She tried writing 50,000 words in July by hand… Yes, the title is correct. I am trying to write 50,000 words in July by hand. All in one book. I have gotten away from doing it that way. Yes, it is faster to just type the story up. However, with just a pen and paper, […]
And the winner of the Rafflecopter giveaway is… Franky B. Congratulations, Franky! I will be emailing you soon to get your mailing particulars. 😀
First of all, I need to apologize to the organizers of this blog tour. I was supposed to have this post up at 8:00 this morning and I didn’t. Sorry! Second of all, I have not read most of the books in this bundle and cannot vouch for anything written in them (except mine). Enjoy! […]
Congratulations to… Shelly Hammond! You are the winner of 42 wonderful clean reads! Thanks to all who participated in the March Madness Blog tour and sale. I’ll be posting an update on how the sale went later this week.
“While they were there, the days were completed for her to give birth. And she gave birth to her firstborn son; and she wrapped Him in cloths, and laid Him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.” Luke 2:6-7
I am a guest on Annie Douglass Lima’s blog today talking about some of the research I did for Be Thou My Vision. Check it out here! We still only have one entry in the giveaway, so feel free to share the giveaway with people and enter it for yourself. It really isn’t that hard […]
Check out today’s exciting guest blog post over on Shanna’s blog. Fun fact: she’s the author who donated her book for my giveaway and we have characters that have a few similarities. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway!
Today, I have the honor to participate in Rebekah Lyn’s book release blog tour. As part of the tour, I was asked to read and review her book, Jessie. First, I will share some information about the book and then I will post a review. But make sure you come back to visit the blog […]
Week Three Questions Were you able to meet your goal this week? My editing almost made it. If it hadn’t been for packing to go camping, I would have made it. My writing did though, because I was able to bring that with me. 🙂 Where did you get the bulk of your […]
Review Name: Nan’s Journey Author: Elaine Littau Rating: 4/5 Recommended Ages: mature 15 and up “Nan’s Journey” is a unique and thought-provoking book. There is mature content in the book, but Elaine handles it very well. In the less edited version that I read, the writing wasn’t quite up to par with what I like […]