Category Archives: path to publishing

The State of Christian Fiction

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Carol_Award_Gold_-_no_base_transparent_backgroundACFW Conference and The State of Christian Fiction

Even as I’m writing this post, I’m preparing for the ACFW conference. In fact, I’m writing it early so that you’ll have something to read while I’m gone. ACFW is American Christian Fiction Writers, and it is probably the largest group of Christian fiction writers. Last year I was honored with a Carol Award for Falling to Pieces. Although I wasn’t in attendance, due to family needs, I felt that Continue reading

AFTER “the call”

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THE CALL Blog Hop

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I’m interrupting my regularly scheduled blog to appear this week in my agency’s Blog Hop. If you click here you’ll see the original post and the publishing story of many wonderful authors, all of whom are represented by the Seymour Agency. Click here and you can read my previous post, “Before the Call” and here to read my post “My Call.”

It’s a fairy tale story. Isn’t it? I worked hard, prayed for patience, and had finally Continue reading

My Call

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THE CALL Blog Hop

TheCallBlogHop

I’m interrupting my regularly scheduled blog to appear this week in my agency’s Blog Hop. If you click here you’ll see the original post and all of the other authors from the Seymour Agency who are participating. Click here and you can read my previous post, “Before the Call.”

I’ll tell you what I remember about “my call” from my agent, offering me Continue reading

Before “the call”

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THE CALL Blog Hop

TheCallBlogHop

I’m interrupting my regularly scheduled blog to appear this week in my agency’s Blog Hop. If you click here you’ll see the original post and all of the other authors from the Seymour Agency who are participating. Some of you are aspiring writers and some of you are readers who like to read about the writing life. Either way, I hope you enjoy this week’s posts, and please let me know if you have any questions!

Before I received a call from my agent, Mary Sue Seymour, I was busy writing all Continue reading