King’s Daughters’ Writing Camp!

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Before I started thinking about publishing, I really had no idea there were so many other fellow, like-minded writers out there. Beyond my sister, I don’t think I knew anyone else around my age who wrote Christian fiction. And then, when I finally bit the bullet and stepped into the world of publishing, I discovered so many writers out there just like me!

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Some of My Favorite Pieces of Classical Music

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Other than writing, one of my other passions is music. I love many different types of music, but I’m very biased to classical music. (Not surprising, since I’ve played it for the vast majority of my life.) Strangely enough, I think classical music can be a lot like reading a book – if you don’t understand any of the words of the book, you won’t have an enjoyable reading experience. The same holds true for music – the more you understand music, the more you will appreciate it and enjoy it. Even though I love music, I like a piece much better if I have some background and familiarity with it. 🙂

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I Have a Newsletter!

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About three months late, I’ve finally gotten around to launching an author newsletter! 🙂 I’m hoping to have a lot of interesting content that I haven’t shared on the blog (and you’ll just get more of my ramblings – but I’m not sure if that’s very interesting.)

Lord willing, the first edition will be released in March. 🙂

Also, my non-technological-savvy self (yes, that has to be a word), is having problems figuring out why some emails are being sent to spam. So if you don’t get a confirmation email, be sure to check your spam. 🙂

Some Exciting 2022 Books

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In honor of the New Year, I thought I’d talk about a few of the books that I’m looking forward to reading in 2022. I know as the months roll on, there will be many other books to eagerly await, but these are just a few I’m currently looking forward to. This is in no way an exhaustive list – some of these are traditionally published books, some are indie. And these are also new-to-me this year, so I’m not counting anything I’ve already read that will be released in 2022.

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