Something that’s worried a lot of authors, especially new authors recently, is whether it’s more productive to publish in e-book or print format…
Genre: Historical Fantasy
Rating: 4.5/5 Swords
Storyteller releases on October 10th! To celebrate, I wanted to host another blog tour. This will be a blast — you won’t want to miss it!
Rating: 5/5 Stars
Rating: 3.5/5 Swords
In today’s post, I got to interview Sydney Hawthorn! Sydney is a fellow author I met on Instagram, and I’ve been privileged to not only follow her writing journey, but to be one of her beta readers for her novel, Awakening Shadows!
Another question I get asked a lot is how I got started on the indie publishing route instead of going traditional, as well as what I think about the process. I thought it’d be neat to discuss that in my Musings post today, since it’s a question I get asked more frequently than one might think.
Today on the blog, I’m interviewing indie author Heather Blair! I met Heather over social media and started following her writing adventures from there. She’s so sweet and I can’t wait to get my hands on her books!
Deciding to be an indie author instead of going the traditionally published route has definitely been one of the hardest and most freeing decisions I have ever made in my life. While I plan on expounding on that in a Musings post soon, today I really wanted to share with you seven books that have really helped me take my writing and marketing to the next level.
I have a treat for you guys today! Here’s an interview with Aviva Gat, bestselling Amazon indie author of My Family’s Survival…
So C.S. Taylor gave me the idea to use Tumblr aesthetics to describe my characters. I’ve always wanted to try this but just never had the time to do it. And then I thought — what better place to do it than in a blog post?
Today I interview Rebekah DeVall, author of Waterfalls. Learn more about her journey navigating the big changes God’s taking her through and her reasons behind writing Waterfalls.