Monday: Jan Drexler
Wednesday: Debby Giusti blogged on Ash Wednesday about "Writing & the Lenten Journey!" Thanks, everyone, for stopping by and joining in the discussion.
Friday: Winnie Griggs discussed tips and considerations for adding subplots to your story. The winner of a copy of one of Winnie's backlist books is Anne Rightler.
Monday: Erica Vetsch will talk about the beauty of collaborating with others in our marketing endeavors.
Wednesday: Cate Nolan will be here talking about one of her favorite writing books - but you'll have to come by on Wednesday to find out what it is and have a chance to win a copy.
Friday: Pam Hillman
A BROTHER'S PROMISE
He didn’t realize he wanted a family… Until he suddenly became a single dad.
After his sister’s death, rancher Mick Ashford’s determined to ensure his orphaned niece, Sadie, feels at home. And accepting guidance from Christa Slocum is his first step. But just as Christa and Sadie begin to settle into Mick’s heart, Sadie’s paternal grandparents sue for custody. Now Mick must fight to keep them together…or risk losing the makeshift family he’s come to love.
Available for preorder HERE!
Read the first chapter here.
HIDDEN AMISH SECRETS
Her temporary Amish homecoming
could get her killed.
Julianne Graber left her Amish life behind after a family tragedy, but now she’s back to sell the family home— and someone’s dead set on getting rid of her. With her neighbor William Lavy by her side, Julianne must uncover dangerous secrets to make sense of the past and present. Can she find justice for her family—and a future with Will—before the killer hits his target?
Available for Pre-Order HERE!
8 Ways to Defeat Writer's Block by LA Sartor at Book Brush Blog
6 BookBub Ad Features You May Not Know About by Carlyn Robertson at BookBub Partners
Get Reader Reviews Now to Drive Sales Later by Mike O'Mary at Jane Friedman
Backstory: Dodging the Info Dump by Lori Freeman at Writers In The Storm
Tips on Brainstorming by Susan May Warren at Learn How To Write A Novel
Why Rescuing Your Protagonist Might be a Terrible Idea by Janice Hardy at Fiction University
Using Instagram Stories to Grow Your Reader Audience by Christina Kaye at Book Brush Blog
7 Expert Tricks to Improve Your Author Newsletter by David Gaughran
Is Your Writing Terrible...Or Is It The Dunning-Kruger Effect? by Scott McCormick at Book Baby Blog
Archetypal Character Arcs, Pt 2: The Maiden Arc by KM Weiland at Helping Writers Become Authors
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