I have a lot of respect for literary agents. Not that I didn't before, but I guess I should say, I have a greater respect for them. Because last year I felt like an agent. And it wasn't because I sat at my computer desk all day, with a stack of manuscripts piled around me... … Continue reading Three Reasons I Feel Like an Agent
Punctuation Series: How to Capitalize Tricky Words Presentation is everything, especially when it comes to the publishing world. And your presentation of punctuation is crucial to your book’s success. But punctuation can be tricky, boring, and downright distressing at times. As a writer and an editor, I completely understand your frustration with grammar altogether. You’d … Continue reading Punctuation Series: How to Capitalize Tricky Words
March 2019 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Children's: The Case of the Missing Firehouse Dog by Daphne Self -- Majesty, the firehouse dog, is missing. Willie and Jax are on the case to discover who is the dognapping culprit. Could it be their … Continue reading ACFW March 2019 New Releases
Readers, I am very excited to introduce my friend David to you. When I first met David Rawlings, we were at our first ACFW conference. (For my non-writer readers, that's American Christian Fiction Writers conference held each year - a huge to-do and so fun!) Well, it was at the end of the day, and … Continue reading Author Interview: David Rawlings, The Baggage Handler
This video is a fun tribute to National Grammar Day. Enjoy, all you grammarians, word nerds, English teachers, readers, and writers, and Scrabble players! https://youtu.be/_gWwah7ROsE
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I'm excited to combine two of my passions... I signed a story contract!!