The Chase

Amanda Flower

For Writers

When the Time Is Just Right

Recently, I attended the American Library Association’s (ALA) Annual Conference in Anaheim, California, to sign copies of my new release, A Plain Death, in the B&H Publishing booth. A Plain Death is the first novel in the Appleseed Creek Mystery Series. It’s about how an unlikely friendship between a high-tech woman and a runaway Amish girl leads to the death of an Amish bishop.

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Debby Mayne

Genre Happenings

Welcome to Bloomfield
A Fiction Series Published by B&H

The Bloomfield series is a set of quirky novels, novellas, and straight-to-digital shorts that B&H is publishing over the next several years. I’m one of eight authors writing these delightful, spunky, and often irreverent tales about people we’ve come to know and love, and we hope our readers do too. Gail Sattler, Kathi Macias, Martha Rogers, Trish Perry, Miralee Ferrell, Jenness Walker, Tracy Bowen, and I have written...

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DiAnn Mills

DiAnn Direct

Reducing Flab

Ever read something you wrote one year ago, six months ago, or yesterday and cringe? Everything from word choice, descriptions, characters, plotting, and setting screamed back at you. I bet you even checked to make sure you actually wrote the piece. That was because we are always changing, growing, and learning the craft. Our job as writers is not limited to merely creating a manuscript, but we have a responsibility to edit and revise.

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Jill Nutter/Jillian Kent

The Well Writer

Fear? Overload? by Pepper D. Basham

For the past two months, I’ve been moving at speeds nearing overload. It’s been pretty crazy. From full-time work to five kids (with massive science fair projects) to a new house that needed major cosmetic renovations, there hasn’t been a lot of time to write.

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Marlene Banks

Author By Night

Looking in the Rearview Mirror

My route to getting published started on Writing Stories Highway, which took me up Interstate Hard Work to the Determination Road overpass. I traveled through the highly populated Town of Insecurity. I ended up in Blows of Life Forrest and almost drowned in Upheaval Lake. I was getting disheartened and weary so I spent the night in Frustration Valley and later broke down in Doubting County. With God’s guiding hand I was able to make my way to the Tunnel of Tenacity and came out the other end with an indomitable spirit.

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