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The Reflections Series is Complete

Today, we welcome Mary of Bethany into the Reflections family. Although her paperback has been live for several weeks, today’s the official birthday for digital copies. Believe me, that’s something Miss Mary never would have conceived of during her lifetime. Take a look at this cover. It’s a thing of beauty. Orphan to Saint: A …

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Three Reasons Indie Publishing’s Not for Me and What It Taught Me

Back in January, I admitted this would be a year of “building” for my brand, but I had no idea how much being an indie author would tax my creative soul.  The reality of “indie publishing” measures up differently than the perception. At least for me. Isn’t that true of many things? Christmas is the …

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REFLECTIONS Series: Have You Read Book One?

I’m thrilled to announce that the first book of the REFLECTIONS series is live on Amazon. In fact, it’s available in three formats and at discounted rates if you buy the print version and add on either digital or audio (or both). Better yet, it’s so pretty. I know the woman on the cover isn’t …

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More Straight Talk from Editor Kristen Hamilton

Last week, we started this interview with Kristen, owner of Kristen Corrects, Inc. in Idaho. I asked Kristen if she had any especially disagreeable authors (other than me) and what she would do when an author argued with her about her suggested changes. KRISTEN: I’ve had authors disagree with edits I’ve made to avoid a …

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A Snippet of What I’m Writing Now

Write. Write some more. Right now I’m writing the first draft of the first two novellas in my new REFLECTIONS series. This isn’t the smooth and easy writing of fiction. Because I’m writing a fictionalization. Fiction? Fictionalization? Sounds the same to the average non-author type. Except fiction is something completely formed in my muse’s imagination. …

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Two hours makes a difference in a morning run

Summer wanes. One sure sign is the later appearance of the sun each morning. One of the things I enjoy about summer is the early morning runs. I’ll be outside at 6am, inhaling the sweet peace of a slumbering world. Unless I want to blunder around in the dark, which defeats half the enjoyment, it …

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