Georgia, I had…