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October 18, 2016

If author Fred Rayworth could offer two pieces of advice to aspiring authors, it would be this: 1. Join a writer's group (though it may take a few to find a good one), and 2. Learn your craft.

Fred actually wrote long before he was published, and he shelved his first no...

October 12, 2016

When God tells you to write, you write. At least, that is what author Cameron C. Taylor has done. Facing the blank page is still difficult, but when he remembers who he is writing for--to reach that one person who needs it--then he starts typing.

Of course, he has years...

October 4, 2016

Valerie Ipson was so happy her eight-year journey of writing her novel was done, she jumped fully clothed into her swimming pool. Of course, authors know that finishing the first draft of a manuscript is just the beginning. But in Ipson's case, she didn't mind the edit...

September 28, 2016

"If we all waited until we were smart enough, there wouldn’t be any books!"  -Author Tamara Passey on why you shouldn't wait to write that book you've always dreamed of writing.

Writers like Tamara find inspiration around them, and in turn, inspire others around them. 


September 20, 2016

Forty-two books, people. Forty-two! Shanna Hatfield may be a self-proclaimed “hopeless romantic,” but she is also a hard worker. She wasn’t quite sure what she was doing when she started writing her first book (what author really does?) but she kept with it.

Boy, did it...

September 14, 2016

I believe the key to this author's success is that he listens to what his customers are saying and then writes books that cater to their needs (all within his sphere of expertise). 

I've come to know David Butler as the "Speed Reading" guy. As I was editing his books ...

September 6, 2016

Jen has been my best friend since history class in high school, and I could go on and on about why I loved her back then. But let me tell you what impresses me about Jen now. She has whole-heartedly followed her dream.

After college, she was an accountant in corporate A...

August 30, 2016

I met TK Thompson several years ago. She is a hard worker and is genuinely interested in people around her. What I didn’t know then was just how much was going on in her head.

In 2014, she contacted me and asked if I would edit a manuscript she had been working on (whic...

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Author Interview: James Gianetti, The Town of Jasper

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