Tell us a little about yourself. I feel like a contestant on Wheel of Fortune. Do I go with the cliché answer about my awesome wife and three rambunctious children or do I shake it up and go on an unexpected mini-rant about my disdain for the oxford comma? Hmmm…. I’m going with the comma. [...]
Book Blurb: Sixteen-year-old Timothy Gephart’s life is a chronicle of loser-hood. Trapped by the decaying walls of his family’s trailer and saddled with the responsibility of caring for a grandmother stricken with a wicked combination of Alzheimer’s and cancer, Timothy isn’t exactly thriving in the teenage chapter of his life. To make matters worse, his [...]
Happy 2019! It's been a while since I've blogged here, but I'm hoping to get back to a regular schedule. I'm sad to say it won't be every Monday like it was last year, but I do promise to be here twice a month to share book thoughts, editing tips, querying advice, and anything else [...]
Her First Noel by Miriam Thor As the youngest attorney at a prestigious law firm, Reagan Pierce has her life all figured out. Never mind that she isolated from her family and works around the clock. But a few weeks before Christmas, she learns that her best friend from high school has passed away. Stricken [...]
We are pleased to have author, Jennifer Pierce, visiting our blog again. Last week the second book in Small Town Guardians series released. Find out more below. Are you a plotter or a pantster? I am a pantster. I may have a small scene or a vague idea on what the story is about and [...]
The idea for Northern Deception came in stages. I was entering a contest looking for books about Canadian heroes, to be set in Canada or set outside Canada but the main criteria was that the hero had to be a Canadian. So, I was mulling over ideas for a Canadian hero and I knew most people would think of making their hero a Royal Canadian Mounted Police Officer because they’re a Canadian icon—the red-coated Mountie on a horse. And I’d been joking with my husband that people think of Canadians as either Mounties or lumberjacks in red plaid shirts.
How did you hear about Anaiah Press? My first introduction to Anaiah Press came as a result of a Twitter pitch contest. I took a chance and pitched my novel, now titled The Christmas Angel in Apt. 3C. Happily, Anaiah Press editor Kara Leigh Miller hearted one of my pitches for the novel. Do you [...]