Author Interview with Stephanie Worlton

Welcome to Stephanie Connelley Worlton, author of Hope’s Journey. This post is part of her spring blog tour. Here’s the book’s synopsis: Sydney is a straight-A student heading to college on a scholarship,… Continue reading

Author Interview with Steve Westover

Today’s interview is with Steve Westover, author of Defensive Tactics, an LDS thriller, and Crater Lake: Battle for Wizard Island, a middle-grade fantasy novel. He currently lives in Missouri with his wife and… Continue reading

And They Lived Happily Ever After (Maybe)

I’m really into how things end. Yes, the first chapter in a book needs to be good if I’m going to keep reading it, but the last chapter needs to be even better.… Continue reading

Goodreads giveaway and two book signings!

If you’re on goodreads (or want to join), you can enter to win a copy of my book here: Goodreads Giveaway I also have two book signings scheduled, and I’d love to see… Continue reading

Characters and how they sound

I love creating characters and then telling people about them. This week I’ve been working on the form I’ll send to the publisher for the audio version of my second book. The bulk… Continue reading

Special delivery

So remember yesterday’s post? The analogy of how getting a book published is a little like having a baby? Well, sometimes deliveries come sooner than you expect. Like my twins. I had a… Continue reading

Q&A: When will your book be out?

Thank you to MG for asking this blog’s first question (I’m hoping there will be many more). The ebook comes out on Saturday, March 3. (Here’s a link to the Kindle edition:… Continue reading

First Chapter

I purchased an e-reader last year. I love it. And one of my favorite features is the chance to read a sample of a book before I decide if I want to spend… Continue reading

Let the Countdown Begin!

Next month, Espionage will appear in book stores. It’s my first novel to go on sale—so to say I’m excited would be an understatement. I think what I’m most looking forward to is… Continue reading