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Regina Walker

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  1. Please message me and I can send the questions over!
  2. Message me and I will send the questions and we can revise the questions as necessary.
  3. They seem to run an average of 750 words. I have a set of questions that I'll email over when anyone emails me that they want to do the interview.
  4. Alright y'all. Just email me at reginawalkerauthor@gmail.com and I'll get you set up with an interview questions. Thank you!! @lynnmosher - I am working on balancing offering value and my asks for help. I've requested a lot of interviews and have things set up for a couple weeks, so I thought I'd spend a week scheduling interviews with other authors to help add value and make sure I'm helping my fellow authors. Thank you for the suggestion!
  5. Bookbub seems to be efficient if you recommend a few books and start getting a following and get people who have a following to read/review/recommend your book. I've gotten sales from people with followers recommending my book on Bookbub. I have not paid for any advertising on Bookbub as of now.
  6. Raffles are amazing. I am doing a blog tour with my debut novel and they set up Rafflecopter - it has really generated a lot of traffic for me!
  7. I write to obey the call the Lord placed on my life and to go all the places I imagine in my head, have all the jobs, and to have the chance to explore hard topics in fiction - where I and my readers can more easily learn and grow because we don't feel so called out.
  8. Hey! I write contemporary Christian fiction and I have a blog. I'm looking to feature 2 posts per week that are at least one author interview and either a guest post or another author interview. My blog is all about Christian living, life through a lens of faith, and Christian fiction. If you are interested, let me know!
  9. My husband would take that opportunity and I would die of embarrassment. LOL
  10. So funny. I love camping and tend to be the early riser. Let's get coffee and breakfast down the hatch and hike before it gets too hot. I do like a good fan when I'm camping. But we tent camp several times a year!
  11. I use Scrivener and love it. It functions a lot the way I was thinking and before it, I was using folders and individual documents to create a similar functionality. Scrivener is much easier for me to organize.
  12. I've been thinking of offering the free short story as a newsletter offer - sign up for my newsletter and receive this free. I haven't done it, so I can't speak to the success of it. Sounds like a good idea, though.
  13. @suspensewriter - will you post the link here or message it to me so I can share it on my social media? Do you mind if I post an excerpt + link on my own blog, as well?
  14. Where would you like me to send it? Goodreads is perfect! I appreciate the offer.
  15. Welcome! This has been an extraordinary place to connect. I'm new here and everyone has made me feel so welcome. I hope you can connect and feel the love, too!
  16. Warning: This book deals with loss by suicide and the grief a family endures. Life has been comfortable for the Miller family. Liz and Josh have devoted their lives to raising their two sons. Their oldest son, Colby, reached adulthood and set out on his own. A few hard knocks sent him back to live with Mom and Dad until life got to be too much, that is. As Liz and Josh grapple with the hole in their hearts left by Colby’s early departure from this world, they find themselves at odds with one another and with their faith. Will they remember that Jesus is enough in the middle of this dark
  17. I would really appreciate being on your blog. What do you need from me? Thank you so much!!
  18. Hello fellow writers! I am using BookSprouts to manage my ARCs and try to release with a few reviews under my belt. If you are looking for something to read, I'd love for you to consider my book, We Go On. https://booksprout.co/arc/37922/we-go-on If you use BookSprouts (or something similar - tell me what) I'd love to hear your thoughts and how well you thought it worked. Thank you! Regina Walker
  19. Everyone has been amazing and so welcoming. I am thankful. My book is a contemporary Christian fiction about a family that loses their oldest son to suicide and how they deal with the grief.
  20. Word sprints with a friend are my favorite way to dig in and really get my fingers moving!
  21. I use the NaNo site and during Camp NaNo, I created a Discord server. Having a small group of people to check in with, give word count/progress updates to, and participate in word sprints has been super helpful.
  22. Interesting. I was wondering if they were helpful to building back links and increasing website/blog traffic - more of an indirect marketing tool.
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