I need some questions and fast (thus the second post in one day). I have a character interview I want to do for my main character of my soon-to-be-released book, “All the Way My Savior Leads.” Is there anything you would like to ask Henry Salisbury? If you don’t know the story at all, but have a question that could still apply to any character of any Historical Fiction book, feel free to chime in.
You can either comment below, email me, or use the contact form to the left.
Here’s the description of the book if that helps at all:
Caroline and I walked out the back door and went into the barn.
“What are we going to do?” Caroline asked.
“Head out on our own. Saddle Whitey, please.”
Caroline’s mouth gaped open. “They’ll find us.”
Caroline sighed. “What can we do then?”
I shook my head. “We can stick together. Always.”
Tragedy stole everything from him … except her …
Three years ago, an illness orphaned Henry and Caroline Salisbury. The harsh years at the orphanage have forged a strong bond between the pair.
But Henry’s about to age out.
He must choose whether to leave his only family behind in relative safety, or take her with him as he pursues dreams of owning a farm. Henry trusts that God has a plan for him, but little does he know that others have plans for him and his younger sister as well. He will need all his faith to find the right path.
Thank you in advance!
It’s getting there! Soon, very soon, my next book will be published. Which means it is time for a release tour! As usual, I have many options, including simply being a reviewer or you can also blog about it or share on Social Media. The form can be found either with this link or below:
April was a busy, but very good month. Here are the goals I made with the completions in bold:
- Keep up with the Facebook group (Done! If you’re a writer and on Facebook, we’re keeping the Encouragement Campfire going year-round. Let me know if you want to join)
- Write 2,000+ words per day (Averaged out, yes, for a total of 55,083 this month)
- Promo books on twitter (Done! And hired a Virtual Assistant to help me keep up with it. Thanks, Naomi!!)
- Finish two writing books (Done! And reviewed here and here.)
- Keep up with reviewing books read (Done! One is being reviewed on Friday).
- Edit All the Way and send to proofreaders (Done!)
- Get Be Thou My Vision and Blessed Assurance on Pronoun (Done and loving it!)
- Total word count goal: 50,000 (Done plus 5,000 extra)
And now it’s on to May. Is it just me or is this year going by way too fast? Continue reading
Title: How to Train Your Cat to Promote Your Books
Written By: Rayne Hall
Genre: Writing Helps/Non-fiction
Recommended Ages: 13 and up
Warning: The author does write horror books, so some of the pictures in the book contain a plastic skull or covers from the author’s books. There is also a reference to witches.
This book is great for cat lovers, even if you don’t write books. There are some great tips for training your cat. Even if I don’t ever use the tips for promoting my books, I’m seriously considering using it for training a couple of our cats. Continue reading
As you know, I have a new book! I wrote, edited, and published a short story in just three short days and you can now get it for free! Read on to learn more about it.
About the Book
And, behold, there was a great earthquake: for the angel of the Lord descended from heaven, and came and rolled back the stone from the door, and sat upon it. His countenance was like lightning, and his raiment white as snow: And for fear of him the keepers did shake, and became as dead men.
No longer could I say I was lonely. But oh, how I wish I could! Who could have done such a thing to the Creator of the world? Who had so much hatred for Him? Continue reading
Christ Arose: A Tomb’s Tale
By Faith Blum
Text and cover copyright 2017 by Faith Blum
Cover: Faith Blum | www.faithblum.com | Image ID: 55174243 | Copyright: Lindasj2
To all Christians.
May we never forget the somberness, gravity, or joy
of Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection.
I am empty. Bereft. No one visits, no one comes near. The garden is a comfort in some ways. The beauty of the flowers, the trees, and the sky above. But I am lonely. Not like my brothers and sisters nearby. They have been used. They are filled with the bodies of their masters’ loved ones. Continue reading
When I started reading this book, I had just started one of my final edits for a novel and I picked up this one so I could hopefully find some tips. I’m glad I did, too. Continue reading