There’s another authors’ celebration afoot. After the fun times of International Authors’ Day, there’s now the Authors’ Blog Train, started by the amazing Ginger Gelsheimer of Book Review Depot and Authors’ Cave. Check out these two wonderful writers’ sites for this Grand Launch Festival the celebration with giveaways, scavenger hunts and contests. Be sure to enter the Giveaway below!
For this post, I’m celebrating three authors: Pam Funke, Claudette Alexander and Joe DeRouen.
Pam Funke is the proud grand-daughter of a pastor and has spent the majority of her life in the church. She loves serving God and living a Christian life. She is a Christian author who enjoys writing many different things. Her love of reading and writing led her to write for the enjoyment of others. Besides reading and writing, she enjoys photography, cooking, painting, drawing, scrap-booking and anything creative actually.
Pam Funke has written six books, including A Valley Experience and the Apocalypse series books. You can find out more about her and enter her giveaway to win a Kindle Fire by clicking here.
Claudette Alexander is obsessed with love and romance. As a teenager growing up in St.Lucia she was fascinated with the Mills and Boon series and always envisioned some Prince coming down some mountain to rescue her heart.
Her first novel SUNRISE FROM AN ICY HEART: A MEMOIR is about her transformational journey into womanhood, her relentless search to find a special kind of love, the joys and headaches of raising loving sons and her fight to remain among the land of the living.
In addition it envelopes all that is special about St. Lucia, its people, culture, and beauty. You can find out more by clicking here.
Joe DeRouen was born in Carthage, Illinois, and currently lives in Rogers, Arkansas with his artist wife Andee, their son Fletcher, and their cats Lucky, Milo, and Camptown. Joe is a freelance writer and a substitute teacher at Benton County School of the Arts. In addition to writing, he enjoys purchasing (and occasionally watching) copious amounts of Blu-Ray discs, listening to music, playing video games, and collecting Mego action figures from the 1970s. Small Things is his first novel. Threads, the sequel to Small Things and the second book in the trilogy, was published in October of 2013. You can write to Joe at Joe@JoeDeRouen.com or visit his website by clicking here.
Thanks Ginger for putting on this grand event!