Melissa Storm

Coming Soon to Sweet Grove

Don’t you love fictional towns? Sometimes walking the streets in Sweet Grove, Texas feels like coming home. Or maybe I’m the only one who gets attached to fictional characters and places. It’s why I like to read well-written series set in places I like. Like Cedar Cove, WA (Debbie Macomber) or Wishful, MS (Kait Nolan). …

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Amazon: Destroyer of Future Plans

I’ve never been one of those author with scathing commentary about the monopolizing power of Amazon’s book store. Instead I was all-in with several Kindle-only titles. Then they pulled the plug on Kindle Worlds. At the moment this was announced, I was begging beta readers to return their comments on the third book for the …

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Back to Sweet Grove: LOVE’S LITTLE SECRETS

Today the second Sweet Grove Romance is born into the world of published books. You can snap Love’s Little Secrets up on Amazon, and check in with Kyanna and Roth while discovering the truth about Norma and Herman Wells. The idea for this story was born as I drafted and revised Love’s Late Arrival. I …

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Seven Things I Learned from Publishing in Kindle Worlds

Every story and book I’ve published has taught me something about the publishing industry. Since Amazon gets a lot of flak about taking advantage of authors, I wanted to share what I’ve learned from publishing in Kindle Worlds. First off, Kindle Worlds are considered fan fiction. I’m not a fan of this genre or this …

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Enter an alternate Kindle World. I did.

Today is the day. I’ve crossed over and become a “fan fiction” author. Or so Amazon wants to say. That’s the premise behind Kindle Worlds. I prefer to say, “Today is my Christian romance publishing debut.” I’ve been talking about it for a few months now. And today, it will be all over Amazon when …

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My Take on Charity: FIRST STREET CHURCH Blog Hop

Charity should be a lifestyle if we’re patterning ourselves after Jesus Christ. Do I succeed in charitable living? Nope. Not at all. As we get closer to Christmas, awareness for charities will rise. Does this mean we feel more charitable during November and December? I doubt it.  Especially when consumerism sticks decorations and the latest-greatest-gadgets …

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