Author Marcia King-Gamble knows a few things about romance. After all, she’s been reading them since she was a child.
I wasted a lot of time when I first started writing trying to make the first draft for a still-unpublished manuscript perfect. It wasn’t until I had written a few manuscripts that I learned a very valuable lesson: The first draft is not supposed to be perfect when you finish.
I’ve been looking forward to reading Angela Benson’s newest book, The Summer of Me, since I found out about it last year. I recently had the honor of interviewing her.
You’ve made the decision to write a book, but then it hits you as you sit down to write and encounter the blank page: You have no clue what you’re doing.
Magic City Momma is excited that Kendra Norman, bestselling author, licensed minister and radio host, recently stopped by to discuss her new book and her career.
The fact that you’ve been drawn to the post tells me a lot about you. You’re at a point where either you’ve had this idea to put pen to paper for a while, or someone has planted a seed in you that has you wondering if you have what it takes to write a book.
Author Pat G’Orge-Walker has learned laughter really does the heart good. She recently spoke with Magic City Momma about her book, Holy Mayhem, which was recently released as a mass market paperback.
Author Joylynn Ross who writes as E. N. Joy is on a mission to give readers joy despite their pain.
Author, journalist and writing coach Stacy Hawkins Adams recently spoke with Magic City Momma about Finding Home, the final book in her Winds of Change series.
USA Today bestselling author (and newlywed!) Angie Daniels recently spoke with Magic City Momma about stepping outside her comfort zone and her new series.