A little over two weeks ago, I started my first ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) conference experience. I’d decided to fly from Atlanta to Nashville instead of driving because I had a ticket that needed to be used and because hotel parking was so expensive. So off I went. This was my first time flying … More My Experience at #ACFW2016!
Who’s going to ACFW in Nashville next month? I’m going and can’t wait. Below you’ll find some things about me to help you get to know me before we meet at the conference. This is part of Laurie Tomlinson’s Pre-Conference Mixer! Name: Sherri Wilson Johnson Location: Atlanta, GA What you write/tagline/trademark: Historical Romance and Contemporary Romantic Suspense / Where Faith … More Pre-conference Mix and Mingle Hosted by @LaurieTomlinson #ACFW
The ACFW Conference is approaching rather quickly. August 24th will be here before I know it, and I’ll be packing my bags and heading off to the airport to fly to Nashville. This trip signifies many firsts for me. My first flight by myself. My first conference by myself. And my first ever ACFW Conference. I really … More Starting My Next Novel and Preparing for #ACFW Conference
Dreams Interrupted By Guest Kathy Ide We all have cherished dreams and goals. We make detailed plans and then put in the time, effort, and sometimes money to make them happen, with the expectation that our plans will enable us to achieve our goals and realize our dreams. And then life happens. Twenty years ago, I … More Dreams Interrupted By @KathyIde
Have you ever had one of those moments when you’re standing in line at the ticket box office and it’s almost your turn and the attendant lights up the “Sold Out” sign and shuts her window? Or you go to the hospital positive you’re in labor and they send you home? Or you’ve found the … More Detours and Rejections – When Our Paths Aren’t Smooth
Here’s the breakdown of my 2015 (first full year as an Indie author)!
November is National Novel Writing Month. While I’m not participating this time around, I have a lot of friends who are. Here’s a great infographic by Grammarly.com to highlight some of the common writing mistakes authors make and how to avoid them: