The In-Between | Kat Heckenbach

The In-Between  |  Kat Heckenbach

Please welcome independent author Kat Heckenbach as she stops by the blog today to talk about that hurdle that all authors must face at some point: marketing. Indie authors aren’t quite what they used to be. Self-publishing at one time meant shouldering huge printing expenses because we didn’t have the print-on-demand technology we have today.

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We are so excited to have author Morgan L. Busse stop by the Crosshair Press blog today! “Awakened” is the title of the second installment in her award-winning steampunk series, The Soul Chronicles. It was released this November, and we asked if she would give us a bit more insight into what got her started on this

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Thanksgiving 2017

Thanksgiving 2017

It’s been an eventful year at Crosshair Press, although it might seem like it’s been a little quiet at the blog-front here. Behind the scenes, though, we have a flurry of activities in the works as we each pursue personal and career goals, and work to introduce you to some amazing authors and their stories.

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Road to Realm Makers 2017: A Recap

Road to Realm Makers 2017: A Recap

Each year I’ve gone to Realm Makers, I’ve had major expectations. I expect to hear excellent instruction on writing. I expect to make new connections and to see people dressed up and having fun at the annual costume-optional banquet. And I definitely expect to be inspired to take on my dreams and plans and… Sometimes

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We All Start Somewhere

We All Start Somewhere

“Mommy! I just drawed a letter!” My three-year-old sang from behind a coloring book, wielding a crayon with a flourish. “Nice job,” I replied distractedly, as many parents do in response to the thousandth summons by a toddler for attention. “Which one did you draw?” She lifted the page, full of multicolored scribbles. “C.” And

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Adventures in Audiobooks

Adventures in Audiobooks

As a busy mom who works best with some background noise, I used to listen to podcasts constantly. I’d never been able to listen to audiobooks, since I’m a very visual person. I’m the one who likes to have the subtitles on the TV screen, even when it’s loud enough to hear. It’s like a

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6 Practical Ways to Inspire Creativity | J.J. Johnson

6 Practical Ways to Inspire Creativity  |  J.J. Johnson

I have been staring at a blinking cursor for fifteen minutes, working on a blog post that I waited until the last second to write.  And the truth is… I’m drained. Whether I’m wrestling with two crazy boys, or conquering mountains of laundry, sweeping up the crumbs that magically appear on a hardwood floor, emptying

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The Ministry of Words | Sheri Yutzy

The Ministry of Words | Sheri Yutzy

Writers are the word-shapers of the world. We are quirky, creative, and sometimes solitary, but above all, we use words to invite the light of Christ. As a writer, I can minister to the hurting, confused, and downcast of the world through stories and articles. Including myself. When we as writers put words on the

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Finding the Soul of your Story | Lani Forbes

Finding the Soul of your Story | Lani Forbes

Much to my husband’s dismay, I could watch the movie “Memoirs of a Geisha” over and over again for the rest of my life. Like a good wife, I tricked him into watching it with me by promising it was about World War II. I conveniently forgot to mention that it was a Cinderella story

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