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Today I’m Out Visiting Gail Johnson’s Blog- Would You Like to Come Along?

Hello, Readers and Writers! Today, author and blogger Gail Johnson was kind enough to host me for an interview on her "Women of Faith and Fiction" spot on her blog. I hope you can stop by! -Anne Women of Faith and Fiction ~ Anne Clare — Gail Johnson I also read history books and first-hand… Continue reading Today I’m Out Visiting Gail Johnson’s Blog- Would You Like to Come Along?

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Celebrating VE Day 75 with Books

This Friday, May 8th, is a significant one in World War II history. It is the 75th anniversary of VE Day-- the day that the Allies declared Victory in Europe. With gatherings banned in many places, we can't quite celebrate like they did that first time around. However, several WWII authors (myself included) are offering… Continue reading Celebrating VE Day 75 with Books

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3 Questions Wednesday with Anne Clare — Inspired Prompt

Well! Just as I was getting my writing schedule back in order, things in the world have gotten a bit complicated. In all seriousness, I hope and pray that you are all healthy and that the economic impacts of all of the shutting-down and distancing isn't causing undue hardship for you and yours. As to… Continue reading 3 Questions Wednesday with Anne Clare — Inspired Prompt

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WWII Flash Fiction: “Changing Horizons”

Author Trisha Faye runs "Pages of the Past: Celebrating Historical Fiction," an excellent website, newsletter, and facebook group for historical fiction readers and writers. She also hosted her first historical flash fiction contest this December, which I entered, and won! For those of you not familiar with the term, flash fiction is characterized by its… Continue reading WWII Flash Fiction: “Changing Horizons”

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My Book’s Taking a Spin on Kindle Unlimited

Happy weekend to all! While I'm still deep in the grip of NaNoWriMo,  (and feeling half grateful and half panicked that the month's challenge is halfway over) I'm surfacing for a moment to let you know about a new option for checking out my debut novel, WHOM SHALL I FEAR? Authors who publish e-books exclusively… Continue reading My Book’s Taking a Spin on Kindle Unlimited

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It’s Launch Day! And the Winners Are…

It's here! It's my book launch day, and, in spite of my worries, both my e-book and my paperback are LIVE on Amazon! (Of course, since everything can never be perfect, the online description on the paperback page came out as a big block-o-text, but I guess that gives me something to keep working on… Continue reading It’s Launch Day! And the Winners Are…

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Psssst! Do You Wanna See My Book’s Cover?

A friend and I recently talked about how producing a book is a little like having a child. There's the desire to do everything right and the worry over all the things that could go wrong with this bit of creation you've gotten to be a part of. There's the fear of letting go, of just what will… Continue reading Psssst! Do You Wanna See My Book’s Cover?

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Pre-Publishing Panics

  I'm avoiding my inbox. You see, waiting in my inbox is the first half of my book, back from my editor. After more than two years, my debut novel is just about ready to be launched out into the real world. And I...I am too scared to open that document. I know what needs to… Continue reading Pre-Publishing Panics