Writers and Authors On Fire CAN Author Interviews

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Writers and Authors On Fire Podcast Host, John Vonhoff, discusses writing, writing life, writing lessons, and the best tips to be a successful author with his guests. Listen to episodes below by clicking on the link.   Cheri Cowell is an accomplished author, speaker, and owner of EABooks Publishing. Dr. Michelle Bengtson is the author of Hope Prevails, a book about depression. Sydney Avey writes literary fiction about the human experience. Jane Daley has written two nonfiction books about life’s hard issues. Sherry Kyle is an author of novels for women and books for tween girls. Crystal Bowman is a children’s…

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Heritage of Truth Internet TV

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Heritage of Truth Internet TV, Produced and Hosted by CAN member Jeanne Dennis Click on the title links below to watch the interviews with Christian Authors Network members. You can also learn more about each member by clicking on their name. Jane S. Daly, Time for Hope (show link) Crystal Bowman on Teaching Children Spiritual Truths (show link) Dianne Barker interviewed by Angela Breidenbach: A Journey of Faith (show link) Twila Belk interviewed by Jeanne Dennis: Spiritual Encouragement for Caregivers (show link) Anita Brooks on Getting Through What You Can’t Get Over (show link) Craig von Buseck: Fishers of Men  Karen Whiting on Raising a Young Modern…

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You Are the Apple of His Eye

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Greetings from Kathy Collard Miller in the Southern California desert near Palms Springs. Have you had your eyes examined lately? The last time my eyes were examined, I felt tense having that puff of air come toward my eye to test for glaucoma. I knew it was coming and the longer I waited for it, the more tense I became. I knew it wouldn’t hurt me, but it still scared me. I wanted to push the machine away and protect my eye. Do you feel like your eye is one of the most sensitive parts of your body that you…

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Tips From the Pros: Stacy Hawkins Adams

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Davalynn Spencer here, welcoming multi-published author Stacy Hawkins Adams for an encore visit to the Christian Authors Network. Stacy, tell us how many books you have published and a few of your latest titles. I have ten books nationally published – nine women’s fiction novels and one nonfiction, spiritual devotional. My most recent title is a novel I released in March 2013, called Finding Home. It is the third book in my Winds of Change series, but as with the first and second books in the series, it is a stand-alone title, so you can start with any one of…

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Free Author Boot Camp Event Jun 26 in Cincinnati

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Are you a published author living in, near, or visiting the Cincinnati area June 26th, 2016? This free event, offered by the Christian Booksellers Association in partnership with the Christian Authors Network, offers a career track for building up our published authors during the UNITE 2016 event in Cincinnati, Ohio. If you need career help, inspiration, networking, and quality teaching to move forward then you’ll love this event. Register at the door. Click the article link below for more information. We look forward to pouring our experience and heart for the published author into your career. See you soon in…

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Intimate Storytelling – Part I Character Viewpoint

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Hi from Gail Gaymer Martin at www.gailmartin.com One of an authors goals is to have our characters connect with our readers. They begin to care about them and to relate to their joys and sorrows. They don't want to put down the book because it's like saying good bye to a good friend.  As writers, then, we try to use writing techniques that connect in an intimate way with our readers and this can happen by our storytelling style.  One thing that first person offers that third doesn’t is an intimacy between the POV character and the reader. In first person,…

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Pay It Forward

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Hi, all. Ava Pennington here again! Once upon a time I was the Vice President of Human Resources for an international insurance company. The corporate rat race consumed all my energies. Writing for publication was a vague dream that belonged to another life – a life far removed from my reality.  

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