I’m trying to get my life together, as many you of you know the writer’s life will have you all over the place.
I’m currently planning my #WriterWednesday posts and I’d like to know what you want to know or have questions about. Of course, I might not have the answer, but I may know someone who does and as The Neophyte Author I know how important it is to receive a healthy blend of inspiration, motivation, and practical information.
In the comments tell me what writing issues would like to see address for the remainder of August and the month of September.
In a couple of months my new book, Seasoned with Grace will be making its world debut. I’d like to make sure that Seasoned with Grace enters the literary world feeling welcomed and I need your help. If you’re a blogger or a radio show host please consider hosting me during this tour.
Seasoned with Grace not only deals with struggles surrounding faith, it also deals with issues like addiction, rape, and a forced abortion (and of course there’s a spot of romance in there).
If you would like to host me and Seasoned with Grace please click here
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This week our #WriterWednesday tips come from an author that shouldn’t need an introduction, but if you don’t know her I’m so glad that you are getting a chance to meet her via The Neophyte Author. Pay attention take notes, this may seem like the basics, but we all make mistakes and overlook certain things because we never knew it was wrong or because we’re trying to be creative.
Bestselling, award-winning author Michelle Stimpson has penned more than twenty-five Christian fiction books including traditional bestseller Divas of Damascus Road, the highly acclaimed Falling Into Grace, and Amazon #1 bestseller, Stepping Down. She has also published more than fifty short stories through her educational publishing company, WeGottaRead.com. Michelle holds an English degree from Jarvis Christian College and master’s degree in education from the University of Texas at Arlington. She is a part-time language arts consultant and serves in women’s ministry at her home church, Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship. She and her husband have two young adult children and one crazy dog.
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