Few people you meet in your lifetime will feel like instant connections. Jaime Jo Wright is one of those for me. We connected through social media leading up to last year’s ACFW conference, then met there in person. This self-proclaimed “professional coffee drinking”is so real, funny, and a great author who writes spirited turn-of-the-century romance,Continue reading “Author Interview: Jaime Jo Wright”
An author I’ve connected with through a mutual friend is doing something truly remarkable. Paul Combs, author of The Last Word, is beginning exciting plans for opening the only independent bookstore — actually, the only bookstore, period — in downtown Fort Worth, TX. The store, which will also boast the name The Last Word, willContinue reading “Indie Bookstore Coming to Fort Worth”
Being a writer is funny business. Each author has his or her own style. Rhythm. Process. Schedule. Mine has seemed to be all or nothing.
First an update. Today’s a big day, friends. I finally sent off my book proposal to potential agents. I have a top choice, but am praying for God to guide the process so things work out according to his plan. It could be weeks before I hear back, so now it’s time to settle inContinue reading “Romance | Non-Fiction Edition”
As I mentioned earlier this week, I attended the American Christian Fiction Writer’s Conference on Saturday. Many of you who follow along here are also authors, or have been following along my journey. So, let’s do a recap, shall we? Even though I was only able to attend the one day, I’ve got lots to share,Continue reading “ACFW Recap”