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 “Don’t do that, Abby. 
I don’t like him and I will never like him. And he’ll never like me.
But, like it or not, we both love you. So we’ll make it work.”
John F. Kennedy Jr. very accurately predicting the less-than-stellar relationship he and Christopher Dean would have for the next twenty years

 Does the quote above sound implausible to you?

Well, in my opinion, it's brilliant! And you'll find it in I've Loved These Days (Book One in The Abigail Phelps Series) by amazingly talented author



I've met her through Rave Reviews Book Club (if you're not yet a member go there RIGHT NOW and join us) and I can tell you she's not only a talented indie author but amazingly supportive of fellow writers. Well, the whole idea of this PAY IT FORWARD WEEK originated with her , so you get my meaning! If you don't know this awesome initiative, please, take your time to check it here.
Bethany is currently RRBC's SPOTLIGHT AUTHOR and you don't want to miss her posts there. They're informative, interesting, and fun! Click here for the lineup!
In my opinion, there's no better way to thank authors than reading and reviewing their books.

Here's where you can go for Bethany's-







Twitter handle @BTLiteraryStuff
Facebook Abigail Phelps Page 



Saturday, March 14, 2015

Christina Harding Erotica: Upside Down by Liz Gavin

Christina Harding Erotica: Upside Down by Liz Gavin: Genre: Swingers/Domination Synopsis: Carol Anne Sullivan is a tough New York stock broker. She's suffered enough in order to learn a...

Monday, January 19, 2015

Myrddin's Heir Blogs: Naming your characters the easy way

Myrddin's Heir Blogs: Naming your characters the easy way:  One of the particularities of my children’s book, Runaway Smile , is that all characters are nameless. I did this on purpose...

Saturday, January 17, 2015

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Saturday, January 10, 2015



Beem Weeks is one of the biggest supporters of Indie Authors I've met and for him to host today's stop on Lucky Blog Tour is a HUGE honor.

Not to mention his blog will blow your mind. You MUST read his inspiring posts. They are beautiful tales written with heart and soul.

Why did I become an Indie Author? 

I’ve got asked this question a lot and I found out there’s no easy answer. On one hand, there were many stories inside my head fighting to get out and onto the paper (or an eReader screen), and this was clearly a reason. But on the other hand, there was also a sense of challenge. I had never written anything before August of 2013 when I decided to try my hand at it. I didn’t know if I’d be any good at it. Granted, I had been an avid reader ever since I learned how to read but that didn’t mean I could write.

I still remember fondly the first time I sat down in front of my computer to write my novel. I also remember I would create whole scenes and clever dialogs in my head while driving to my regular job. I would sit through boring meetings while my characters played out scenes in front of my eyes. Then, I would get home and spend hours translating all those awesome ideas into words and sentences. I was living my dream. After a week of hard work, I had written around twenty pages. 

WHAT?! Only twenty pages? 

Yep! That was when I understood writing was a much harder job then I had imagined. People don’t know that. Writers do! 

After that frustrated weekend, I decided to start small. Literally. I put the novel idea aside and started writing short-stories. I learned to create covers and I uploaded them to eBook stores. Then, I waited for the readers to come. And they did! I was surprised at the reviews I started getting. I asked my best friend to post the first one, like so many authors I’ve met have told me they did too, but the other reviews I’ve received so far have come from people I don’t know. Readers who have enjoyed my stories (most of them, anyway) and wrote the most amazing things about them. I was touched and convinced I was doing something right. So I kept writing and learning and hope to be able to do so for a long time.