About the Book Title: The Secrets of Paper and Ink Author: Lindsay Harrel Genre: Women’s Fiction Release date: February 26, 2019 Publisher: Tyndale Lindsay Harrel presents a powerful story of healing, forgiveness, and finding the courage to write your own story. A year after the death of her abusive fiancé, domestic violence counselor Sophia… Continue reading The Secrets of Paper and Ink
About the Book Title: Ladies of Intrigue Author: Michelle Griep Genre: Christian Historical Release date: February 2019 Publisher: Barbour 3 Page-Turners Under One Cover from Reader Favorite Michelle Griep! Can truth and love prevail when no one is as they appear? The Gentleman Smuggler’s Lady Cornish Coast, 1815 When a prim and… Continue reading Ladies of Intrigue
I'm telling you guys, if this color had a personality it would have the most narcissistic, self-centered disposition you ever did encounter.
A Few Ways Flash Fiction Helps Writers with the Bigger Projects.
4 Surprising Things to Get Rid of When You Just Don't Have the Time Most writers will say that writing itself is a priority in their lives, but is it really? What holds the seasoned writer back from penning a new novel every month? The answers can be numerous and complicated, but here are 4… Continue reading Make Writing a Priority by Eliminating These 4 Things
This week I had the pleasure of reading an advanced copy of Love in Three Quarter Time by Rachel McMillan. This novella weaves a lovely tale about Evelyn, a woman close to my heart in both emotions and habit, who is unexpectedly swept away to Vienna, accompanied by her former co-worker--and, um...crush. A perfect Valentine's… Continue reading Love in Three Quarter Time
Being a fiction writer isn't always all it's cracked up to be. But before we get started, if you guys haven’t signed up for my monthly newsletter yet, now’s the time! Over the next month, all new subscribers will be entered to win a $25.00 Starbucks gift card. COFFEE. ‘NUFF SAID. You can sign up here or… Continue reading 5 Reasons I’m Grateful to be a Writer
Quite a few experts in the field of writing say to find a time that works best for you and stick to it. That's easier said than done for us working writers. By working writers, I mean those of us who work a job, raise a family, or have other commitments besides getting to wake… Continue reading Joy in the Morning
Writing a book is serious business. Taking the time to let loose and have a little fun, all while learning new ways to sharpen your skills, lightens the load.
Welcome to the Blog Tour for Someplace Familiar by Teresa Tysinger. Teresa stopped by today for a little Q&A about this debut novel, a contemporary southern romance with themes of faith, hope in new love, and grace. It’s the first in a series of books set in Laurel Cove, a fictional town in the… Continue reading Meet Teresa Tysinger: Someplace Familiar Blog Tour