I recently made a list of the steps involved for publishing on Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing site. This was for a new author whose cover I designed and whose book I edited. I thought it might be helpful to others who don't know it's actually not that hard to publish your own book. Pictured above … Continue reading Step by Step and — Published!
Have you ever wanted to dip into our fourteen historical fiction books but couldn't decide which is right for you? Now you can "taste and see" anything from Ice Age times to the New Mexico territory. Some have romance, some have political intrigue, all have life and death struggles for what's right. Sample chapters from … Continue reading Findley Family Video Publications Sampler One: Historical Fiction
A couple of years ago I took the plunge into children's book illustrating and here is my first effort. This is a fantasy frame tale for children involves a "runt of the litter" kitty named Archibald who helps teach lessons of loyalty and the search for belonging. He travels through Bible history seeking his "forever … Continue reading A Children’s Book I Illustrated — Archibald and the Fiery Furnace — now 99 cents!
Hi! I'll just say this out loud. I agreed to participate in this author Thanksgiving blog hop, and then forgot all about it. But, it just so happens, that I have things I am thankful for, or, rather, people, so I am very glad I did remember, and I do have this opportunity to share … Continue reading Who Am I Thankful For? You, You, and You! — Post by Mary C. Findley
"What?" laughed another man listening to them. "Spend money on the moon colony? Cut into their profits? Come on!" "I'd rather have them raise our pay, anyway," The small man grabbed another carton and shoved it into place. "But I can't see them doing that, either." "They just might change their minds if enough of … Continue reading from Empire Saga: City on a Hill by Michael Findley
This was posted in an Author's Group I belong to by a member who has not had the best of relationships with Twitter, I admit. But as we struggle to use our time wisely to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ, to Edify believers, to promote a Christian Worldview, and to teach and to delight, … Continue reading Twitter You’re Fired! Or Are You?