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What do you do when your Publisher goes Bankrupt?

You have two options – find another publisher or self-publish them. This is what I was faced with recently on two of my six books/anthologies. I decided to self-publish Seasons of the Soul and Lockets and Lanterns, because they were … Continue reading

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Having a Good Team

Just as a sport’s team needs to have good team work to win games so does the writer. With the finish of my sweet-Christian romance, Courtships and Carriages, I reflected on how much a good product stems from those behind … Continue reading

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The Facebook Scam Artist

As writers we need to be out there for  people to reach and know about us. However, in this process, we also make ourselves vulnerable for scams. Last week, for example, I received a scam and wanted you to be … Continue reading

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Comparing Yourself with Others

Comparing your writing to another author can be positive or negative, depending upon how you use it. A few authors out there slam a fellow author’s book with one and two star reviews. Some of these reviews were honest evaluations … Continue reading

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Doing well: Bride by Arrangement

Take a peek at Ruth Ann Nordin’s and my anthology, Bride by Arrangement. It is selling well. The book includes two novellas. Mine is titled, She Came by Train, and Ruth’s story is The Purchased Bride. The story begins with our … Continue reading

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Excerpt: Bride by Arrangement

Ruth and my anthology, Bride by Arrangement, is in e-book and is released in paperback Feb. 1. The anthology includes two  novellas where two women meet on a train, traveling from Virginia to Lincoln, Neb., in 1876. The characters keep in … Continue reading

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Be Prepared

The Boys Scouts’ motto is “be prepared.” But I failed several times this year. What about you? With the recent release of Ruth Ann Nordin’s and my anthology, Bride by Arrangement, published by Parchment and Plume, I realized I was … Continue reading

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