FAQs About Becoming an Indie Author

If you’re interested in self-publishing but have no idea where to start, here are a few FAQs I’ve answered about the basics of becoming an indie author.

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How We Can Point Others to Jesus Through Creative Outlets

Jesus calls all of us to “go make disciples”, but how can we do that if we’re not public speakers or feel led to become missionaries?

The truth is, we can spread the gospel right where we are with the unique talents God has given us. Today, we’re covering how we can point others to Jesus through creative outlets.

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WIP Update: On the Flip Side (Update #5)

The last time I gave y’all an update on my current WIP, On the Flip Side, I was feeling down in the dumps about my lack of progress in finishing the book. As you may recall, in December 2022, I began rewriting the manuscript from Chapter One after re-outlining. While I was happy with my new outline, I felt like I would never finish the book, especially since I was ten months into writing it at that point.

But then, in the eleventh month, God helped me get back on track. Keep reading for a complete opposite tale of what I reported in my last WIP Update!

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Recommending Music Artists Based on My Books

Like many authors, when I’m in the process of brainstorming ideas for a work-in-progress, I like to make a playlist for the book on Spotify of songs that remind me of the book.

Though I’ve shared some of my playlists here on Authoring Arrowheads before, today I’d like to recommend y’all specific music artists based on my books. 🙂

Let’s rock and roll. 😛

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Social Media Etiquette for Authors and Readers

Authors and readers, if you’re not sure how to navigate the nasty trenches of social media, allow me to help. Today, we’re discussing social media etiquette for authors and readers.

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Editing Diaries: The Dream (Episode 1)

Now that it’s been a few months since The Fall released, I’ve entered the first editing stages of the final book in The Ballad of Emery Brooks trilogy, The Dream. How are things going so far? Honestly, better than I anticipated.

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What I’ve Learned From Writing Dual POVs for the First Time

On the Flip Side is a contemporary Christian young adult standalone novel that follows the dual POVs of twin sisters, Kennedy and Katie Oliver, as one sister is trapped in a toxic relationship with a narcissist. Since On the Flip Side is the first novel I’ve written from a dual POV, writing this book has been both a fun and difficult learning experience. If you’re new to writing dual POVs, I pray these lessons I’ve learned can help you better narrate your own WIP from two or more perspectives

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