ALT="Davalynn Spencer"Greetings from Colorado where spring has finally sprung! Today I’m happy to introduce author Anne Greene for her encore visit to CAN.

Welcome, Anne. How many books do you now have published? So far I have six books published. I also have nine novellas, all in boxed sets as well as single books.

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Cheri Cowell

Cheri Cowell

Marketing Tips From Cheri Cowell

E-mail newsletters are now listed as the most effective way of reaching a fan base. Yet most authors don’t do this. Here are a few steps to get you going in this important marketing step.

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Hello from Colorado. Davalynn  Spencer, here, and so happy to introduce our pro today, Loree Lough.

Loree, how many books do you have published?

I have 105 (four more releasing between July 2016 and November 2017).

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Laurie Alice Eakes
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Davalynn Spencer

Good morning from Colorado. Davalynn Spencer here, happy to introduce author Laurie Alice Eakes who has some great things to share.

How many books do you have published and what are a few of your latest titles?

Currently, I have twenty-one books published, not counting the compilation books in which my work appears.

Laurie Alice Eakes

Laurie Alice Eakes

My latest book is The Mountain Midwife. “Over a Barrel” is a novella reprinted in The American Dream Collection with eight other authors, and A Stranger’s Secret released in April, the second book in the Cliffs of Cornwall series.

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Davalynn Spencer
here, from colorful Colorado, excited to visit with Mona Hodgson. I met Mona a
few years ago at a Mt. Hermon Christian Writers Conference and have been awed
by her maneuverability between children's books and historical fiction. Mona has
some great tips for first-book authors.

Welcome, Mona.
Will you tell us how you became a writer?

For as long as I
can remember, I was going to be a nurse like my cousin Irene. That's what I
told my parents and that's what we all expected. Although I had been more
successful in English classes than in other classes, and I had always preferred
words over numbers or science projects, becoming a writer hadn't crossed my
mind until I was nearly thirty.

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