Category: Self-Publishing

Exciting Announcement and New Blog Series

Exciting Announcement and New Blog Series

Welcome to my first blog post of the year. And since this is January 6, Happy Epiphany/Dia de los Reyes (whichever term you prefer). I have an exciting announcement. The original version called Dark Nights of the Soul: Reflections on Faith and the Depressed Brain, won the Nonfiction Category in Writer’s Digest’s Self-Published Ebook Awards. …

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Book Fairs–My First Time as an Author

Book Fairs–My First Time as an Author

My character study on Abraham is finished. I really learned a lot from it. The approach I took was trying to understand what his stories meant to the author and who they were originally written for. There were a lot of surprises, even for a lifelong student of the Bible like me. I gathered a …

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My First Book Signing!!

My First Book Signing!!

Story Lines Author and Small Press Fair, Anderson, South Carolina. Saturday, December 7, 2019, 1:00-4:00 PM. Anderson Main Library 300 N McDuffie St Anderson, SC 29621 I rarely use exclamation points, but an author’s first book signing is a big deal (for him/her, at least). I will be at the Anderson County Public Library this …

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Last Day Free & Excerpt

Last Day Free & Excerpt

My latest Kindle ebook, Dark Nights of the Soul: Reflections on Faith and the Depressed Brain, is still available for free, but only for today. Here is another except. This is a chapter that exposes the voice a clinically depressed person is likely to hear in their brain. Understanding this voice is, I believe, is …

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Book Excerpt: Dark Nights of the Soul

Book Excerpt: Dark Nights of the Soul

I have published an ebook on Kindle. It is available for free through July 27. Since I am self-publishing, I can show you an excerpt without asking the publisher for permission. I am the publisher, and I give myself permission. The book is called Dark Nights of the Soul: Reflections on Faith and the Depressed …

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