Romance

Why This Published Author Decided to Self-Publish! By MaryLu Tyndall

The writing industry is changing. And in my opinion, for the better! I am the author of more than fourteen novels, all historical romances, all published by Barbour Publishing. I started my career back in 2005 when I received my first contract for a Christian Pirate trilogy, and it’s been a wild ride ever since! … Continue reading »

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Denise Hunter on “Dancing with Fireflies”

Today, I am super-excited to be interviewing one of my favorite authors, Denise Hunter. She’s been a favorite since I read the book Seaside Letters a few years ago. If you haven’t read her novels, I suggest you check them out right now. We’ll wait … <Connie hums a tune. Denise taps her fingers on … Continue reading »

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2014 Read an E-Book Week

Smashwords launched their sixth annual Read an E-book Week promotion yesterday, March 2, and it will run through Saturday, March 8. This is the place to go for bargains and free e-books. Many authors are participating with their books cut to 25%, 50%, and 75% off the retail price or FREE. What is Smashwords? Simply … Continue reading »

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Welcome Linda J. White to IC Today

  I love it when the great authors are local to me!!! Though Linda White lives in Virginia (a little south), I met her at a book signing this past year at Books-A-Million, right here in Hanover, Maryland. So of course I hounded her for an interview :o). And she graciously accepted. So, Linda, tell … Continue reading »

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An Edwardian Christmas—By Carrie Turansky

Many of the Christmas traditions enjoyed by the English during the Edwardian era were similar to those we enjoy in the US today, but some are quite different. I loved learning more about Edwardian Christmas traditions as I did research for my novel, The Governess of Highland Hall, which is set in the fall and … Continue reading »

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MaryLu Tyndall Invites Magnolia Scott from Elusive Hope to IC

MaryLu Tyndall has done it again. She’s coaxed another one of her characters out to InfiniteCharacters.com for an interview. Today, we have Magnolia Scott (from the novel Elusive Hope) who sailed from the United States with Eliza Crawford some months ago. She’s come to—ahem—grace us with her extraordinary presence. Magnolia, thank you for coming today. … Continue reading »

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Welcome Michele Chynoweth to IC Today

This summer I had the wonderful pleasure of meeting Michele Chynoweth at the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers’ Conferencer. We spent lots of time together, giving me the great opportunity to hear how Michele could turn a Bible story into a modern-day tale. Something the average reader can relate to. Now, I’d like to give you … Continue reading »

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Serenity to Accept—A Review

I love when I can relate to a story and its characters, especially ones where matters of faith are central—and “Serenity to Accept” is one of those stories. This is a story like we see in my neighborhood where the church is not the centerpiece of the community. For many, it’s just a place to … Continue reading »

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Have You Met Author Jacqueline Kimball?

Hi, this is Mildred Colvin. While getting reacquainted with my Facebook author page, I found a new author friend. Jacqueline Kimball is writing a series of stories based on the Oregon Trail. Interestingly enough, she and I are both now writing a third Oregon Trail book. Hers, Love Comes to Beaver Creek, will conclude The … Continue reading »

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Writer As Creator

One of the amazing things about being a writer is how it gives one a glimpse of what it is like to be God. No, I do not have the power to alter realities … but I do have the power to alter “unrealities.” And oh what an exciting prospect. I can make new worlds … Continue reading »

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