Authors, Christian authors, inspirational fiction

The Trouble With Love interview with Toni Shiloh

What a fun interview with author,Toni Shiloh, about her newest release, The Trouble with Love 🙂 Check out the book here 🙂 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0892HSZHD https://youtu.be/MIqZ6UfICkc

Appalachia, Christian authors, England, inspirational fiction, Pepper Basham

World Building

Building a world for your story isn't always filled with spacecraft and foreign planets. I love creating the place where my characters can thrive, grow, love, and heal. What storyworld do YOU like to get lost in? Original Post published 8/19/2015  Currently, I've been reading about creating a 'story world' and what's involved in the… Continue reading World Building

England, inspirational fiction, novella, Pepper Basham

Book Journeys – Bath, UK #1

My upcoming novella, Second Impressions, which is released in a fun compilation called Love at First Laugh, takes place in the beautiful city of Bath, UK during the Jane Austen Festival.   A few things of note: Bath is a beautiful city. There's lots more to see than just what is in the city. The spirit of Jane… Continue reading Book Journeys – Bath, UK #1

Christian authors, England, God's grace, inspirational fiction, Pepper Basham's books

Cover Reveal…and massive celebrating

Just the Way You Are is the book equivalent of my FAVORITE dessert!

Appalachia, inspirational fiction, Pepper Basham's books

Upcoming Writerly News

2016 proved a pretty busy writing year for me. In February, the second book in the Penned in Time series, The Thorn Keeper, hit the shelves. In April, my first contemporary romance novel, A Twist of Faith, made its debut to kick-off the Mitchell's Crossroads series, and my historical romance series came to a end (close to home)… Continue reading Upcoming Writerly News

Christian authors, Fiction Book Reviews, God's grace, inspirational fiction, Laura Frantz

A Moonbow Night by Laura Frantz

Of one thing I am certain, Laura Frantz's writing holds as spellbinding a quality as the stories she weaves with such intricate detail. A Moonbow Night is no different. Steeping in imagery thick with the mountains and hollows of frontier Appalachia, Laura introduces us, not only to riveting characters as alive to history as the famous… Continue reading A Moonbow Night by Laura Frantz

Authors, Christian authors, Fiction Book Reviews, God's grace, inspirational fiction, Pepper Basham's books, The Thorn Healer

Overwhelmed by Reader’s Responses!

It's true. The past two days I've been on the verge of tears from the absolutely BEAUTIFUL reviews that have come in about The Thorn Healer. Why? Well, because this story has been the hardest one to write to date (just as Julie Gwinn or Carrie Schmidt). Writing the hero wasn't difficult, but 'finding' my… Continue reading Overwhelmed by Reader’s Responses!

Appalachia, Authors, Fiction Book Reviews, inspirational fiction, Pepper Basham's books

Release Day!! Book Birthday #4

Wow! It's been a crazy year, but after lots of hard work and some brainstorming help from my super duper brainstorming team and agent, Julie Gwinn - we have a new book baby!! Yes! Today, the third book in the Penned in Time series is here! This book is a little different than its two… Continue reading Release Day!! Book Birthday #4

God's grace, inspirational fiction, Mom Devotionals, Pepper Basham

In Pieces

It's Christmas! So, of course, my family is enjoying the process of pulling out ornaments we've collected through the years and safeguarded for posterity's sake 🙂 These are special treasures of time - a preschool craft, a specially designed momento, a uniquely-perfect gift. So....it is ironic that just this morning one of my favorite ornaments… Continue reading In Pieces

Appalachia, England, inspirational fiction, Pepper Basham, Pepper Basham's books

Creating a Word…Shakespeare-style

You know what happens when you leave a creative mind in a car alone for too long? Crazy stuff. Like....creating a word that holds the essence of your brand! YES! Historic note: It is theorized that playwright William Shakespeare first cited from over 200 to 1500 words! Whether he was the inventor of them or… Continue reading Creating a Word…Shakespeare-style