Monthly Archives: December 2012

Happy New Year

  Infinite Characters would like to wish all our readers a happy and prosperous New Year.  It’s been a joy to honor our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, through our posts during 2012.   As we head on into 2013, I’d like to offer a little encouragement. This time of year is when most people … Continue reading »

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Two Winners of Free Books By Camy Tang

Our first winner is Veronica Sternberg. She will receive a copy of Camy Tang’s “A Dangerous Stage.” Our second winner is Mary. She will receive a copy of Camy Tang’s “Narrow Escape.” Thank you all for participating in our free book giveaway. And thank you, Camy, for providing free books and all the wonderful hours … Continue reading »

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SuzyQ on Author Promotion and Retail Development

Don’t ya just love it when you’re going about your business and God brings interesting and informative people into your life? Well, I’ve had two instances recently where I’ve had the chance to chat with Suzanne Kuhn, of SuzyQ and have come away more knowledgeable about the book business and how to promote myself as a … Continue reading »

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Camy Tang on the IC Hotseat

Camy Tang is on the IC hotseat today to tell us about her newest releases. That’s right, there’s an ‘s’ at the end of that word. Read on and find out how YOU can be eligible to receive one of them for free. But for now, let’s talk to the author herself. Tell us a … Continue reading »

Categories: Author Interviews, Contemporary, Current Books, Fiction, Romance | 25 Comments

Decorate a Christmas Tree an Old Way!

During this holiday season, the darkness that descends each evening is driven back by twinkling lights of every color and design. Our streets glow with them. Our homes, too, are alive with decorations that glisten and shine to defy this darkest time of the year. It’s called the winter solstice, the time of harvest past, … Continue reading »

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Step Outside

Today is the first time I’ve featured another author on the Friday inspirational post for Infinite Characters. I usually write these posts myself about what the Lord puts on my heart.  However, when I read Staci Stalling’s article – Step Outside, I had to share it. If you are an author who wants to honor … Continue reading »

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Camy Tang’s “A Dangerous Stage” and Why Great Characters are a Must!—A Sort-of Review

Tessa Lancaster could be me … uh … except for the fact that she’s courageous, half Japanese and once was an enforcer in her uncle’s yakuza (Japanese mafia) organization. Other than that, I so relate. Why? She’s real, down to earth and human, complete with strengths, weaknesses and insecurities. My kind of character. In fact, … Continue reading »

Categories: Book Reviews, Book Reviews, Contemporary, Current Books, Fiction, Romance | 2 Comments

Winners of Laurie Alice Eakes The Carpenter’s Inheritance

Thanks, ladies for your interest in Laurie’s interview and post. We’re so glad you stopped by and left a comment. Three commenters were selected to receive a copy of The Carpenter’s Inheritance. They are: Janet, Melody, and Mary. I know you’ll enjoy the book. God bless!

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Welcome Bonnie Navarro to Infinite Characters

We’d like to Welcome Bonnie Navarro to Infinite Characters today to tell us about her debut novel, Instant Prairie Family. She has an amazing story of how God opened some doors and how My Book Therapy helped her become a published author. Thank you for joining us. Can you tell us a little about yourself? … Continue reading »

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Writing for Harlequin Heartsong – Laurie Alice Eakes

Writing for Harlequin excites me. Yes, it’s a huge, secular company, and it is also the books I have read pretty much since I discovered romances. Many authors I adore started writing for Harlequin and some still do. So, though I love the people at Barbour Publishing, I was happy that Harlequin bought the Heartsong … Continue reading »

Categories: Agent/Publisher Info, Author Interviews, Current Books, Historical, Regency, Writing Tips | 16 Comments