Tag: Writer Interview

Setting Your Setting

Setting Your Setting

[box]There’s an old saying: You can take the cowboy out of Texas, but you can’t take the Texas out of the cowboy. This is equally as true in fiction as it is in life. No matter where your characters come from, they’re inextricably tied to 

The Point of Point of View

The Point of Point of View

[box]Firsts in Fiction is back again! This week we ponder the point of point of view. Which is right for your story or novel? First person? Second person? Third person? Steve and I explore the issue in depth (probably a little more depth than is 

Author Spotlight: LaTan Murphy and Cynthia Howerter

Author Spotlight: LaTan Murphy and Cynthia Howerter

You’re not seeing double. There are two authors spotlighted this week. LaTan Roland Murphy and Cynthia Howerter collaborated to write the book God’s Provision in Tough Times. Here’s a bit of info about them: [box]LA-TAN MURPHY is a Georgia girl, who currently resides in Raleigh, 

Author Spotlight: Ann Tatlock

Author Spotlight: Ann Tatlock

This week, Ann Tatlock has graciously agreed to talk with me about her career in writing. She’s the author of 10 novels and four children’s books. Her newest novel, Sweet Mercy, was released in May by Bethany House Publishers. She also enjoys teaching at various 

Author Spotlight: Michael Wolff

Author Spotlight: Michael Wolff

Today, I have the honor of talking with fellow LPC author Michael Wolff, author of Praying Today’s Psalms. You may order the book here. ADG: Tell me a bit about yourself, how long you’ve been writing, what types of writing you do, etc. MW: I’ve 

Author Spotlight—Kimberly Rae

Author Spotlight—Kimberly Rae

It’s my pleasure to spotlight fellow LPC author Kimberly Rae this week. She’s lived in Bangladesh, Uganda, Kosovo and Indonesia. In addition to being published over 250 times, she has work in 5 languages. Her suspense/romance novels on international human trafficking and missions (Stolen Woman, 

Author Spotlight: Cindy Sproles

Author Spotlight: Cindy Sproles

This week, I have the honor of “spotlighting” Cindy Sproles. She’s a good friend and great writer. We’re in the process of collaborating on a novel as we speak, but that’s not the only thing she has going on. You’ll see just how busy she 

Author Spotlight—M. B. Dahl

Author Spotlight—M. B. Dahl

This week it’s my honor to feature M. B. Dahl. Mary Beth has won several writing awards at Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers’ Conference. Her essay, “Little People,” was part of the Life Lessons from Teachers anthology, and her first novel Through the Balustrade was 

Author Spotlight–Steven James

Author Spotlight–Steven James

Today I have the extreme pleasure of featuring best-selling author Steven James. He’s penned more than thirty books ranging from psychological thrillers to  prayer collections. He has received wide critical acclaim for his work including four Storytelling World Honor awards, two Publishers Weekly starred reviews, 

Author Spotlight: Dennis Fulgoni

Author Spotlight: Dennis Fulgoni

It’s my genuine pleasure to feature Dennis Fulgoni on today’s Author Spotlight. Among other things, Dennis is a fellow Antioch Alum (he sat next to me at our graduation ceremony) and a great friend. He won an Intro Journals Award, a Kirkwood Award for Fiction,