This month I've enjoyed an interesting experiment while teaching myself to dictate my books. It's not as easy as it might seem, because you have to include the dictation. That was almost a deal-killer for me, but after a while I got the hang of it. You see, I usually think the punctuation as I write, … Continue Reading ››
Learning to accept your limits is in my opinion one of the hardest things to do. I've fought long and hard to be able to gauge the time it will take to complete a book, God willing. It hasn't been easy, but I finally nailed it. But then, I switched to diction for my first drafts, … Continue Reading ››
We're Using Our ImaginationsMy favorite childhood game was one of the imagination. I loved playing make believe. Maybe that's why creating the book extras area of the website is so fun for me. It's extra nice to know you love Fantasy Worlds, Historical Worlds, and Mysterious Worlds, too.
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I'm excited to announce some fun changes at the site that I think you'll enjoy. In the months to come, I'll be focusing on reading and readers. I've made a good start to my goal of providing even more of an immersive experience for readers between my website and books.
Providing an Immersive Experience for ReadersYou … Continue Reading ››
This month I'm happy to be able to announce the release of a psalms devotional by Pelican Book Group to which I contributed, and that the digital version is free. I reveal a new and very personal feature at the site and explain why a delay in the launch of the Literary Wayfarer … Continue Reading ››
Reader News for December 2015We're in the holiday season, and with a new Christmas novella to release, I couldn't be more pleased. After one of the hardest years of my life (months of lost work due to illness, hackers, broken computers, and household disasters), I'm finally able to announce some progress. First, though, I would … Continue Reading ››
Last month, amid the excitement of announcing my new contract with Mountain Brook Ink for Montana Gold, a western historical romance series set in Montana's gold rush during the 1860's, I overlooked readers of my other genres. Afterwards, emails hit my inbox asking if I plan to write more books in the Tales of … Continue Reading ››
I'm writing in this picture. Of course. Writers write, right? :o) Authors also autograph, which is what I'm doing here. Well, sort of. I'm actually signing … Continue Reading ››