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November 2020 Around the Web



It’s a short month and so are the blog offerings, but I hope you find something to enjoy.

Thanksgiving blessings to you and yours!


INSPIRATION:

When people in the future describe the year 2020, I believe one of the words they use will be “stressful.” But whatever goes on, good or bad, God wants us to be content in our circumstances. Read more on “Contentment Is an Invitation to Breathe” on the (in)courage blog.


READING:

Where does author Kim Vogel Sawyer find her characters? She tells all in “Imaginary Friends Put Into Books” on the Suite T blog.

Author Jaime Jo Wright reveals the story behind the setting of her book The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus in “Suspense Q&A: Jaime Jo Wright (The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus)” on the Family Fiction site.

All those wonderful books we read come from authors who are just like you. They deal with doubt and insecurity. Hallee Bridgeman explains what it means to her when readers are “Emailing Authors Encouragement” on the Inspy Romance blog.

WRITING:

Do you have a book launch team? Why or why not? Author Cynthia Herron describes her experience in “How Do Book Launch Teams Help Authors?” on the ACFW blog.

Including this post from the Writers in the Storm blog puts it a little late in the month, but there are still some important concepts in “4 Important Lessons For This Year’s Holiday Book Rush” by Justine Bylo from Ingram-Spark.

This month’s video comes from Facebook and historical romance author Jen Turano, because…well, she’s a hoot. (Do people say that anymore?) The giveaway she speaks of is over, but you’ll still find her book(s). 😉

Sandra Ardoin engages readers with stories of love and faith. She’s the author of heartwarming and award-winning historical romance. Visit her at www.sandraardoin.com. Subscribe to receive her updates and specials: http://eepurl.com/Xjqwr. Connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Pinterest, and BookBub.

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