As writers, we tend to get overwhelmed by other writer's successes, but we fail in one thing. . .
This is the first post in my editing series in 2020 for how to develop a great story by having all the layers in place before actually writing, or if you've already written your book, how to make sure all the layers are in place. The first layer in developing a great story is finding … Continue reading Fiction: How to Find the Felt Need
I attended a writer's conference that I couldn't pay for.
This article from The New York Times is perfect timing because today we're announcing the winner of Sarah Sundin's latest release, The Sea Before Us! Wow, I am so thrilled at the volume of entries and comments! Thank you for participating and for suggesting some really neat places to visit! Two Alabama historians purchased a military … Continue reading D-Day Plane Takes Flight + Sundin Giveaway Winner
It's an honor to have WWII author Sarah Sundin with us today. Her latest The Sea Before Us in the Sunrise at Normandy series released just a few days ago. Have you ordered your copy? You'll want to after this delicious interview! Stay tuned til the end for a Rafflecopter giveaway of the book and … Continue reading Author Interview: Sarah Sundin + The Sea Before Us Giveaway
Once I had opened to the first page, I couldn't put this book down because
With Every Letter by Sarah Sundin My rating: 5 of 5 stars I enjoyed this novel because of the research and plot. But more importantly, the message within the plot left me satisfied and with a truth about self-acceptance that I will always carry with me. Well worth the read -- for enjoyment, spiritual encouragement, … Continue reading With Every Letter: Sundin Book Review