I had the delight of catching up with Jan Cline at ACFW recently. Jan contributed a chapter to 21 Days of Christmas: Stories that Celebrate God’s Greatest Gift, the second book in the Fiction Lover’s Devotional series. Thanks so much for doing this interview for my blog, Jan!
For the past three years, I have held a Promising Beginnings contest, in which the prize was a full scholarship to the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference. Last year, there were two winners. Lyneta Smith was one of them. The experience she had at the conference is why I love offering this contest! Enjoy her story […]
Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Kathi Macias, one of the contributing authors in 21 Days of Grace: Stories that Celebrate God’s Unconditional Love, the first book in my Fiction Lover’s Devotional series. Her story is called “A House with Pillows.”
Cecil Murphey is one of the contributing authors to 21 Days of Grace: Stories that Celebrate God’s Unconditional Love, the first in the new Fiction Lover’s Devotional series. His chapter is “We Called Him Happy Face.” Cec graciously took time out of his busy schedule to do a Q&A interview for my followers. Thanks, Cec!
I recently experienced a tremendous thrill of excitement over taking out a comma. Last January, my first traditionally published book, Proofreading Secrets of Best-Selling Authors, was released. I immediately added the book title to my bio, of course. Last November, I signed a four-book contract with BroadStreet Publishing Group. (If you don’t know about my […]
Ever wonder how authors and publishers come up with titles for their books? Well, I can’t take credit for mine. A colleague thought of it for me … and then threatened to steal it if I didn’t use it immediately.
The 2005 film titled “Are We There Yet?” was supposed to be a comedy, but as a parent and grandparent who has heard that infamous “Are we there yet?” question a gazillion times, I can easily relate to the frustrated adult who is driving those squabbling, pint-sized terrorists across the country. “He touched me!” […]