Romance, Adventure, Historical, Contemporary is Annette Snyder’s way of entertaining. She writes what she calls ‘Beach Reads.’ Not too long. Not too short. A satisfying read that doesn’t take two weeks to find whodunit. There’s just not time in her life right now for an epic story all at once and, she finds, there’s others out there who read the same. You can check out Annette Snyder’s work here: http://annettesnyder.atspace.com You’ve got one more week to comment here to win Annette’s prize of a copy of one of her books in your choice of format. Also, stop here http://www.franorenstein.com/new-blog.html for another chance.
G. M. Barlean writes suspense with a Midwestern voice and creates characters the reader will feel could be anyone they know—a co-worker, an aunt, a neighbor...Visit Gina here gmbarlean.com
View Toni Sweeny, one time Nebraska resident, and her work: http://classactbooks.com/index.php/our-authors/manufacturers/toni-v-sweeney
Visit Mary E. Anderson’s website www.meanderson.com for more information.
James began writing The Swords of B'ajj: Truthseeker based on ideas he had as a young boy. He decided to write his ideas down and thus began the journey to share Visit Jim Buehler and see his work here: Amazon
Lucy Adkins grew up on a farm in central Nebraska, attended one room country schools, and when it was time for college, moved to Lincoln. As did Becky Breed, from Auburn in southeast Nebraska, where stars shine down like they are on fire! Check out their site www.writeincommunity.com, which provides weekly writing exercises as well as encouragement and inspiration for living the creative life. In honor of our farming origins and the writing community, subscribe at the web address above and send us an email referencing the “Writing in Community” contest. The first 15 new subscriptions, we will randomly select an individual to receive a free bag of popcorn and a copy of our book.
Erin Pearson has a great blog http://erinlpearson.tumblr.com and is an author having an incredibly romantic way of painting with words and is currently working on projects including children’s literature.
A list of Nebraska Authors is available here: http://mockingbird.creighton.edu/ncw/writers.htm
Or the Nebraska Writers Guild http://www.nebraskawriters.org
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