Christian Indie Authors Network Writers’ Conference — Shared from Jen Gentry

I am very excited to talk about the upcoming Christian Indie Authors Conference 2015, July 30 to August 2, 2015 in Davenport, Iowa at the Radisson River Front Inn. This conference is all about the self-published author and it is a groundbreaking event. There are many helpful sessions to choose from ranging from self-publishing 101, … Continue reading Christian Indie Authors Network Writers’ Conference — Shared from Jen Gentry

Best Christian Book Covers of 2014

These are not my Best of 2014 cover choices. They are just the covers for my 2015 Writing Goals Recently several author groups shared around a post called "Worst Christian Book Covers of 2014". I'm not going to link to it, because, frankly, I don't want to give it one single more view. Many sites … Continue reading Best Christian Book Covers of 2014

Guest post by Randy Blackwell: Welcome to the World of Soterion!

This is amazing! A novel, and  soon to be an RPG-Based SciFi/Fantasy/Steampunk creation! It would make a stunning addition to the collection of anyone who loves these genres. Please take a look at these amazing images (And these are just tiny samples! You have to see the real stuff!) and then visit with my friend … Continue reading Guest post by Randy Blackwell: Welcome to the World of Soterion!

The Alexander Legacy Company One: A Dodge, a Twist, and aTobacconist

A Dodge, a Twist, and a Tobacconist is a Steampunk Literary Tribute The Amazon ebook is now live here: http://www.amazon.com/Dodge-Tobacconist-Alexander-Legacy-ebook/dp/B009NV1DMG Sophronia Belle Lyon grew up in the Catskill Mountains of upstate New York and has always loved Sci Fi, Fantasy, and the great literary classics. Please like her facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SophroniaBelleLyon The book comes out October … Continue reading The Alexander Legacy Company One: A Dodge, a Twist, and aTobacconist

A Terrifying Alternative to Science

Malcolm Drake has so much to bear as a sixteen year old high school student. His mother left for another man, taking all their savings. His father has worked long hours playing financial catch-up and been too weary to see his son grow up. Bullies force him to find a hiding place deep in the … Continue reading A Terrifying Alternative to Science

Put a Little Adult Historical Romantic Suspense on Your EReader

Our books don't quite pigeonhole easily into one genre, so we try to give them descriptions like the one above. The three books featured today are Send a White Rose, The Baron of Larcondale, and Vienta. In the spirit of romance, we include here some excerpts from these three books on the subject of true … Continue reading Put a Little Adult Historical Romantic Suspense on Your EReader

Evaluation of Complete Homeschool Curricula, Part One

Check out the Homeschool Reviews website. They have information and opinions on many more curricula than we cover here. http://www.homeschoolreviews.com/ Bob Jones University Press Bob Jones is a private, non-denominational, independent, fundamental University and also has a K-12 education system. They use the King James Bible as a standard for consistency but do not hold … Continue reading Evaluation of Complete Homeschool Curricula, Part One

A Simple Plan for Christian Romance

Make it an element of the story, not the main focus. Adventure, suspense, mystery, or some other focus helps keep the story balanced. Focus on purity, privacy, and married intimacy rather than oozing emotion and sensuality between unmarried people. Fidelity, self-sacrifice, and playful fun help round out the romance. Keep it within the context of … Continue reading A Simple Plan for Christian Romance