Inspirational Journeys Presents: Leaders Press helps Entrepreneurs become bestselling authors with Alinka Rutkowska

This week, my special guest shares the story of how she started her publishing company, Leaders Press. She also talks about how Leaders press helps Entrepreneurs turn their book ideas into USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestsellers. INSPIRATIONAL JOURNEYS PRESENTS! Leaders Press helps entrepreneurs become bestselling authors with Alinka Rutkowska! Hello: I’m proud to … Read more

Inspirational Journeys Presents: Special Guest Interview with Alexa Bigwarfe

In today’s episode, I’m speaking with the host of the Women in Publishing summit, which was held March 2-8 2020. Listen as she shares her inspirational Journey with us. INSPIRATIONAL JOURNEYS PRESENTS! ALEXA BIGWARFE! Hello: I’m proud to announce the following guest for your listening pleasure. Please be sure to read onward after the following … Read more

My first Podcast Episode and my experience with Anchor

Hello everyone, Have you ever wanted to conduct your own podcast, but didn’t know how to get started? Well, let me explain something, I was like you. However, I have finally found a platform that is accessible, though you have to do a bit of working around the app to discover what one of the … Read more

Editors and Beta Readers – Vital for Independent Authors

As Indie authors, we must do all we can to make our books stand out above the crowd. Here are a couple of tips you need to take into consideration if you plan to self-publish your book, instead of finding an agent and working with a traditional publisher.

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AUTHORS, THEY’RE ONLY HUMAN: Rejection For Authors by Anne Copeland

If your book gets rejected by agents and publishers or it can’t be published by KDP print, take this woman’s advice and take note of the reasons why your book has been rejected. You may find that the rejections have nothing to do with you.

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Personally, I have four books published, all of which I eventually published on Amazon myself, so it just goes to show you that with a little help from writer friends and a publisher who knows how to format books, we too can publish our own books independently if we are unable to work with agents and editors.

Publishing News and General Updates

Hey there everyone, I know it’s been a while since I have actually posted an update, that is except for blog posts that I’ve shared, but today I have a bit of exciting publishing news for you.   First of all, if you remember, I made an announcement about my upcoming book festival. However, Due … Read more

An announcement and calls to action

Hello my dear readers, There are three things I want to accomplish in my short little post tonight. First of all, I have an announcement to make. I have published a little eBook entitled Stories Outside the box. It’s available to purchase for 99 cents at Stories Outside the Box is a little book … Read more

I finally finished my NaNoWriMo novel

Hey Y’all, Even though November and NaNoWriMo have come to an end before I reached 50K words this year, I’m proud to say that I am still a winner! My total WIP for Epiphany High was 54747. Although I had to finish the Novel two weeks after NaNoWriMo ended, due to my daughter’s illness while … Read more

Reports of a Shrinking US eBook Market Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

This is an article from one of the many blogs I follow. I am posting this on my blog today, because I feel that authors who are published, or are planning to publish in the near future, need to know that if they plan to publish in ebook formats,there is still a market for this … Read more

What inspired me to write A Journey of Faith

Inspired by dreams Have you ever been inspired to write a story based on a recurring dream you’ve had over the past few years? To be honest with you, I have had a recurring dream of climbing, which can take on many different forms, from stairs, to ladders of all kinds, to climbing into a … Read more

Character Interview with Asher Brooks revised

Hello everyone, Today I’m here with Shelly and Becca’s old Boss from A Journey of Faith, Asher Brooks. As you will discover, Asher is a very mean, verry self-centered, character. If he doesn’t get his way, he wants to get revenge. Now, I’ll let him tell you a little about himself. Ann. Hello Asher, How … Read more

A Journey of Faith, is turning into a Christian suspense novel

Is my inspiration running dry? Not so much, especially last night and this morning. Let’s just say the incident that Becca Martin witnessed was an accident, but someone may have caused the accident to play a dirty trick on the patrons who love to visit Sweet Water Park to go climbing and biking. Shelly Marcus, … Read more

My book is calling to me

I have a question for you writers out there. Have you ever felt like your book, or your story idea was calling your name as you worked on something else? Well, that’s happening to me today. I saw a scene playing out in my head as I was doing some work online As I work … Read more