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December 14, 2017

Author Darren R. Pearce originally wrote The Monarchs of Christmas as a short story that he read to his family every year during the holiday season. Now it's a recently published novel that will hopefully be just the beginning of his writing career. Check out his full...

December 6, 2017

Author Meg Welch Dendler has lofty goals as a writer, but her biggest one is this: "Let’s make good books and raise a new generation of readers. I want kids to have 100 good books to read every year. Mine will hopefully just be a speck in that pile."

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November 7, 2017

Like many authors, Paul H. LeSage has learned to steal writing time when he can get it while living life. His advice? Write with your heart, no matter your genre.

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October 18, 2017

A wake up call caused author Gloria Herrmann to go gangbusters and write, write, write. She wrote 12 books in less than two years. Her advice to aspiring authors? "If this is something you love doing- do it. Don’t expect overnight success or fame and fortune. Expect to...

September 14, 2017

As is the case with many authors, they take a page from their life experience as the jumping point for a story. That was definitely true for KC Murdarasi. The idea for this Scottish author's novel came about from her missionary service in Albania. Read her full Au...

September 8, 2017

After talking about "being a writer someday" Christine Bernard joined a Facebook group for writers, and then got motivated to start writing her book. Now that it's published, her goal is to become a full-time author, and she has two more books in the works. Check out h...

August 11, 2017

Southern fiction writer Lorna Hollifield is partial to a big porch, but she says in order to be a successful author you have to get OFF your porch. "Network.  Go to conferences, book signings, literary events.  Get involved in the world you want to be part of!  No one...

August 10, 2017

Hybrid author Angela Page approaches writing books as she would getting a degree. She recommends studying and learning all you can from other published authors and books. "Join a writer’s group, take a class, pick a genre and learn all you can about your genre." Read h...

August 7, 2017

Cendrine is a creative soul. Besides her books on how to build your social media audiences, she also does photography and has published several books of poetry. Check out her full Author Interview below!

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August 4, 2017

Educator Ronnie K. Stephens drew strength from his students to write his first book, a collection of poems. He explains the difference between editing poetry and prose this way: "rewriting poetry is like sanding and whittling the knots from a piece of wood, while rewri...

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